This is a late post for Try An Old Game For The First Time And Write About It Week. It was delayed because I have been playing lots of old games for the first time and wanted to pick an interesting one. Many games feature fire as a…
I’m back once again to continue to struggle with this freaking dark world forest dungeon I really am not a fan of this one lol. so let’s see how I do in todays adventure and if I can overcome the insanity before the insanity takes over me lol.
The 3rd dungeon begins man here comes the rage I know it. I can feel it deep down in my soul it is slowly festering as i prepare for this dungeon i’m telling you guys I hate this dungeon lol its going to have me going crazy up…
The sun is shining here in the UK, so that means that Boot Sale Pickups is BACK for another trawl through the used games market. Read More
It’s time to stomp out on Super Metroid I finally got the grappling hook, now we are really gonna start rolling and killing stuff.
The third dungeon has been found and it is now time to save the next maiden and stomp evils butt, sadly this is the dungeon i cant stand lol. now its time to get mad dealing with this dumb dropping hand and stop this evil moth monster lol
It’s time to rock out on Super Mario World with my brotha RBG RandomBlackGamer as he thinks hes good enough to show me up on my own channel only to be left in the dust lmao.
Ok ok, I know I’m struggling to find this next dungeon but don’t hate too much and make fun of me lol. I forgot where to go. We all forget sometimes it comes with being an old man lmao. Well, join me as I run around like an…
Uniracers (Unirally here in the UK) was one of the strangest games for the Super Nintendo, developed by DMA Design (Developers of Lemmings and now develop games like the Grand Theft Auto series, Red Dead Redemption and more under the name of Rockstar North). Read More
The SEGA Mega Drive (SEGA Genesis in North America) was a phenomenal system, and arguably one of the best things to ever come from SEGA. But what were the games that defined what the system would come to be over the 16-bit generation? Read More
Super Scope 6 is the very first game to appear on the Super Nintendo Super Scope. Featuring six games in one cartridge, you’d hope for this game to be full of value for would be Super Scope owners. Read More
The Nintendo 64 was Nintendo’s most challenging console generation, but despite falling short of the success achieved by Sony’s new console, the N64 had some excellent games. Read More
You may remember GoldenEye 007’s famous DK Mode? Well, Earthworm Jim got there first, years prior, with it’s very own DK Mode. Read More
Last week, I started to piece together my choices for what I think should be on the SNES Classic Mini, listing the first fifteen games of what I believe should be a 30 game library. Read More
If reports are to be believed, Nintendo will be following up the massive success of the NES Classic Mini, with a Super Nintendo Classic Mini! Read More
Oh look! Rock Paper Shotgun have posted a focused (though short and somewhat incomplete) look at one of my favourite PC classics of all time, Midwinter 2: Flames of Freedom. You can read it if you want. I’ll wait. To be fair to it, I think the above article nails the…
Every month I give you a rundown of a historical games retail chart, and this month I’m tackling the Mega Drive UK Top 10 of April 1996! Read More
Could Street Racer be the alternative to Super Mario Kart that you’ve never heard of? This SNES racing game combines the racing of Nintendo’s racer, the violence of Road Rash, and the presentation of Capcom’s Street Racer, to make an interesting arcade racer. Read More
Hard to believe, but Capcom once tried to port Street Fighter II to the humble Nintendo Game Boy. This review will tell you how it compares to the arcade original, and if this game’s Super Game Boy enhancements are worth using! Read More
You’re going to love this month’s Retrogaming Chart Show, as I’ll be taking a look at one of gaming history’s most beloved consoles – The Nintendo Game Boy. Read More
There’s nothing more nostalgic than video game commercials, and here are some of those ads that have embedded themselves into my brain and have refused to budge over the years! Read More
Retro games (and especially the NES library) were ridiculously difficult back in the day and have stood the test of time as equally unforgiving, if not more so, now. It goes without saying that as we get older our reflexes aren’t what they once were and so beating…
Stunt Race FX is the second Super Nintendo game to take advantage of the Super FX enhancement chip, making this racer stand out from its peers with polygonal tracks and vehicles. But how does it hold up today? This Stunt Race FX review will give you the lowdown on how it looks, plays, and whether or not it is worth revisiting! Read More
Welcome to a look at some of my favourite alternative SEGA logos, as seen when booting up various SEGA Genesis/SEGA Mega Drive games! Read More
The Top 10 SNES Games is the focus on this month’s Retrogaming Chart Show, as I take a look at the UK charts of February, 1993. Read More
In December, I made over an hour’s worth of content detailing every aspect of Nintendo’s Super Game Boy peripheral. Now, I’m going to take a look at it’s spiritual successor, the Gamecube’s Game Boy Player, and answer the question – “Is this the best way to play Game Boy games on your television screen?” Read More
You might bs used to seeing adverts in modern games, but have you seen these examples of unsuble product placement in retro video games?
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!
The Black Hole & Out Of This Dimension are the two hidden levels in Starfox (SNES), and you have to jump through some pretty weird hoops to be able to reach them – But it’s worth it.
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.
Introducing the first of many reviews of games with the Super FX chip inside is my Starfox review. This Super Nintendo game wowed the world with its extensive use of the legendary Super FX chip (occasionally known as the MARIO chip), allowing for polygonal graphics that were never before seen on the system.
Co-developed between Argonaut Software and Nintendo, Star Fox (or Starwing as it was known in Europe), find out if this unique space shooter was more than just a pretty face. It’s time to do a Barrel Roll for the very first time…again!
In the first Retrogaming Chart Show of 2017, I take a look at the Top 10 Mega Drive Games of January 2017 – And not a sign of Sonic The Hedgehog to be seen!
We begin our look at Marvel games with the first home console release of an Incredible Hulk game. While he did have a game on computers in the 80’s, this was the first on a conventional console. This game is infamous for being one of the worst superhero…
In today’s video we take a break from retro titles to look at a current gen game that has heavy retrogaming inspirations: Mighty No 9. This game had an infamous development cycle and came out to average at best reviews. Considered to be one of the biggest blunders…
Sonic The Hedgehog is a series that defined the SEGA Mega Drive/Genesis, with it’s blazing fast gameplay and a marketable character with oodles of attitude.
Released on Sonic Twosday, this was the game that took Sonic to the next level, offering improvements on the original in every single way. In this Sonic The Hedgehog 2 review, I see how this platformer holds up today!
In this Mega Man X review, see if the Blue bomber’s 16-bit debut is an evolution of the classic NES games, or a digital abomination. Capcom’s series has seen many, many instalments over the years – Is this one of the good ones?
It’s my final video of 2016, and in this episode of the Retrogaming Chart Show, I’ll be taking a look at the Nintendo 64 North American charts of December 1997!
Spoiler – GoldenEye 007 isn’t number one – So what is? Find out in this latest episode!
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, Christmas! Before the big day itself, let me share with you one of the greatest Christmas cheats in gaming, with a very special code courtesy of Rare’s Donkey Kong Country 3.
This seasonal treat of a cheat will certainly get you in the Christmas spirit – Enjoy!
And so, I finish my gigantic look at the Super Game Boy, and Super Game Boy 2 with a look at the Hori Super Game Boy Commander – A pad made my Hori that was created to accompany the Super Gameboy and Super Gameboy 2.
Another Japan exclusive, not only does this controller function as a normal Super Nintendo controller, but when used with the Super Game Boy is enables features and functionality that cannot be accessed in any other way.
See the entire series, right here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2jQWW57Iwe4kKTvwQ4KiTcQlrYoSZIna