In the begining of the video game age you had games like Pac-Man, Space Invaders, Defender and many others. Many smaller game developlers released copies or clones as we call them of the popular games that were out at the time. Like Pac-Muncher(Pac-Man), Empire Strikes Back on the Atari 2600(Defender) and Arkanoid(Breakout). Are they better […]
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!
Early this month we had the chance to ask our good friend Dave Danzara a few questions regarding the upcoming release of “The Video Craze”, a movie that is based on the 1980’s video game scene and the pop culture that was spawned from the classic era.
In this review, we take a deep look into my emotions for better or for worse and we see what really makes up the sort of audience that would play a game like this.
The guys are back with another podcast and this time they unsheathe their adamantium claws, don their utility belts and web swing their way through an episode filled with superhero goodness as they cover some of their favorite superhero & comic book inspired video games, movies & cartoons! They also delve into some of their […]
New to the Retro Domination Team is the magnificent Retro Carter. Check out his Sega Master System review of Wonderboy. Carter gets naked and talks about why personal trainers are really better than the rest of us. Oh, and there’s something in there about the game too.
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 […]
In todays episode, were are joined by Video Game Royalty, in the form of Twin Galaxies founder, Mr Walter Day.
Suz E.Q is back with a colourful classic! Following their hugely successful Arcade game that any 80’s kid would be hard-pressed to not know from just the music alone, Taito released the first sequel to ‘Bubble Bobble’ in 1987 – ‘Rainbow Islands: The Story of Bubble Bobble 2.
What have the Arcade Impossible Crew been up too?
If Capcom’s announcement of DuckTales Remastered at PAX East wasn’t enough to get retro gamers excited, they have also let slip that gamers will soon be able to relive two of their classic arcade beat ’em ups, Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom & Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara, as a double pack digital […]
In this continuation of Episode 7, Gregg and Mike S work on restoring Gregg’s newly acquired Centipede cabinet. Watch as they don their matching Centipede Infestation headbands and time lapse their way through the entire restoration project, fixing everything from the coin mechanism, to the less than responsive trackball and all the way to the […]
Sure, retro gamers would love nothing more than to fill their house – from Kitchen to bedroom – with arcade machines for constant gaming bliss. The unfortunate fact is that we’re often left without the room, the cash or the willing housemates to let a dream like that live.
Fans of Capcom’s arcade franchises such as Ghosts ‘n Goblins, Commando & 1942 better get their wallets ready, as Capcom has just announced that they will be bringing over 15 of their classic titles to both Xbox Live & the Playstation Network in a program they are calling the ‘Capcom Arcade Cabinet’.
In this very quick episode, Gregg and friends get a steal on what was previously a dead deal. Over the next few weeks several videos will be released (working onthem now), so get ready for a new segment, MAGFest 2013, and Episode 8…