Emotions, expression, and deep thoughts are concepts often invoked by games. Similar notions can be obtained from art such as paintings, films, and sculptures. But are games truly an art? The Internet has been set on fire with this argument with sides arguing for both reasons why videogames are, or are not, considered as such […]
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Let’s face it, people buy Nintendo consoles for their first-party titles. Having a large library of characters to choose from and a very creative team of developers plus access to all of the hidden abilities of their consoles, it’s no surprise that Nintendo games often (though not always) turn out great. In the meantime, though, […]
A troubled production and problems during release ensured we would not see this game in the U.S. until 2016. A game where you can have the potential to raise a godly or demonic child, it was fully translated when it was axed. But what exactly makes Princess Maker 2 so unique? What is it about […]
We have seen plenty of games appear on the popular crowdfunding website Kickstarter for various videogame projects over the years, but not many with various different platforms planned. Escape 2042: The Truth Defenders, a brand new 2D platform game from OrionSoft, is being developed for four different platforms: Mega Drive/Genesis, Dreamcast, Game Boy, and Windows.
The weekend is a time to wind down. A time to reflect on all the happenings in the retrogaming scene. At time to revisit the week’s main news, previews, reviews, retrospectives, and updates. This week, we looked at news on an upcoming one-on-one Super Nintendo fighting game, a 3D printer Zelda map, checked out Super […]
Originally released in 1995 for the PC, Full Throttle became one of LucasArts’ most fondly remembered adventure games, ranking alongside stable-mates such as The Day of the Tentacle and Grim Fandango. So it is fitting that, just like those two latter games, Full Throttle will be getting the remaster treatment. Taking on that remastering task […]
We sit down with Marian Cerman, creator of A Little Less Desperation, and discuss his game, Kickstarter and more in this interview.
There are new ways to enjoy classic retro games coming along every day. What are your favorite ways to enjoy the bygone days of gaming?
This is a preview of a Kickstarter game called A Little Less Desperation. Why am I previewing a game on the popular crowdfunding service? Because there is a demo available – yeah, imagine that. Anyhow, Kickstarter campaign manager Marian Cerman and the team behind A Little Less Desperation certainly have done their homework. There are […]
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