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Thimbleweek Park

Thimbleweed Park Coming to Android

Point and click adventure fans already know the name Thimbleweed Park quite well. If you don’t, then just how big a fan of the genre are you? For those that are reading this and are not fortunate enough to know that name, Thimbleweed Park is a point and click adventure throwback to the good old […]

Remembering the Old School Game Store

Retail locations are a dying breed. The cost of doing business with a brick and mortar location versus the return on sales is a hard-balancing act. I am sure most of the people reading this have thought at least once about starting their own old school game store but have failed to follow through for […]

A New ZX Spectrum Vega+ update, Sort Of

Starting a campaign update with an apology never bodes well for its backers and the latest update from Retro Computers is no exception.

Metroid Samus Returns Nintendo 3DS Amiibo

Nintendo Continues Down Slippery Slope of Paid DLC with Amiibo Connection

This is quite concerning news. Nintendo are apparently going to lock a game mode for the new upcoming Metroid: Samus Returns game behind another purchase. While this is making a lot of fans mad, surely Nintendo won’t leave it at this. They can’t. It is so unlike Nintendo to require fans to purchase a physical, […]

Rainbow Brite Journey to Rainbow Land

Rainbow Brite Journey to Rainbow Land Game Inbound

Rainbow Brite, owned by Hallmark Cards, is one of the rare 1980’s properties to not at least receive a “homage” game is about to receive her own full-blown title. Coleco have licensed the Rainbow Brite characters from Hallmark Cards with intent to create a new table top game. Back in the day, Coleco were known […]

Street Fighter IV: Champion Edition Released on iOS

Capcom have just released Street Fighter IV: Champion Edition for iOS platforms such as iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. The latest edition of the long running classic one-on-one fighter promises more options and updates to previously released editions. Fans of the franchise–which kicked off big time with the release of Street Fighter II in the […]

Total Recall NES

Five Gaming Licenses that Missed the Mark

Licensing is a staple of gaming. It has been since the Atari 2600 days. Licensing is going nowhere as companies realize they can halfheartedly work on a game, slap a license on it, and expect to at least make back their investment if not a tidy profit to boot. I have collected five licensed games […]

Tubocity Mixes Temple Run with Jetpack Joyride

Endless runner are a dime a dozen anymore on Google Play and the iTunes App Store. That is why it takes something unique to pique the interest of gamers today. Tubocity by Whitepot Studios may have just that something that fans of the genre have been looking for.

Crazy Taxi Gazillionaire

How the Greats Have Fallen – Crazy Taxi Gazillionaire on Android

Is it me or is Sega following in the footsteps of Konami lately? Konami made a Pachinko machine out of Castlevania awhile back. Now, Sega have taken Crazy Taxi and gone completely in a different direction than fans would probably have wanted. Yep, they took the core idea behind Crazy Taxi, making money, and pretty […]

Top 3 “Desert Island” Games (Top 3 Tuesday)

I have to say, when I saw MichaelB’s Top 3 Tuesday topic this week, I was confused. This appeared to be the one that broke him. I mean, really, top three games featuring desert islands? As if that wasn’t strange, the video’s thumbnail features Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out!! which, as far as I can tell, occurs somewhere […]


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