The ultimate retro companion from the makers of gamesTM is out now, and it’s packed full of quality nostalgic content for videogames fans. Available now from the Imagine eShop and all good retailers, it’s the essential guide to the games you remember fondly. Including behind-the scenes on the likes of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, Virtua Tennis and Road Rash, this bookazine gives you in-depth looks at the best … [ Read More... ]
Fans of Katamari Damacy will be pleased to learn that a new game in the franchsie is currently avaiable on iOS. It’s also available for free at the moment, making it defintely worth a gander, even if the previous one was let down by fiddly controls.
Previous experiences with Katamari games has proved to us that rolling up rubbish can be a lot of fun, so we’re itching to get … [ Read More... ]
Bluepoint Games’ stunning conversion of Ico And Shadow Of The Colossus is now available to buy on PS3.
Ico is a magnificent adventure that has you rescuing a young girl called Yorda from fiendish shadow monsters, while Shadow Of The Colossus has you hunting down 16 huge Colossi. Both games are absolutely senstational, with the latter pushing the PS2 to its technical limits.
Both games have been suitably overhauled now, … [ Read More... ]
With all the high-defintion remakes on the way, it’s refreshing to learn that it’s not only PS2 games getting the HD treatment.
Søren Borgquist is currently putting the finishing touches to his Spectrum remake of Dingo. First released in arcades in 1982, it’s an obscure game by Chris and Tim Stamper of Ultimate: Play the Game fame.
Søren’s remake not only look like a faithful port of the fun game, … [ Read More... ]