As you may be aware, I am a keen enthusiast when it comes to adventure games, in particular point and click, I grew up on games such as LucasArts Monkey Island, Sierra’s Police Quest and Revolution’s Broken Sword. When I first found out about an additional Broken Sword being in the works via a Kickstarter […]
Not everybody grew up with gaming consoles as parents bought computers for their kids to be used for school, but many back in the day used it for gaming. People seem to forget the great games of yesteryear especially on vintage computers. No Sega or Nintendo consoles here, Retro Domination will present you a few gems […]
The team at Retro Domination love all sorts of genres in gaming, however some of the hidden gems are hiding in sports titles. Daz and Matt Cawley uncover their favourite games in what is typically an overlooked genre in retro gaming. Daz When playing retro games I’m usually shooting at spacecraft in games like Bio […]
What would you expect from a creative genius such as Jon Hare? If you are unfamiliar with the name, cast your mind back 20 plus years to the dawn of the Commodore 64 and Amiga 500. Co-founder of the highly successful Sensible Software, with award winning games such as Sensible Soccer, Cannon Fodder and Mega […]
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! […]
Hewson, one of the pioneering game developing companies from the 80’s boasted a large range of quality titles. Here we will show you some games that stood out and ones we spent hours playing as a child (still do now as a adult). Thanks to Andrew & Rob Hewson, we look at their new book […]
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 […]
Here we are once again not only are we joined by the guy’s from Retrospekt.com David and Paul but also with Guy “Yug” Bloomberg as we talk about the up and coming PAXAU expo in Melbourne. As always talk of all things retro and Yug and the boy’s talk about all the happenings at PAX. […]
Power on, eject, disc in tray, close and load. No more floppy disks, no more save-file corruption, no more dirty tricks. Just my Playstation and me. The music begins. Revolution Software presents – Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars. Oh George!
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.
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.
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!
This episode, we tone the guests down and spend a little time with just us!
Suz E.Q is back and she’s gonna take you on a ride!!!!! DOS. Say that to anyone under the age of 18 these days and they’ll stare at you blankly with their Xbox 360 controller flashing in their hand like you ‘re speaking another language. Well yeah, kinda. Even back in the 80’s and early […]
What? No hammer throwing, skateboards or fruit that give you energy? Nah! This is a Wonderboy game with a difference, and an excellent one at that! Developed by Westone and published by Sega, read on and see what Daz thinks about one of Sega’s crowning moments.