Ex-Official Nintendo Magazine editor Chris Scullion has done an amazing job cataloguing every NES game.
I wrote a feature for Retro Gamer about the Casio Loopy, an utterly fascinating Japan-only 1990s console that was aimed solely at girls.
And from TV programmes, too, not to mention a sort of proto-Internet run by the Post Office. The 80s were crazy times. I wrote about it all in a feature for Wireframe magazine.
The N64 game, despite its crude polygons, holds up surprisingly well in this Switch port from Nightdive Studios.
Hmmm, interesting list.
What games would you feature on the newly announced PlayStation Classic? I’ve picked out 15 PS1 games that I’d revive in a heartbeat.
I wrote a feature for Eurogamer on the Casio Loopy – a console for girls with a built-in sticker printer.
In the early 1990s, BattleTech Centers – later redubbed Virtual Worlds – featured fully enclosed mech cockpits that put pilots into 3D deathmatches against players across the world.
A bizarre action-adventure title from the ancient past, with a surprisingly small amount of shooting and an even more surprising amount of lite-RPG elements
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For some reason I never got around to Blood 2 back in the day, or any day since. Perhaps its bad … More
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