Carter is back yet again and this time he takes a look at the Japan only release (which also has an odd Aussie connection) of Death Throttle on the Sega Saturn! Is it worth your hard earned cash or should it be avoided like the plague? Tune in and find out!
Not a day goes by without there being a report of yet another developer turning to crowd funding sites like Kickstarter to help try and get the funding for their projects that they so desperately need. However it’s not every day that the developer in question happens to be Keiji Inafune, the illustrator and co-designer […]
Carter is back again and get’s all heavy metal like while he takes a look at Chain Reaction (aka Magical Drop) on the Sega Saturn. Will he be reduced to tears, more tears and even more tears? Tune in to find out!
Carter returns once again and this time he takes a look at BreakThru!, a puzzler for the Sega Saturn. Does this casual puzzle game have what it takes to have the last appeal of games like Tetris, Puzzle Bobble or Baku Baku, or will it fade into obscurity like so many others? Tune in to […]
James Matson spots a beautiful woman from across the room and gets totally miffed that she’s blocking his view of the even more beautiful Sega MegaCD behind her.
Carter is back yet again and this time he takes a look at Tecmo’s answer to the Virtua Fighter franchine: Dead or Alive on the Saturn! Is this a superficial piece of garbage, or is there is a gem hidden within all of that T&A? Tune in and find out!
Carter is back and this time he takes a look at Panzer Dragoon on the Saturn! As from the man himself: “In this review, I make the comparison between Ferrari and a rock. Which I find to be an apt metaphor with what we’re dealing with here.” Right on!
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 […]
Charge up your Mega Busters and get ready to blast through the latest episode of the Retro Domination podcast, as this week the team is joined by one half of the Happy Console Gamer YouTube show & life long Mega Man devotee, we’re of course talking about non other than Rob Man! Some of the […]
Tim has a look at Nintendo’s industry saving beauty, the Nintendo Family Computer or Famicom for short. He also checks out some of its accessories in- -ROB the Robot -The Power Glove -Network Adaptor As well a look at some gameplay.
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.
James Matson discovers that NTSC isn’t – in fact – a dirty word. Well actually it’s not a word at all, it’s an acronym but that’s entirely beside the point.
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.
Tim has a look at Segas’ 3rd entry into the console market, the sleek white Sega Mark 3.
There is nothing more satisfying than when a plan comes together. Four Retro Sites, one Arcade Site, twenty-four consoles, and literally thousands of people. What does that sum up to? A very special and exciting time at the Classic Console Area at PAX AU 2013.