Carter is back and this time he gives us his top five, worst five and five most noteworthy games that he has reviewed in 2013!
The Commodore 64 Demo scene started in the 1980’s and is still going strong till this day. Programming groups Fairlight, TRIAD and Maniacs Of Noise give fine examples what awesome demo’s can look and sound like. Even when the Amiga came along a lot of the C64 demo programmer’s stuck by its side. Seeing RD […]
Carter returns with another review and this time he takes a look at the 3D fighter Criticom by Kronos Digital Entertainment on the Sega Saturn. Will this one turn out to be a hidden gem to rival the Virtua Fighter series….oh who are we kidding. It’s a pile of crap! Regardless, tune in and enjoy!
It’s episode 39 of the Retro Domination podcast! Tim makes his long awaited return and with the release of Microsoft’s Xbox One & Sony’s PS4, it’s only fitting that the guys go back and discuss both Sony and Microsoft’s first entries into the console market and the impact both systems had at the time along […]
Carter is back with another review and this time he takes a look at the Saturn port of Capcom’s Marvel Super Heroes. Is it good enough to make his spider senses tingle or is it just cause for HULK SMASH!! Tune in and find out!
In a world first, Carter from Carters Retro Reviews has teamed up with Vãmpyre Mike from SegaCDUniverse.com to perform a joint review of Three Dirty Dwarves on the Sega Saturn. Will they agree? Disagree? Agree to disagree? And will we go an entire video without hearing the word “vagina”? Tune in and find out!
It’s the season 2 premiere for Arcade Impossible and Gregg and Mike are back for episode 11. This time, they make the journey to pick up a semi rare Nintendo cabinet. Check it out!
The guys are back for episode 38 of the Retro Domination podcast. In this week’s show, the guys are once again joined by Alex from Australian Retro Gamer and they sit down to discuss some of their favourite releases from Sega’s 16 bit champion, the Mega Drive (or Genesis for our American listeners)! Daz and […]
Space. The final frontier. Also home to a bunch of horrible monsters, hell bent on conquering us apparently. I remember playing this in the arcades when I was pretty young, and while it disturbed me at the time, it was also exciting. The cabinet was pretty big and the artwork and attract mode instantly drew you in. Blood! Guts! […]
The Retro Games Room – that final bastion of hope, light and pixelated gaming. James Matson runs you through some tips and tricks to make sure your games room has all the spit and polish of a Psygnosis game release.
Over this past weekend, some of the world’s very best competitive Donkey Kong players converged on The 1Up in Denver, Colorado to take part in the annual Kong Off for three days of furious competition to crown the new king of Donkey Kong! But as they say in Highlander, “there can be only one”, and […]
You will be surprised how this review ends. I can tell you how it won’t end: abruptly. Or maybe all my reviews were in the mind of an autistic kid. Or perhaps after 10 family-friendly seasons I decide to blow the whole town up in a very unsatisfying ending. Or I wake up and find […]
In this video, Tim decides to decides to spend the day cleaning the gamesroom, only to be distracted by a Super Gameboy and a chilled bottle of beer. I mean, its either sorting and stacking carts in order…or…beer and gaming…obviously he went for the latter! Enjoy.
Air world 2. This level of the air world has removed the horrible death pits that plagued the first and replaced them with one of the most labyrinthian level designs ever devised (this is a common complaint of the game). The objective of this level is another mace swinging purple demon (though this time garbed […]
James Matson – an unashamed member of team “Wiebe” – takes a look back at the history of the Twin Galaxies phenomenon and forwards to the almighty Kong Off 3.