The first Wizardry title on the Game Boy has already been translated and now the second title in this series has made the leap across languages thanks to fans. In Japan this title is called Wizardry Gaiden 2 – Kodai Koutei no Nor for anyone interested in following the naming scheme on both sides of […]
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Flappy Bird was recently able to shoot to extremes of popularity and at its height, was removed from digital stores. With the removal of this simple, yet incredibly addictive to some, game we have seen a lot of copycats popup. One such similar title is Flappo Bird for the Atari 2600.
As reported earlier, R-Type II was heading to Android soon. Soon turned out to be today. This port features all of the challenge of the arcade original coupled with many extras for today’s gamer.
Game hacks are fun and entertaining. Game hacks exist in many different variations though this one is a port, the more interesting of the variations. While the original Game Boy Adventures of Lolo was slow and, honestly, not that great looking, it was still a good game. Thanks to talented hackers, gamers can now enjoy […]
Sega kind of dropped the ball with their Genesis back in the day, quickly abandoning the system for the ill-fated 32X (fo a short time this WAS their focus) and then the rushed release of the Saturn. While Nintendo was supporting the SNES with stuff like Donkey Kong Country 3 and Yoshi’s Island, Sega was […]
Alone in the Dark was one of those titles that had to be seen to be believed, and many that saw it, bought it. The game was just so different versus what was available at the time. For the first time, it was actually like walking around a deserted mansion fending off unspeakable horrors that […]
Believe it or not, back in the day arcades were a big thing. For years, it was generally held that if you wanted that arcade experienece at home you got a NES. That was till Sega released the Sega Genesis in North America along with a slew of arcade titles that were closer to the […]
While the Super Nintendo got a version of Wolfenstein 3D a couple of decades ago, we are finally seeing work commence on a Sega Genesis version. Back in the day this title was believed to be impossible by many developers. The indie programming community is proving that belief wrong.
The Atari Lynx was one of the systems to die at the feet of the venerable Nintendo Game Boy (as chronicled here). The Lynx was released during a time that Atari was coming off the slow demise of the Atari 7800 (another system they handled extremely badly). This should have left Atari open to focus […]
Silent Hill is one of those titles that became popular with the advent of the PSOne and was not available on anything prior to that console. Till now. Silent Hill was a gamble of sorts for Konami as everyone back then were trying new things with the 32-Bit system rathe than giving players more of […]
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