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August, 2016

  • 8 August

    Demon’s Crest – The Retro Perspective


    Demon’s Crest, a Ghosts & Goblins spinoff and a a game literally everyone should play. Because in the age when indie platformers are being thrown out left, right and centre and a “retro aesthetic” is seen as an instant positive as these indies attempt to be throwbacks to a better era. It takes us a trip back to play an ...

April, 2015

  • 30 April

    Amiibo Tap Makes Retro Demos From Your Figures

    Amiibo Tap

    Today’s Nintendo eShop update has seen the release of a new application called amiibo Tap (or amiibo Touch & Play in Europe). It’s free to download and to use it, all you need to do is take an amiibo figure and touch it to the Wii U GamePad. After scanning, the amiibo will have unlocked a unique demo for a NES ...

November, 2014

  • 21 November

    Americana Dawn Is A Nostalgic Quest Across Colonial America


    When people think of classic Super Nintendo RPGs, most would envision fantasy worlds of medieval kingdoms and fairy tales. Consequently, most wouldn’t expect one of these games to be set in 18th Century America. I had this mindset myself until I saw a Kickstarter Campaign for Americana Dawn: A role-playing game that blends folklore and inspiration from the tall tales ...

August, 2014

  • 26 August

    WB Review: Donkey Kong Country


    For those hoping for –  yet simultaneously doubting the possibility of Rare ever returning to their previously high form, let me tell you of the game that I 100% guarantee is Rare’s first stage in their return to greatness. Before you get too excited though, I’m referring to their initial comeback of 1994. You know (or quite possibly don’t, come to think ...

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