The short answer is yes…. maybe. Or it could be no. It’s kind of complicated. The long answer is, as you’d expect, long.
Movie tie-in games have a terrible reputation, and that’s for a reason. Most of them are terrible. Here’s 10 of them that are actually great, and still well worth playing.
Time for a quick history lesson in the way games used to be advertised, methinks. So, as part of some ongoing retro gaming writing I’m doing at the moment, I have to do a whole lot of retro gaming research. Sure, typically, that would be the stuff that my brain would tell me was the
AT Games is back with the AT Games Legends Flashback, a retro console that’s distinctly not like its previous mini-console efforts. That’s (mostly) a good thing.
Microsoft has a brand new shiny console out capable of cutting-edge next-gen visuals and gameplay. So naturally, I’ve been playing old games on it. It’s what I do. So, Microsoft sent me an Xbox Series X to test out for a couple of weeks — to take on the obvious upfront questions, no, it’s not
Analogue’s retro SuperNT and MegaSG consoles are great, but they’re not cheap to acquire outside the US. Are they worth buying if you live outside the USA and have to pay the hefty shipping charges? My full video and text review await!
It’s time to get our retro gaming hats on as we look at this year’s crop of retro gaming goodies to stick under the Christmas tree in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
Street Fighter II is the most legendary one-on-one fighting game of all time… and this is a cheap Christmas stocking stuffer. But is it any good?
Wrestlemania Steel Cage Challenge wasn’t a particularly great game when it first came out in 1992, and time has not been kind to it.
Kick, punch, it’s all in the mind… no, wait, wrong game. Time to once again get my retro game fix in with MSI’s TV game version of Technos’ classic Double Dragon.