Today in retro gaming, we acknowledge the release of Kronos Digital’s not-so-gripping fighting game of not-so-epic proportions with an ad more exciting than the game it advertises. How does this sort of thing keep happening?
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Aliens, Buxom Women, Fisticuffs, Round One with Criticom on Playstation: Today in History- November 29th, 1996
We have recently covered similar SD card adapters for other platforms so it is only fitting to cover the Playstation version that is currently in the works by the talented team behind the “PSIO”. PSIO stands for Playstation Input/Output for those that don’t know and it could be out by the end of the year.
Licensing a celebrity, sports star, company and others are nothing new in gaming. I have seen many liceneses in gaming over the years. Movie stars, movies themselves, even commercials have made the jump to become a license for a game many times over. Most notably, licensing occurs in sports with each new iteration of whatever […]
Maybe you were one of those slow adopters. You weren’t about to throw money at whomever released their 32-bit system first. You weren’t some die-hard Nintendo fanboy, you didn’t crap yourself with joy when Sega’s Saturn arrived on store shelves four months early, and you weren’t about to give that Sony upstart the time of […]
Pier Solar getting an HD update is nothing new, we reported on it way back in January. What is special is that Watermelon, the development team have just released their official trailer for the Pier Solar HD remake. Also, some platforms have received a release date. Check it out after the jump.
Sonic Goes 3D and Escorts the Dreamcast to Gamers in Sonic Adventure – Today in History – September 9th, 1999
Sonic is quite an enigma as far as company/console mascots go. Starting life on the Sega Genesis and hitting every Sega console ever released with at least one game, Sonic only lead one console at launch- the Sega Dreamcast. Sonic Adventure was also a unique title in the Sonic series since it wa the first […]
My normal philosophy with this column is to introduce readers to lesser-known games, and maybe help them crack a smile or two in the process, but with its 16th anniversary looming on September 9th and the realization that it fit the parameters for this column, my course was set. We’ll return to our regularly-scheduled programming […]
Spot Goes to Hollywood was the sequel to the side scrolling action platform title that hit the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis consoles. Spot Goes to Hollywood was scheduled to hit the Super Nintendo and the Sega 32X alongside the Sega Saturn and Sony Playstation versions but well, thanks to the release of the 32-Bit […]
Nibbler is, at its base, a Snake style game. For those not familiar with Snake games, the idea is pretty simple yet challenging and can be addictive. As you move your snake around the level, he will eat fruits and such, with each piece eaten, your snake will grow (usually one new link/section). The challenge […]
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