There were just a handful of Super FX games, but there’s an even smaller number of European exclusive Super FX games!
The SNES Classic Mini is finally here, with Nintendo’s follow up the elusive Nintendo Classic Mini being just as popular with those wanting to relive the past, or others who want to discover some of the best games ever created.
The Retrogaming Chart Show is once again BACK with a look at the gaming charts of yesteryear – This week, it’s all about the Game Boy – The little handheld that could.
Pilotwings 64 – Not only one of the Nintendo 64’s launch titles, but the first game to come from the infamous “Dream Team” stable of developers. A join partnership between Nintendo and Paradigm, this relaxed flight sim tries to bring the fun to back to flying!
The SEGA Menacer was SEGA’s answer to the Super Nintendo’s Super Scope, sporting a very similar colour scheme, while also coming with a cartridge of six mini-games, designed to demonstrate the SEGA Menacer’s feature set.
I’m still going lightgun crazy, so here’s a review of the very first NES Zapper game – Wild Gunman. Based on a very analog arcade cabinet of the same name, this digital version encourages players to come to the Wild West and take down some of those nasty…
You’d think the Summer months would be quiet for games in August 1993, but that is just not true – This month on The Retrogaming Chart Show, we’re looking at the Top 5 UK SNES games, and there are some absolute SCORCHERS!
Continuing my series of SNES Super Scope reviews, is my Bazooka Blitzkrieg review! In this Super Scope game, take on an army of mindless robots, giving them the full power of the SNES Scope Scope, right in their face!
We all love Star Fox…Well, most of us do anyway. Vortex is Argonaut’s sort-of follow up to Fox McCloud’s debut, offering similar space-based combat.
This week, I present to you a selection of brilliant Legend of Zelda commercials from all around the world, from the epic – To the insane!
Following on from last month’s guide to earning Mega Man X’s Hadouken, this time I’m going to show you how to get the Dragon Punch in Mega Man X2. Read More
Greetings, and welcome to another Game & Vlog! This week, I’m playing Super Mario World, for no other reason than I think it’s the most perfect game ever. Read More
This month on The Retrogaming Chart Show, there’s a whole lot of games based on animated shows, and even more games that never even made it outside of Europe! Read More
The London Gaming Market took place this past weekend over in London (of course!). I popped down for the first time in a while, grabbed some bargains and met some cool people! Read More
With a Beyond Good & Evil 2 trailer finally being released during this year’s E3, I thought it would be good to finally get around to playing the original game and seeing what the fuss is about.
In this Beyond Good & Evil review, I see if over a decade on, this is a game still worth playing!
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Which 90’s cartoon shilled for the Snickers? How many McDonalds games were there? What is the most evil game known to mankind?
All of these questions, and plenty more are answered in this video!
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Accessible via the Level 1 Asteroid Field, The Awesome Black Hole is a handy warp that can take you to areas much further in the game, while Out of This Dimension, reachable from Level 3’s Asteroid Belt is a weird and surreal area that is more like a mini-game than an actual level.
Needless to say, Fox and the Star Fox crew are going to need to keep cool heads on this mission!
Footage captured in glorious 1080p60 using an original system, connected via RGB cables to a Framemeister upscaling unit and captured through an Elgato Game Capture HD60 unit.