In the second instalment in our brand new blog series, in which we compete in a series of games based on popular television quiz shows from the Eighties. This time we play Every Second Counts. You’ll like this, not a lot.
Every Second Counts was a quiz show presented by never-changing magician Paul Daniels. As its title implies, the basis of the show saw couples take it in turns to … [ Read More... ]
About this series: In stark contrast to the Cheapest Games series, this Rare & Valuable series will round up the rarest and most valuable games for a given console or handheld so you’ll know what to look for whether you are buying or selling.
Since Sega’s first console wasn’t a bit hit in the United States and it doesn’t have as much of a collector’s following as some newer … [ Read More... ]
Zoop is kind of a hard one to classify. It is an arcade puzzle game in the vein of Taito’s Plotting that was released on most every console at the time (4th generation). Most gamers have heard of the title but have not played it because it was released in 1995. It is one of the very few games that Hookstone created and one of the handful that Viacom published. … [ Read More... ]