Feast your eyes on this! It looks fantastic and will certainly be worth the wait! There is no set release date yet, but this is looking like it will make a lot of noise once released.
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
Gaming on the go is easier than ever if you own a smartphone. And fans of retro classics can get their fill of old-school action on their mobile thanks to the array of revamped titles that are on offer.
Here are just a few of the
Living in the digital age is a fantastic thing. We can do so much more than we ever have before with so much technology at our very fingertips. Technology has not only given us access to unlimited information and a wealth of new opportunities, but it
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
The NRW Gaming Top Ten list: which neo-retro titles are the fairest of all?
The Top Ten neo-retro games of 2017. The dream is real!
Does this look familiar? Retrowave continues to spread it's influence. This time M83 and Microsoft give a nod towards our growing culture.
As part of this prestigious position, as well as out of deep personal interest, I try to keep abreast of what's going on in retro gaming. I follow topics with Google Alerts, I read Twitter (where a surprising amount of chatter on the topic takes
Crossing Souls is an independent and retro-inspired video game currently looking for funding on Kickstarter. You can check out the trailer for the game on the Kickstarter page or on YouTube. Does the song in the trailer sound familiar? Yep, that's Timecop1983! He is going to
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
I was seven years old when I was
first exposed to the world (metaworld?) of Final Fantasy. It was
a few days after Christmas of 1999 and my cousin had received Final Fantasy
VIII as a gift. Being seven in the presence of a teenager meant I had