Firstly, the arduous task of recreating a classic game to win over a modern audience is no easy feat, with everybody consumed with MMORPGS, first person shooters and sports sims which involve a massive online community, older single player games can find it hard to stand out amongst the current gaming leaders. But it’s with […]
Are you over using your fingers and touch screen on your Tablet or Phone when playing games? Well I was lucky enough to try out the ipega PG-9017 sent by the lovely lads at www.MobileZap.com.au Let’s have a look at what it has to offer.
By remaining very still, quiet and holding out a half eaten Curly Wurly, James Matson coaxes some of the lesser known Amiga platform games out from hiding.
Today Tim looks at the great Ninja shootery, thingy, series on the Arcade, SG1000 and Master System. Its a solid series with gameplay akin to Commando or Ikari warriors, but alot more frenetic and damn hard….oh and it has Ninjas, so its automatically awesome!
The man, the myth, the legend is back. We’re talking about non other than Mike “NESquester” Wright and this he sheds his beloved NES, picks up his trusty whip and gets ready to take on yet another side quest, this time in the form of Vampire Killer on the MSX2!
I thought I would finally review and show my Data East Star Wars Pinball Machine, released in 1992 and the best in my opinion. Hope you guys enjoy.
Karate come from China, sixteenth century, called te, “hand.” Hundred year later, Miyagi ancestor bring to Okinawa, call *kara*-te, “empty hand.” Many year after that James Matson bring review of Budokan for Amiga. All Village rejoice.
What would you get if you crossed Game of Thrones with The Simpsons? James Matson has no freaking idea, but reckons Mega-Lo-Mania comes awfully close
James Matson is out there. He can’t be bargained with. He can’t be reasoned with. He doesn’t feel pity, or remorse, or fear. He does however enjoy a jolly good write up of retro Terminator games….
Seemingly unable to count up to 50 shades of grey, James Matson seems content to settle for 4 shades instead.
The Video Craze (Vector Invader Productions) was born in 2011 when Dave Danzara started to film arcade collections and gaming meet up’s. Footage became plentiful so he called on (assistant director) Natalie Rossetti and (second assistant director) Scott Zeiser to put it all together. The end result is, in Dave’s own words, “a documentary that […]
Doc, I’m back, from the future! Now where did I finish up? I know, I’ll just load up a save file and begin where I left off… Oh FFS sake! The save file is corrupted. Well at this point it’s time to load up a new set of games: Roger Will Comply!
James Matson asks the question – if you can’t be a hedgehog or a plumber, what will you be? The answer seems obvious; a Ninja from the Nth dimension. We can’t all be Sonic or Mario. The Sega mascot was (and still is) responsible for some of the finest moments of gaming, while Nintendo’s undisputed […]
It was the late 80’s and a truly awesome time to be a gamer with many gaming systems readily available for play from the comfort of your own beanbag. Sure, mention early consoles – and even platform games – and most will recall the likes of those pixelated, cap-wearing, moustache-faced plumbers looking for the princess […]
Released in 1987 for the Commodore 64/Apple II, then a few months later for the home computer (DOS), followed by Amiga and the Atari ST, and ported to the Nintendo Entertainment System in the early 90’s; Maniac Mansion was designed BY puzzle adventure game fans FOR puzzle adventure game fans. Lucasfilm’s first graphic adventure launched […]