As many of you who have been following me on Twitter and YouTube will know, I’m an avid retro gamer! My collection from childhood has given me some great gaming experiences, which I’ll be sharing on the blog and in my videos. Over the years I have unfortunately sold quite a few classics, but I’m on a quest to re-build and improve my retro video game library.
We really enjoy RPGs, so were thrilled when we were asked to try this game! Based on the incredible Magic: The Gathering trading card game, it offers people a chance to learn and play the game who may not be able to attend any organised card games, for whatever reason.
Retrospecs is an app that allows you to apply filters to photos for a variety of computers and consoles from the 80′s and 90′s, including the Sinclair ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64, IBM PC CGA and even the Game Boy Camera! Read our review to find out more.
Here we have another “Let’s Play” video, which I’ve chosen to do for Two Crude Dudes on the Sega Mega Drive (aka Sega Genesis) from the early 90s. This was a great side-scrolling beat-em-up that I used to play a lot in my younger days.
You may have already heard about Guacamelee! which was released earlier on the PC, PlayStation 3 and Vita. It received a number of positive reviews and several updates that got bundled up together as a “gold version” offering. So what’s different about the “Super Turbo Championship Edition”? Well, let’s find out!
Anyone who enters a lottery knows that their chances of winning are small, sometimes seemingly ridiculously so. For instance, the odds of winning the Powerball lottery are 1 in 175 million! But there are always new winners being announced and as we all know, the results are random, so there’s nothing to stop you being in with a chance, is there?
This week I decided to do another “Let’s Play” video for an indie game called The Stanley Parable. Unlike my previous video, I have never played this game before, so I’ll be doing it in a way that the gaming community call …
Love football or hate it, there’s something that draws you into being a part of the World Cup each time it comes around every four years. For football fans, the appeal is obvious, but for non-footie fans because there’s such …
So today I made my first ever “Let’s Play” video. I’ve wanted to make one of these for a very long time but never really had the right hardware, software, time, and numerous other excuses. Check out the video and let me know what you think!
It’s very common today for games to be available to play on pc or iOS free of charge. It’s been one of the biggest trends for the software industry in recent years. But is that a good thing for the business and consumer?