Or “It’s astonishing what you can randomly find in a secondhand CD store that you didn’t even think would be open at this time of night”…
War has never been so much fun… or so grimly presented, even in pixellated form, as it is in Cannon Fodder, Sensible Soccer’s wonderfully evocative anti-war war game.
Time, I thought, to really sink my teeth into my retro gaming collection. Where better to start than Konami’s classic Dracula-fest, Castlevania? I’m not a big believer in the whole “pile of shame” concept — that idea that if you’ve got a lot of unplayed games, it’s somehow shameful or […]
Hey, it’s portable, OK? You just need the extra baggy cargo pants to carry it around with you. Also, many, many batteries.
For reasons of not being able to ditch it, Alex Kidd in Miracle World (and the hidden snail game) are exempt. Also, before anyone makes the obvious and very tired joke I’m not a Sega mascot (but I guess I could be for money).
You’ve got to start with the classics, and there’s none more classic than the Atari 2600.
Those who know me well… and there are some of you, although probably fewer than I’d like in some respects… But I digress… know that I’ve got a bit of a thing for collecting video games.
My odyssey into Android vs iOS continues, and I look at the pros and cons of different home networking options.
I spend an hour or two with the Duke. (note: My impressions don’t really contain much unsuitable for the under-15 crowd, but Duke Nukem Forever certainly does. You have been warned.)
Also another brick in Monty’s poor, aching cranium. Monty delves further into the depths. Or would do, were it not for all the things trying to repeatedly kill him.