Steam Greenlight may be changing its name and direction soon but that doesn’t mean there aren’t great games still hoping to find a place in your Steam library. Looking to follow in the pixelated footsteps of Greenlight hits like River City Ransom Underground and Organ Trail: Director’s Cut, Sigi offers retro platforming gameplay with modern […]
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Electric town Akihabara; where your dreams become a reality. A place where fans can indulge in the fantasies of cosplay, maid cafes, technology, and video games. Whether it is from the Yodobashi located as you exit the train station, the main strip, or the back alleys filled with maids handing flyers, you’ll almost certainly find […]
MichaelBtheGameGenie is a YouTube vlogger who, as you might have sussed out from his name, enjoys playing and talking about video games among other things. On his most recent video, uploaded yesterday, he set out to revive a series made popular by edt1138, another video game vlogger, called “Top 3 Tuesday”, where one person makes […]
Yeah, let’s hear it for some good old-fashioned SPORTSBALL, beeyotch!! Look, you either love sports games, or you love to point out how much money EA makes repackaging and re-selling the same game (sometimes literally) to players year after year. I unabashedly fall into the latter category, not only because I can’t tell you the […]
What a year 2016 has been for new Amstrad CPC game releases. A poll being conducted on the Facebook group page Amstrad Classic Gaming and Demos provides an estimated figure that there has been a whopping 73 individual games created and developed for the Amstrad 8-bit computer this year. That’s finished games, game demos, unfinished […]
Konami has killed the Unreal Engine based fan remake. There is still hope though.
Special interview with the team behind Coffee Crisis, the new Sega Genesis brawler.
No matter how many unique weapons, complex objectives, intricate storylines, or virtual acres of free-roaming space are available in these new-fangled state-of-the-art console epics, sometimes you just need to take it back to the simplicity of old-school games.
Okay, for me, BOH is a choice title. I was there discussing the game with the author, Simone Bevilacqua, early on (I believe this was round update number two). Mr. Bevilacqua has been working hard to keep BOH interesting and fun for both hardcore and new fans of the game. The list of additions and […]
Video games have often taken themselves too seriously. Whether it was Mortal Kombat or giving shooting powers to a bird, videogames are often wild and wacky. Downright Bizarre Games by Michael Thomasson pulls together more than just the wild and wacky video games but so much more. Featuring over 220 pages of content this book […]
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