Bryan takes you on one ugly trip to Mars as he reviews 1990's NES version of Total Recall.
One of Japan's best-kept old secrets, dusted off and exposed to the unforgiving scrutiny of NRW's resident gaming madman. Stark horror, MSPaint-style nudity, FM synthesis, and those old 5.25" floppies, remember those?
An examination of the famous wall-crawler's appearances in cartridge form. Tune in, True Believers!
A review of the underrated 1991 Genesis beat 'em up, flush with kabuki magic and martial arts mayhem!
"Between the years that the market drank Atari, and the years of the rise of the sons of Sony
Light a torch and step into the dungeon with Bryan as he takes a look at this 1990 RPG for the NES!
A quick look at the work of the Spanish indie developer, as well as an interview!
Another Japan-only game from Namco, and in fact its first 16-bit arcade platformer. Bryan takes a look at the good, the bad, and the very ugly of Yokai Dochuki.
Three games from 1990-92, examined in rapid succession by your friendly neighborhood "expert."
Since the very dawn of video gaming, ever since the first of countless alien invasions and nameless ninja clan insurgencies, gamers and developers have all agreed on one thing: peace is nice, but it's incredibly boring. A common theme has emerged throughout electronic
In recent weeks, my emulator/ROM collection has expanded well into the Fifth Generation of video game consoles. I've been playing a lot of Mr. Driller and thinking hard about what my next article topic should be. The first notion I had, strengthened by
There are certain films that hold a nearly universal sway over 80s kids (and even some 90s kids) as pseudo-magical in their charm and nostalgic value. The 1985 film The Goonies stands upright upon the high peaks of this spiritual realm, having captured