I rarely take into account the price of games when reviewing them. The majority of video games are either incredibly over or under priced these days and the content of the experience is what essentially matters most. Pulstario was released … Continue reading Pulstario – Switch & PC
Nostalgia means different things to different people. For me it can vary from a day of playing on an old 286 PC, watching Buffy on a 3rd hand CRT; To playing days worth of Disgaea at uni and waiting for … Continue reading Games worth re-installing DOSBox to play
Which games are worth tracking down the original retro copies and which are best to simply download? aka The downside of a weekly content schedule with a full-time job, tiredness and definitely not a delay tactic to catch up on … Continue reading The Sega Dreamcast – Emulate or Locate?
I own an Amstrad CPC 6128. It’s a lovely bit of old kit. Sure it’s not our original; In a big clear out, ours accidentally went to charity so I had to get mine from eBay. Some of the keys … Continue reading Why enjoying retro gaming is like enjoying classic cars
Which games are worth tracking down the original retro copies and which are best to simply download? aka The downside of a weekly content schedule with a full-time job, tiredness and definitely not a delay tactic to catch up on … Continue reading The Sega Saturn – Emulate or Locate?
All my recent playing on the Switch (reviews in progress) has given me more time to appreciate why the, “port this to Switch cowards” meme is a thing (more than the internet just being a hive mind of madness). Essentially … Continue reading Games that really should have been ported to Switch by now.
This is a two part review as if you purchase the physical anniversary edition of Guilty Gear you will get both Guilty Gear and Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R but you can purchase them both separately on the … Continue reading Guilty Gear – Switch
Were not far off two releases for Taiko no Tatsujin and so it’s time for a big song, dance and drum! This will be the first time the series has made its way to Europe since the heavily edited PS2 … Continue reading Taiko no Tatsujin – How to drum up excitement!
Yes you read that right, Mega Drive. The SEGA video game console from the 90s has a new game for it. Just the fact that such a thing can exist is amazing and should be applauded for the sheer technical … Continue reading Tanglewood – PC & Mega Drive
Wooonderboooooy, what is the secret of your power? Apparently it’s getting transformed by a magical ball of blue flame! We all know this has been out for a while (since April 2017) on PC/PS4/Switch/Xbox1/Linux/Mac but it’s only just recently had a physical release (13th Feb 2018). With all that said. Is now the time to dive in? If you’ve ever played a Nes/MasterSystem action platformer in your life you’ll know exactly what to expect from Wonder Boy. A high level of difficulty even on the lowest setting, amazingly quirky ideas, some obtuse gameplay and a metroidvania aspect of powering up … Continue reading Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap – PS4