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Back in September last year, Sega Studios Australia’s 2013 remake of the classic Mega Drive platformer Castle of Illusion, was delisted from Steam, Xbox Live Arcade and Playstation Network with very little notice beyond a price drop. Just as silently, the game’s now snuck back onto these services, a rare digital relisting. Powered by WPeMatico


By On 31 Mar, 2017 At 09:29 AM | Categorized As Classic, Featured | With No Comments

The Strong Museum has announced the nominees for induction into its World Video Game Hall of Fame class for 2017. These include 12 well-known and influential titles, including Donkey Kong, Final Fantasy VII, Halo: Combat Evolved, Windows Solitaire, Mortal Kombat, Myst, Pokemon Red and Green, Portal, Resident Evil, Street Fighter II, Tomb Raider, and Wii […]


Back in 2012 the homebrew developers Watermelon announced that their next game to hit the Mega Drive had begun development. Codename Project Y was underway which promised to be the spiritual successor to the dormant Streets of Rage name. Fast forward to today and the prolific 16-bit studio have revealed all with Paprium – the […]


When thinking back to the 16 bit era, one software developer/publisher stands head and shoulders above the crowd across all platforms. With formidable output on both home consoles and the arcades, Konami built further upon their household name and brand they’d established during the Famicom/NES years. Powered by WPeMatico



By On 28 Feb, 2017 At 03:24 AM | Categorized As Classic | With Comments Off on Unreleased Nintendo 64 Game 'Die Hard 64' Discovered

Yippee ki yay! It looks like yet another cancelled Nintendo 64 game has been discovered – this time it’s the mythical Die Hard 64 from Bits Studios. Originally planned for a 1999 release by Fox Interactive, Die Hard 64 was never actually shown to the press or the public and the only hints that it […]


The Nintendo Famicom or Nintendo Entertainment System (for those of us in the west) was the companies first step into the home console market following their success with arcade machines and the much loved Game & Watch. Although it wasn’t an over night success Nintendo’s perseverance and cleaver positioning in the market the NES became […]


Unholy Night is a brand new 2D one-on-one fighting game for the Super Nintendo that was officially unveiled in late 2016. The game caused quite a stir once it was revealed, not only because of the format on which it was running, but also because of the credentials of the team behind it. Unholy Night: […]


Primal Rage garnered a moderate level of success when it hit arcades in the early 1990s, and in subsequent years Atari’s prehistoric brawler was ported to pretty much every contemporary home console (and a coupe of handheld ones, too). The ports came with varying degrees of arcade accuracy, but for the most part were deemed […]


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