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If you like perspective-type art, just like Escher paintings, and beautiful music then you can’t miss either this review or game.
Playstation Doused with Blood by Castlevania Symphony of the Night – Today in Retro Gaming – October 2nd, 1997
Picking right up where Castlevania Rondo of Blood left off, Castlevania Symphony of the Night was a seminal release for many fans of the franchise. This was Konami doing what Konami excelled at- 2D side scrolling action. The difference here was that while there was a lot of action, probably more than any other Castlevania […]
Retro City Rampage is one of those modern games that attempts to rip off the classic “retro” look. It is intentionally developed using minimalistic graphics and sound/music. A lot of developers feel this is the route to take to make their game stand out. Unfortunately, a lot of developers are forgetting to make their games […]
The Sony Playstation Portable, a hand held that was held back for many reasons. Some people feel it was piracy, others feel it was a lack of quality games. Then there are people that feel it was a “failure” because of lack of direction (Internet, music, games, movies, pictures, etc). Whatever the reason, a lot […]
Dariusburst was previously available on Playstation Portable (exclusive to Japan) and now, thanks to Taito, it is available on Android and iPhone. For those of you reading this that have never played a Darius game, aka Sagaia, you are in for a treat if you like a challenge. If not well, um, play something else. […]
Here’s a new twist for this column. Instead of looking at a game that takes its inspiration from a comic, film, television show, cartoon, or book, today I’m going to look at a series which licenses its game play from the best source on Earth: real life. In this case, miles and miles of railroad […]
Okay, it is pretty clear that Capcom are transitioning down with their new IPs and rebooting of classic titles. That is bad news for everyone but Street Fighter fans, which apparently writes checks in its sleep. Well, there is a dedicated group of fans that are not content with letting Capcom’s blue bomber sit idly […]
The launch of the Turbo Grafx-16 was the first, and only, foray into the North American gaming market for NEC (for more information on this see our historical look back here). NEC were pulling out all of the stops, at least as many as they could with their libary of launch titles. To say NEC […]
When I first started playing Cave Story on PSP, I didn’t “get it”, I thought it was rediculous- pushing DOWN to enter doors, really? Then after I got over my problems with a few design choices like that, I became the recipient of what I have come to call my latest digital addiction. Playing into […]
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