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Bubble Bobble: Review!

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Hey guys! How are you all? I hope you are all doing great. Well, for today, I bring you a review about what was, probably, the first retro game I ever played. I hope you enjoy it! Well… What to say about Bubble Bobble? First released in 1986 by Taito, it is an action platformer. […]

A Look Back – MediEvil

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When it comes to original PlayStation games, titans such as Crash Bandicoot and Spyro are usually the first to appear, drifting out of the fog of memory. Others fell to the wayside or were overshadowed by giants; of the latter the late Sir Daniel Fortesque comes to mind and several forays into a dark yet […]

Bonds shared with the Virtual World Pt.2

There is a part one for this article! Seriously though, if you haven’t read it you should read the first part. While, the video presented in the first part of this article shed some light on the characters that we love and cherish for being who they are. Fleshed out individuals with goals and dreams, […]

5 Reasons why Super Mario Sunshine Rocks

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Last time we covered the 5 reasons why Super Mario Sunshine was awful. But, it would be unfair if we took a dump on Super Mario Sunshine without singing its praises. The fact is SMS was a hit with players for good reasons. Super Mario Sunshine was definitely cutting edge for its time and we’re […]

Review – Sky Force Reloaded Android Overhead Scrolling Shooter

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What do you do when you are sitting on one of the most iconic overhead scrolling shooting games?  Why, you continue the lineage with a sequel that gives more of what brought fans in the first place.  I reviewed Sky Force 2014 awhile back and felt it was one of the leading titles in the […]

Review – Air Attack 2 Overhead Shooter Android iPhone

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Classic genres such as overhead shooters have been finding a new home in the mobile world.  That is great for fans that just want to see more overhead shooters.  Many of these newer games are not my cup of tea though- they are of the “bullet hell” style which I can honestly do without.  I […]

Review- Ninja Savior Brings Mobile Jumping Game to MSX Computer

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There is a trend in homebrew development that involves taking modern ideas and making games for classic platforms.  We have seen this most prominently with Bejeweled style games being released on Game Boy Advance and other platforms.  With Ninja Savior we see another mobile game style being released for a classic platform.  The MSX computer […]

Review- Galactic Nemesis on Android, ZTE Maven

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Overhead scrolling shooters are a staple of gaming.  They have been around since the early days with Space War on up to modern interpretations on mobile devices.  We have seen new renditions on the idea with titles like Mig 2D and even reboots like Sky Force 2014.  We have seen the classics revived with Raiden […]

Review – Touchdown USA for Amstrad CPC

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So you want to be an American Football manager, you want to take your team to the ultimate glory, with Touchdown USA gridiron management simulator, you can take your team all the way to the Superbowl.  Choose one of 5 difficulty levels from beginner to expert.  Select a famous American Football team from two groups […]

Review- Kat Trap: Planet of the Cat-Men for the Amstrad CPC

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June, 1986.  Popular United Kingdom, Spectrum computing magazine, “Crash”, issue 29, in conjunction with software house, Domark and programming team ‘Design Design’, decided to run a nationwide video game idea competition called ‘Genesis: Birth of a game’. The winning entry would receive 1000 pounds prize money, plus a 10 % royalty of games sold, a trip […]


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