In yet another shining example of why fan communities are awesome, The Exploding Rabbit has announced their next project: Super Mario Crossover 3.0. It crosses the paths of various NES classics like Super Mario Bros, Metroid, Legend of Zelda, Blaster Master and Castlevania in one giant Super Mario style game. This goes beyond just being a simple hack, rather it’s a full game epic with brand new … [ Read More... ]
Ubisoft has unveiled a new trailer, titled Out of Control, for their upcoming game Watch_Dogs. Not only does the trailer give a little more insight into that game and how it will play out, but at the end it unveils the “Collectors”, in this case the “DEDSEC,” edition of the game, as well as a definitive release date. The “DEDSEC_Edition” of the game seems … [ Read More... ]
Robot Unicorn Attack, the original king of endless runners (along with Canabalt), is back with a sequel. Does this new version stack up to the original?
For the most part, yes and it’s free. Overall, this is a great looking and playing game. The controls are familiar although feel a bit different from previous iterations. Furthermore, the classic music is gone from the original Robot Unicorn Attack… [ Read More... ]
Welcome to Cover Art! A section of the site where we look at a retro video game’s box cover art and briefly discuss it’s gameplay and legacy.
Gradius III is a shmup (shoot-em-up) developed by Konami, originally for arcades and later, for the SNES. It was a US Super Nintendo launch released in August of 1991.
Considered by many to be one of the hardest games of all … [ Read More... ]