Who reading this has never played with a LEGO set? No matter your age, you have probably played with a LEGO set, either one for yourself or while playing with your children, odds are Lego has been in your life at some point. I personally remember the late 80’s and searching out yard sales, and […]
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For most adventure game fans will know the name of this LucasArts classic. Unofficially titled Maniac Mansion II, Day of the Tentacle was more of the original but with a much more focused storyline. The original featured your choice of several characters, each bringing different abilities and their own twists to the storyline. Day of […]
Run and gun games really became a staple in gaming with the Nintendo Entertainment System and a little title named Contra. The Commodore 64 was not exactly overflowing with them but there were a few arcade ports (even a Contra game or two amongst them) that featured this style of gameplay. Powerglove, a new homebrew […]
The headline is not misleading in any way. A modder by the name of “DooMero” has used the Doom engine, specifically the GZDooM hack, to recreate Donkey Kong Country in a 2.5D side scrolling platformer. The results are quite interesting to say the least.
We recently covered the Sega Dreamcast hard drive modification (here) but today, we are reporting on a new mass storage option. The Sega Dreamcast is getting a USB mass storage option that replaces the GD-ROM drive altogether. Since this is an USB option you are not limited to the size of SD cards (about 128 […]
Okay, we missed the 25th anniversary here in North America (it was yesterday) but OverClocked Remix didn’t miss that milestone anniversary. OverClocked Remix is not a new team to the world, they started in 1999, 15 years ago, and have created many great gaming related albums over those years.
Anyone that has done any real amount of research into the early days of gaming will, at least, have heard something about a game called Death Race. Death Race was very controversial back in the late 70’s. Exidy only created 500, or so, cabinets which makes the arcade unit quite a collector’s item.
We have seen Doom ported to all kinds of platforms over the years, everything from the ZX Spectrum and Commodore VIC-20 to digital cameras and the Microsoft Zune. Now, Youtuber “Aussie50” has added an Automatic Teller Machine (ATM) to the list.
NES Remix hit last December and NES Remix 2 hit this last April (Japan), both for the Nintendo Wii U. Both were digital only releases and apparently, there has been enough demand and chatter that reached the ears at Nintendo about this. Nintendo of America has just announced both will be coming to their Wii […]
It sucks big time when parents pass away. It is life but it sucks, nonetheless. One teenager has found a way to relive his glory days of playing the original Xbox with his father’s ghost in Rally Sports Challenge.
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