In the world of independent homebrew releases we are usually inundated with certain styles. Mostly puzzle games on computers and somewhat decent platform games on console. There have been some standouts on each platform in many areas. I have to point out Griff the Winged Lion as one that is an amazing standout- same for […]
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With each year passing, video games become more and more expensive. What’s worse is that instead of selling them as a whole package, video game publishers sell them in different smaller packages trying to make a profit and bleed the players’ wallets.
As far as I know, there is one genre that Capcom never took their popular Street Fighter II series of games – kart racing. They have been involved in puzzle games, fighting games of course, and even a crappy live action movie and plenty of anime stuff. Not kart racing for some reason though. Thanks […]
In my previous article on this situation I brought up concerns that I gained after inquiring on the legal situation of Socks the Cat Rocks the Hill for the Super Nintendo. This unreleased game has just surfaced on Kickstarter under the “Second Dimension” account so I contacted them late last week to inquire on the […]
Throughout the decades we have seen some incredible casino games, and here are the best retro casino games that we played as kids.
First of all, I am a big fan of rescueware- the process of taking an old abandoned game, getting the rights to it and either finishing it or fixing it and then releasing it for fans to enjoy. When I first heard about someone apparently launching a Kickstarter campaign to release Socks the Cat on […]
The Sega CD was one of those expensive add-ons that were popular in the late 80’s and early 90’s. This add-on brought cutting edge CD technology to the Sega Genesis fans and then hampered it with 64 colors on screen at any given time (but it added rotation and scaling capabilities that the Super Nintendo […]
The Nintendo Entertainment System was known for a lot of things- one of which was the light gun zapper. The game that really showed the interaction of the zapper was Duck Hunt which featured a couple of different game modes. The game mode most gamers probably remember is the one the game is named after, […]
Full Motion Video (FMV) games were quite new when the Sega CD was released. At least as far as mainstream gaming goes because Sewer Shark and Night Trap are both about half a decade old upon their release in 1992 on the newly released Sega CD add-on. Sega knew they had to get unique games […]
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