From the Upside down to your speakers, Cartridge 1987’s sophomore album will conjure the dark corners of your childhood imagination to send chills down every inch of your spine.
Passage marks Parisian producer Drich’s first release under the Cartridge 1987 since 2012’s Last Escape, one in
Earlier in the month of May I paid some due respect to the platformer, that ubiquitous and well-loved game format that has seen countless iterations since its inception in the early 80s. Platformers are possibly the most well-recognized type of video game worldwide, even by
A long time ago, when I first started writing about video games for NRW, I did an article about the amazing music written for the Genesis/Mega Drive and talked about how much I like sounds of the YM2616 chip that system uses. I still listen
Gaming has been a fast-moving industry for the last several years, with the advancements made in technology seeing games look and play like never before. This has applied to all genres. So from Nintendo Crosswords and Watch Dogs: Legion for PS4 players, all the way
Modern day gaming is simply breath taking. Firstly, today, the term gaming now encompasses everything from Chess and Tetris to online games at mFortune casino and poker tournaments. Furthermore, from both a visual and gameplay standpoint, nobody could have predicted just how quickly gaming, be
To top off a lazy Sunday afternoon, I bring you the third installment of gems from the Genesis. Did you know that a total of 897 titles are known to have been released for the Mega Drive/Genesis from 1988 to 1997? During that time, Sega
I have returned to you swiftly with three more arbitrarily chosen titles for the Sega Mega Drive, also known as The Genesis. Having already extolled the virtues of the console itself in part one of this series, I will spare you the repetition. The Genesis
Listen, before you say anything, Genesistravanganza would have been too easy, not to mention way too long of a word. You can't just make up words that long
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
At the end of last month, we looked at three titles from the year 1987, taking stock of their pros and cons thirty years after their original release. I like to think of the process as something between an honest review, a nostalgic look back,
“Ugh, here he is on that Disney game BULLSHIT again.”
Well yeah, but listen
Bryan takes another look into the super-charged world of classic video game art! Terrified one-eyed mammoths, octopi with eyebrows, and more! PLAY RETRO - STAY RETRO!