Category: Retro Gaming News
Carl HoughtonFeb 23, 2018
When every gamer was a pirate back in the late 90s, PC discs with a selection of 10 – 15 games were all the rage. Games were often missing things like cut-scenes...
Jonny LuptonFeb 22, 2018
Introduced in January 1982 by Commodore Business Machines, the Commodore 64 holds the title of best-selling single personal computer model of all time, partially owing...
Carl HoughtonFeb 22, 2018
'You can't judge a book by its cover' was never more apt than when this little fella entered the Sega Mega Drive arena; Ecco the Dolphin ladies and germs!
Jonny LuptonFeb 19, 2018
Competitive racing games with friends are amazing experiences that most every video gamer, fans of the genre or not, should have. Racing games by their very nature are...
Jonny LuptonFeb 15, 2018
Dexter's Laboratory: Robot Rampage is an example of some great, under-appreciated gameplay using some of the best stuff Cartoon Network has ever produced.
Jonny LuptonFeb 13, 2018
Sony’s first foray into the home console market burst onto the scene in 1994 and in doing so redefined our understanding of what a games console could do!
Jonny LuptonFeb 12, 2018
Taking place in 1976 New York City, Driver ‘76 is, at its core, a bit of a love story with typical Driver pseudo-mob action thrown in for good measure.
Carl HoughtonFeb 10, 2018
One of the best cartoons in history saw an equally entertaining release in 1994 for the Super Nintendo, The Adventures of Batman & Robin!