3 Credit Challenge: Ms. Pac-Man Atari 2600 PAL World Record Attempt
Can I become the best in the world at Ms. Pac-Man with minimal preparation?
Atari Flashback Portable Review
The somewhat notorious AT Games does, sometimes, put out a quality product. The Atari Flashback Portable isn’t great, but it’s good enough for a quick retro fix — and it might just be the best Atari licensed system you can buy.
Video Review: Ms. Pac-Man (Atari 2600)
In which I argue for Ms. Pac-Man’s supremacy across all Atari 2600 titles in video form, with bonus advertisements and Hangman… for some reason.
Atari Flashback 7 Review: A retrogaming curate’s egg
The Atari Flashback 7 provides plenty of retro gaming experiences with more than 100 games on offer, but not everything here is as excellent as it might seem.
Retro Games Challenge Week Twelve: Toki (Atari Lynx)
Toki is one of the finest arcade conversions you could hope for, an an excellent advertisement for the generally under-appreciated Atari Lynx. Which is more than you can say for the actual advertisements themselves.
Retro Review: Pac-Man & Ms Pac-Man (Atari 2600)
It’s been ages since I’ve written a retro games review. So here, have two at once, starring gaming’s first couple: Pac-Man and Ms Pac-Man.
Trailer Time: Atari: Game Over
The documentary covering the unearthing of ET Atari 2600 cartridges is coming soon. I’m very interested to see how it’s framed, and even more so after this trailer.
Google celebrates Breakout with a new easter egg
Google is clearly run by, as TV Tropes would put it, magnificent bastards. That’s the only logical explanation for this particular cunning easter egg. If you’re a bit of a retro nut (I wonder who around here that might apply to?), then possibly not reading this story might be best.