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
Symphony of the Night is not just hands-down the greatest Castlevania game of all time, but I also consider it one … More
I have a confession to make. I’ve never played Night Trap before! It sure seems like something I’d have played, … More
Well this is a lovely thing. Bundled with the latest issue of Retro Gamer is a 52-page, one-off issue of … More
If you’re anything like me and haven’t touched a Sonic game since the Sega Genesis days, then Sonic Mania and its … More
Monster Bash was one of those early 90’s games by Apogee, former king of weird PC platformers and shoot-em-ups. I think this … More
Super Castlevania IV finally brought Castlevania to the 16-bit world and did quite a fine job of it. Konami really went all out with this … More
At the end of the DF Retro video about the upcoming SNES mini, they discuss some of the games that … More
We return to the wild world of Castlevania with The Castlevania Adventure and its sequel Belmont’s Revenge, both for the Game Boy. The … More
For some reason I never got around to Blood 2 back in the day, or any day since. Perhaps its bad … More
Speaking of nineties shooters, how about Blood? Published by 3D Realms and developed by gaming legends Monolith Productions, Blood answers the question that no one … More
Welcome to You like Castlevania, don’t you?, my sort-of-answer-to The Year of Zelda. I’ll be playing every game in the series … More
A while back, I set myself the goal of finishing all of the Zelda games I’ve yet to play before … More
Like pretty much everyone else in the gaming world, I’m very excited for the release of The Legend of Zelda: … More
Nintendo’s Virtual Console policy continues to frustrate me. Certain titles are exclusive to the Wii U or 3DS, which makes … More
It turns out quite a few people do, judging by the comments on the story I wrote for Kotaku UK: … More
I’ve played Flow and Flower before – two of Thatgamecompany’s earlier games, both imbued with an ethereal feel and gameplay … More