Posts Tagged ‘sony’

Quantum Rush Champions Kickstarter Wipeout

Kickstarter: Quantum Rush- Champions Looks to Recreate that WipeOut Experience

Wipeout, and some of the sequels, were quite the experience in gaming. When the original hit the Playstation, that made a lot of fans look at Sega in a “what do you have” light and when nothing comparable appeared, those fans went with Sony in large chunks. Psygnosis were just too far ahead of the […]

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Review: Cave Story for Sony PSP

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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Today in Gaming History – Devil Dice (PS1)

Puzzle gamers are a unique breed among the diversity that makes up the general population. When they find a game that appeals to them, the rest of the world might just as well fade to nothingness as they struggle to make that particular game their bitch. Good puzzle games which aren’t just clones of the […]

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Review: Lode Runner X on Android

Bandit Gaming is a term we use to describe games that are not endorsed by the publisher in some form.  This could be a port to a new platform, add-ons etc.  Basically, games featured under this banner are unofficial in some manner, for instance here, Lode Runner X is not officially supported on the JXD […]

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Today in Retro Gaming – Vigilante 8 (PS1)

The first two Twisted Metal games are freaking awesome.  The third and fourth…well, the less said about those the better.  So with the reigning champion of car combat sitting at home, drinking itself into a stupor and reminiscing about the good old days, where was a gamer to turn for a nice, healthy dose of […]

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Location: New Gaming Bar to Open in Sydney Australia Later this Year

Most gamers remember the good old arcades, whether Aladdin’s Castle or some local pizza parlor that had some arcade games in a small room. If you don’t remember those times, well, you are probably too young for this article as Sydney Australia is getting a gaming bar. Yes, you will soon be able to go […]

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Puzznic Puzzles Playstation Gamers: Today in History- May 12th, 2003

Puzznic is one of those titles that got around to a ton of platforms but no one realized it. Seriously, this game has officially hit the Sharp X68000 (see issue #2 of RGM for more on this computer), Game Boy, Nintendo NES, PC-Engine, Commodore Amiga, Atari ST, Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, MS-DOS, Playstion One and […]

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New Game: R.B.I. Baseball 14 Returns

R.B.I. Baseball, the Tengen classic digital version of America’s favorite past time, has returned to gaming after a two decade plus hiatus. Hitting Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Android and iOS (no word on a Windows Phone or PC version) R.B.I. Baseball 14 is designed to be a fast playing game, not so much a number […]

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Retro Gaming Magazine Issue #2 Released

It is a little over a week late but here is the second issue of Retro Gaming Magazine.  This issue features the debut of the “Game Hacks” column, the return of the “Post Mortem” column and an exclusive interview with Artemio Urbina of Junker HQ (hint, if you are playing Policenauts in English, it is […]

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Magician Lord Brings Adventure Gaming to the Neo Geo: Today in History- April 26th, 1990

The Neo Geo had a bright future early on before SNK hit fighting game gold with certain games. Titles such as Nam 1975, Baseball Stars and Neo Turf Masters led gamers to believe the Neo Geo was going to be everything to all gamers. Everyone knows that didn’t pan out and fighting games ruled the […]


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