Tags : retro

Aggelos Out Now on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One

We’ve already seen nostalgic retro platformer Aggelos come to Steam and Nintendo Switch, with very positive reviews, and now it’s following up on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One! Check out the launch trailer below:   Here’s an overview of the game from publisher PQube: Explore a kingdom full of adventures! Find your own path through […]Read More

Super Ghouls ‘N Ghosts – Stream Archive

We genuinely love a good spook, and there’s little scarier than a hard game. So, for the first game on stream of October, we decided to play the SNES classic Super Ghouls ‘N Ghosts for our Tuesday stream! The only caveat was that we agreed that we would pass the controller between us upon death, […]Read More

Throwback to the Volleyball in Dead or Alive Xtreme Actually

It’s hard to imagine now, but at the time the reveal of a Dead or Alive spin-off that was focused entirely around volleyball was a surprising one. Dead or Alive Xtreme Beach Volleyball was exclusive to the original Xbox, and released back on 23rd Jan 2003, making it almost exactly 15 years old to this […]Read More

Sonic Mania Review – A Lesson From the Classics (PS4)

It seems trite to call Sonic Mania a “love letter” to classic Sonic games, but that’s exactly what it is. Cutting its long development story short, Sonic Mania has been headed up by fans who have worked on fan projects, who’ve gone on to make some of the best, official classic Sonic ports. For the […]Read More

12 Dream E3 2017 Announcements & Why They’ll Probably Never

E3 is a place where dreams come true. Many announcements have been dropped on those hallowed stages that have shaken the hearts of fans. Let’s get shaken once more. Here are our dream announcements that may or may not happen! Do you agree?     Fate/stay night Official English Localisation, Backed by Sony as a New […]Read More

SNES Mini to Launch This Year, Still No News on

People were pretty upset to see that instead of extending the run of the NES Mini, the hard to come by plug ‘n’ play NES box, Nintendo were instead discontinuing it. But, Eurogamer’s sources claim this is to make way for a SNES Mini that’s already in production. But, are Virtual Console games in production […]Read More

Iron Commando and Legend SNES in the Works

Iron Commando released on the Super Nintendo back in 1995, and it never saw a release outside of Japan. Piko Interactive managed to get the full rights to Iron Commando from developer Hyperdevbox (formerly known as Arcade Zone) so that it could finally release overseas!    That’s not all though as Legend, which sells for […]Read More