Recently I received some amazing pins from a company called Power Up Pins who create their own uniquely design enamel and engraved pins around gaming, geek and popular culture. I don’t often collect this sort of thing, but on a trip to Disney World in Florida a few years ago, I got pretty hooked on their designs based on classic characters and rides, and as I was really impressed with these, I thought I’d do a review.
In 1989 Golden Axe was released in the arcades and was a great success. Makoto Uchida, who previously worked on Altered Beast, was said to have wanted to create a game that was inspired by Double Dragon and his love for the Conan films. With SEGA’s mission to offer an “arcade at home” experience, it wasn’t long before it was ported to the Sega Genesis and Mega Drive.
The Terminator was released by Virgin Games on the Sega Mega Drive and Genesis in 1992. Licensed games have always been a bit of a gamble; they’re often average at best, but there are some exceptions like Aladdin which is one of my favourites on the system. I still have the game cartridge that my cousin owned back in the early 90’s, but is it any good? Let’s take a look in this review…
This video looks at No Man’s Sky and how I feel it was possibly a misunderstood experience due to it’s misleading hype leading up to release, how it’s less about gathering and crafting, and uses the video game medium more as a vehicle to express how it feels to be an outsider, disconnected from the world, alone.
When it comes to Christmas themed retro games, I often like to have a quick play of James Pond 2: Codename Robocod at this time of year. Whilst the character started off on the Amiga and this game has been ported to multiple systems such as the Super Nintendo and PlayStation, the version I used to play was on the Mega Drive.