It’s never guaranteed which games become eSports titles. Some big-budget video games fail to make the cut while others designed by smaller independent studios can fill arenas with eager fans. A burgeoning eSports scene can be hugely lucrative to game developers as they aim to
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.
There are valid arguments for games anywhere on this spectrum as retro classics, but where this writer is concerned it's the games that were available in the early-'80s that really capture the spirit of what gamers love in retro concepts.
I know Halloween’s come and gone, but the horror continues!
Once we started doing game reviews, Splatterhouse stood out in my sick little
mind as one that needed to grace this website’s pages. Released internationally
by Namco in November 1988, the arcade cult classic got attention (both positive
NONE OTHER THAN
THIS EP IS A STANDALONE MASTERPIECE IN THE 80S CHARTS RIGHT NOW. ALL SUCH UNIQUE AND PERFECTLY BLENDED TEXTURES OF EACH TRACK ALLOW THE LISTENER TO FULLY SOAK IN THE SFERRO VIBE.
NO COPYCATTING HERE
IF YOU ARE INTO THE 8-BIT SOUND THEN THIS DUDE IS DEFINITELY FOR YOU. THE FEATURED ALBUM ENTITLED "8-BIT SEQUENCE" PAYS HOMAGE TO THE 8-BIT VIDEO GAME SOUND WHILE ADDING MODERN AESTHETICS TO THE STRUCTURE AND OVERALL FEEL OF THE TRACKS.
THE ALBUM WAS ALSO COMPOSED IN REAL TIME