With both Nintendo and Sony’s keynote speeches delivered yesterday there’s far more news to get through today. And with Darran on holiday and a magazine to pull together I best get mi skates on. So, without further ado, here’s a quick rundown of more retro news to come from this year’s E3.
The big news from Nintendo was the announcement of its new DS, the 3DS – which, as … [ Read More... ]
We’re very excited about this year’s E3. Why? Well we love games of course. This year’s E3 event officially kicked off yesterday evening (our time), so this morning I thought I’d give you a very brief rundown of a few announcements that you could tentatively argue fall within the bubble of retro. Be warned, I did say tentatively.
Some of you may be aware, particularly those of you who subscribe to Darran’s YouTube channel, that I got married recently. Now from the very start I was keen to add some kind of retro gaming aspect to the day, and after racking my brain thinking up ways of how to do it tastefully (that was the caveat laid down by Helen) settled on doing something with the table plan … [ Read More... ]
If you’re a fan of retro games you should really consider checking out Microsoft’s new Game Room service. Available for both Xbox 360 and Windows, it’s a virtual arcade that not only allows you to collect classic games, but also lets you compete against friends in a friendly online environment.
A virtual arcade you can fill with all your favourite games