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How Super NES and Super Famicom Controllers are More Alike Than You Think

On August 13th, 1991, the Super Nintendo Entertainment System was released to an eagerly anticipating audience in North America. Or was it August 23rd? Oddly enough, I've seen several references for each, and even conflicting information from the same sources....

inXile Entertainment’s The Bard’s Tale Trilogy Remaster Now Available on Steam and GOG.com!

Tales of the Unknown, the first volume of this legendary RPG series, arrives today, with the final two volumes launching later this year   NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. – Aug. 14, 2018 – inXile Entertainment, the studio led by Interplay founder and industry icon Brian Fargo,...

Let’s Get Dangerous: Darkwing Duck on the NES

He is the terror that flaps in the night. He is the metal key in the sardine can of justice. He is...Darkwing Duck! Another classic of the Disney Afternoon, Darkwing Duck premiered on the Disney channel in 1991, before going into weekday syndication and becoming a...

Old School AV Network

226 Console Concepts 2

Welcome to the first of several episodes that RGDS will be releasing to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the release of the Sega Mega Drive in Japan, hosted by our very own Matt L.   The Mega Drive was a big hit amongst fans of the early grey import scene, and we...

Play Expo London Bonus show

Play Expo London - Bonus Show  Garron is  joined by Andy Brown MD of Play Expo and they chat about the London Expo on 11-12 August including a couple of reveals.   Take a look at the website for more information.  https://www.playexpolondon.com    Venue  Print works ...

RoundUp 131 – Single Breast Physics

Hardware Flashback - (00:00) Outrun - Passing Breeze (97Bit Offcut Mix) - (32:22) Top Ten Summer Games - (43:20) Gaming Trivia - (1:43:20) Tetris (Linear Groove) - (1:50:11) Live News And Listener Views - (1:50:11) URLs And EMails - (4:06:04) Submit your news items to...

Factory Sealed – Ep. 162: NiGHTS into Dreams

We open (and potentially close) the door on the Sega Saturn library as we discuss its role in crippling the once mighty Sega before taking flight with our subconscious in the mysterious NiGHTS into Dreams. The post Factory Sealed – Ep. 162: NiGHTS into Dreams appeared...

No 74 – Sunset Riders – Where is the love?

There's a certain cowboy franchise that's about to drop a massive sequel and it's got Dylan thinking about his favourite Western-a-like, Sunset Riders. Why no reboot mooted? Is it because Konami is holding the IP hostage? He's got some other theories and only a few...

225 Platform Games: Hidden Gems on the Amiga

In this episode, Drisk and Kingy chat about the lesser spoken titles in the genre of platform games on the Commodore Amiga. It may have been an over-saturated category, but there were some of the best games on the system contained within. The chosen games were...

The Untold Story Of Virtual Reality On The Sega Genesis - The Unreleased The Sega VR Headset

Tanglewood Review for Genesis/Mega Drive/PC

I present to you, lovely readers, my review for Tanglewood! Not only is it a Mega Drive game, but it's a NEW Mega Drive game. It's even getting a cartridge run. Playing as a small fox called Nymn, this puzzle/platformer involves trying to escape a hostile environment...

Video Game Trading Card Spotlight – Aaron Laberge

Our next Trading Card Spotlight features Aaron Laberge, who is displayed on card number 2642 from the Superstars of 2017 Collection.   Aaron’s trading card will be presented and featured the weekend of March 18th, 2017 in Banning, CA.   Living in Canada, Aaron has...

Chip N’ Dale: Rescue Rangers

Sometimes some crimes go slipping through the cracks, but these two gumshoes are picking up the slack… Chip N' Dale: Rescue Rangers debuted in early 1989 and went into national syndication that Fall. It featured the classic Disney characters Chip and Dale, but...

The South Park for Game Boy Color That Almost Was

Back in the late 90's, Comedy Central's South Park burst onto the cable television scene and became an overnight success, the talk of the schoolyard and water cooler alike. As such, it stood to reason that numerous companies were eager to cash in on the craze, and...

God of War for PS2 Review

Released in 2005 on PS2, God of War kickstarted a killer IP for Sony which has resulted in a highly rated entry (of the same name) on the PS4 this year. Since I own most of the games but haven't played any, I thought it would be prudent to start with the original!...

The Temple of Apshai

It began with Dungeons & Dragons. In the late 1970s, Jim Connelly acquired a Commodore PET to assist in his work as a Dungeon Master. He led a regular game in California. One of his players was a man named Jon Freeman, the author of books like The Complete Book of War...