This neat little retro gaming camera app can send your snaps back to the days of pixels and sprites!
I have a perpetual love / hate relationship with the boss battle. I relish the feeling of finally breaking down a seemingly insurmountable obstacle to its finest points and methodically working through it to victory. At the same time, if i'm really enjoying the everyday play of a title I'm often faltered in my tracks... Continue Reading →
With Prey's release just around the corner, I thought i'd delve into the history of the long-troubled IP. Back in 1997 it was looking like the first person shooter would never come to fruition. 20 years later Arkane and Bethesda have reimagined the resulting title to critical acclaim and widespread excitement. This buzz is not undeserved,... Continue Reading →
The collecting itch is a pervasive and consistent one. If you've been feeling that itch recently it might be time to give in and start your very own retro gaming collection. Thankfully we're here, with 7 steps you can take right now to start your collection right. With such a wide field of potential, a... Continue Reading →
Nintendo's SNES Mini is rumoured for release this Christmas, but will its stock space be the same size as the NES? And what is Nintendo accomplishing with these retro plug and plays?
March Video Game Blog Round Up: Replay - From how Horizon Zero Dawn has kept a firm grasp on our hearts and hands, to a reader discussion on the games we had to give just one more try to like, we have rounded up our favourite musings of the past month to present here to you guys.
Learn how to create your own retro gaming machine using a Raspberry Pi and Retropie operating system. This beginner's guide will see you through 7 easy steps to achieving your retro dream machine for under £50!
As the Nintendo Switch prepares for its official launch day, it's time to look back on some of the defining moments that made Nintendo the company it is to day, warts and all. 1956 - Hiroshi Yamauchi Visits A Tiny US Office In 1956, Nintendo was operating as a playing card company out of Kyoto.... Continue Reading →
"The Super Soul Bros are what would happen if you jammed a 70s Herbie Hancock record into a Super Nintendo" There's no better way to open up a discussion I recently had with the funk-fusion video game jazz band Super Soul Bros. than to quote their high energy tag-line. Based in San Jose, California, the... Continue Reading →