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Atari Pong Mini Arcade (with 12 games) Official Trailer

Watch the official trailer for the new Atari Pong Mini Arcade (with 12 games) now!

Why I Love: Goof Troop (SNES)

For some reason, I bought Goof Troop when it first arrived on the SNES way back in November 1993. Maybe it was a birthday present for me, this being my month of birth?...

The Review: Toejam & Earl – Back in the Groove

It’s been 28 years since the original Toejam & Earl was released for the Sega Mega Drive / Genesis. In that time, we’ve seen the massively dividing...

Arcade Hall of Fame: Galaxian

The early era of video games is often dominated by simple concepts that take advantage of the technology available but also try to form an addictive but rewarding...

Golden Axe (Mega Drive) – CO-OP Classics

Debuting in arcades in 1989, Golden Axe was yet another blockbuster arcade hit from SEGA that set the company on a path different from Nintendo but which would see the...

A Brief History Of: The Atari Jaguar

Imagine being on top of the world and absolutely dominating your industry. In fact, you not only dominate that segment but it is one that you largely invented yourself....

The Lion King (SNES) – Think You Can Beat It?

One of Disney’s most iconic films, The Lion King is a tale of a young cub rise to take his father’s place as the head of jungle kingdom and, in the popular tradition...

A Brief History of: Atari

A company that birthed console gaming as we know it but is nowhere to be seen on the modern scene, Atari is both a story of amazing success and perilous tragedy. Serving...

Super Empire Strikes Back (SNES) – Think You Can Beat It?

The classic George Lucas trilogy of science fiction space opera got a Super Nintendo treatment that still stands out for how good the games were and how closely they...

Arcade Hall of Fame: X-Men Arcade

Konami was the king of the arcade beat ‘em ups in the 1990s. A genre ostensibly popularized by Capcom’s Final Fight, Konami took it to new heights with such classics...

A Brief History Of: Nintendo

One of the world’s most valuable brands and one of the most iconic companies of all time, Nintendo has carved out a special place in the hearts of millions of gamers...

Donkey Kong Arcade – Think you can beat it?

In many respects the game that built the House of Nintendo, the original Donkey Kong arcade game is a classic for the ages – and rightly so. Featuring some of the...

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Donkey Kong

Originally Nintendo’s mascot before being displaced by the red-suited plumber we know and love as Mario, Donkey Kong is still an iconic character in his own right and...

Incredible New Premium Mini Arcade Cabinet – Featuring the Original Centipede Arcade Game

Play the original Centipede game as it was meant to be played thanks to this premium mini arcade cabinet from Replicade!

Seiken Densetsu 3 – Super Nintendo Saturday

On this week's Super Nintendo Saturday, we take a look at the genius that is Seiken Densetsu 3, and being unable to resist comparing it to Secret of Mana!

The Movies (PC) – Oscars 2018 Special

At a time when the movie industry seems at its morally lowest, let's look back at a classic PC title which lets us enjoy; The Movies!

Super Nintendo Saturday – Big Sky Trooper

Now here’s a game that felt different at the time of its release. Developed by Lucasarts and released in 1995, Big Sky Trooper was a game that had Lucasarts...

Mid-Week Mega Drive Madness – Haunting starring Polterguy

Getting haunted by that bastion of booginess himself, Polterguy!... who?