I'll start this off the way I like to start as many conversations as possible these days: I have a ton of emulators now, not to mention a handful of working consoles. Every moment I don't spend writing, doing other work, playing D&D, sleeping, reading,
“Ugh, here he is on that Disney game BULLSHIT again.”
Well yeah, but listen
In the world of fiction, sometimes the curtain parts to reveal a true conflict. The petty squabbles and sex-drenched tousles so popular with the masses are forced to make way for a truly apocalyptic clashing of forces. The few must take up arms against the
We've talked about DOOM. We've looked at Wolfenstein 3D. We've even touched on some left-field shit like Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold. The formative history of the first person shooter is no new topic to us, RetroFans
In the video gaming world, there has always been an element of gaming within most titles.
Whilst we’re all waiting for CD Projekt Red to release more info about its Blade-Runner-ish new title Cyberpunk 2077, it’s worth remembering the greatest highlights of the last few games that sport the wonderful Retro-Synth aesthetic
Observer is a heavy cyberpunk themed first person survival horror from the people at Bloober Team the same folks that brought you (2016) Layers of Fear.
Tales From the loop is a table top RPG set somewhere in the 80's mixing ET, Stranger Things, X-Files, Cloverfield and maybe some Stand By Me, created by scifi artist Simon Stålenhag.
Is the increasing interest in all things retro a sign that we have become bored with the new gadgets and swag that our world is giving us?
I am pleased to finally discuss a few of these titles – the cream of 2016's crop – in the form of a “top ten” list.
Although Sega hasn't produced a system since the Dreamcast, their memories are still residing in all of our warm dream mansions.
Video games are unlike any other from of entertainment. They are developed to be played continuously and new games will be coming out to supersede the old ones regular.