Taito’s DariusBurst Another Chronicle EX+ Launches on July 27th

A new DARIUS EXperience is approaching fast! It’s now 10 years since the original version and the original team, which is highly motivated, is still proudly working together on this version. The DariusBurst series started in 2009 on PSP, and was then greatly expanded upon with additional features and improved graphics for the 2010 arcade release. The game is developed by Pyramid Inc. and will not only include features of the arcade version of “Another Chronicle EX”, but there will also be new features like a replay mode and new missions. Prepare…

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Cotton Reboot Countdown to 20th July

https://cotton.inin.games/ A young witch called Nata de Cotton is hot headed, immature, overreacts and rides on a broomstick, accompanied by a fairy named Silk. Cotton is crazy about candies called “Willows”. Those candies are so good that she won’t let anything get in her way to get them. Talk about sugar cravings! Armed with explosive fire power, a cast of cunning enemies to confront and some enchanting and beautiful graphics sees this endearing title as one that enlightens the imagination. Cotton will embark on her journey through the game’s seven…

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Wonder Boy: Asha in Monster World

The digital version of Wonder Boy: Asha in Monster World can be purchased from the Nintendo and Sony stores and is published by STUDIOARTDINK. The boxed retail version of  Wonder Boy: Asha in Monster World comes exclusively with the original Monster World IV published by ININ Games Review • Developed by the original members of Westone Bit • • • •The fully remastered version of Wonder Boy IV is led by none other than its original creator, Ryuichi Nishizawa. He is supported by Maki Ōzora for character design, Shinichi Sakamoto,…

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Do you remember Teletext Worms?

Do you remember Team 17 in early 90s bringing out an actually playable and awesome Worms Teletext? Teletext signed a deal with Team17 to Convert some of their games starting with worms. I personally enjoyed this version better than the PC version it played so well. Rumour has it that Team 17 trying to resurrect the Teletext platform to launch there back catalog of games I cant wait to see tele text Alien Breed and Project X.

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Bounder Review

HISTORY Bounder popularity spans decades and has continued to be featured in many retro magazines, videos and on social media to this day. This little tennis ball of fun continues to be highly regarded and fondly remembered. Originally created by Christian Shrigley, Andrew Green, Robert Toone and Published by Gremlin Graphics Software Ltd in 1985, Bounder featured many ground-breaking features such as Parallax Scrolling first seen in Bounder. The game featured 12 levels, all as challenging as the first and at times is unforgiving but that’s what kept drawing people…

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Richard Scarry’s Busy Town. 

  Published by SEGA of America, Inc. Developed by Novotrade Software Kft. Released 1994 Platform Genesis Richard Scarry’s Busytown is a Mega Drive game that released in North America in 1994. Richard Scarry’s Busy Town is a game I picked up not knowing what to expect at all! With a tagline of ‘The Most Fun Game Ever’ I had to give it a try! What I found was generally one of the worst video games I have ever played. (YES! Even worse than Barney). It was a really colourful Interactive Story Book game and was…

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Two Point Hospital Coming 2018 from the creators of Theme Hospital

ABOUT THIS GAME Design Your Hospital  Build and customise your hospital – it is yours after all – with specialist diagnosis and treatment facilities, as well as the very latest in ornamental technology!  Cure Your Patients Feeling light-headed? Just wait until you see the other unusual illnesses afflicting the people of Two Point County. Care for, and profit from, the ill: that seems like it’s probably a win-win. They’ll need feeding, entertaining and curing if they’re going to recommend you to all their equally unwell friends! That cash isn’t going…

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Turrican 3

Published by Renegade Software Developed by Factor 5 GmbH Released 1993 Review by James Whelan Overview Turrican’s final outing on the Amiga in Turrican 3 (making Turrican 2’s sub-title, The Final Fight, less than accurate) is something of a mixed bag. Judged on its own merits it’s a perfectly serviceable and entertaining shoot-‘em-up, once again showcasing the Amiga’s strengths as the premier games platform of its time. But coming after the near flawless Turrican 2 and the ground-breaking original Turrican, the swansong of the trilogy always had a lot to live up to,…

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Jon Hare’s Sociable Soccer to kick off big time on Steam Early Access this Summer

Jon Hare’s Sociable Soccer to kick off big time on Steam Early Access this Summer Steam Store Page: http://store.steampowered.com/app/636690/Sociable_Soccer/ Click here for Jon Hare Interview The godfather of the football game returns to his roots with this fast-paced, arcade take of the beautiful game London, United Kingdom – August 10th, 2017 – Legendary football game designer Jon Hare’s Tower Studios in partnership with Finnish studio Combo Breaker, today announced that Sociable Soccer, Hare’s latest fast-paced, arcade take on the beautiful game, will launch in summer 2017 on Steam Early Access…

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Andy Capp

Published by: Mirrorsoft Developed by: Blitter Animations Released: 1987 Also for: Amstrad CPC, Sinclair ZX Spectrum In case you didn’t know, Andy Capp is a notoriously un-PC British cartoon strip. It’s eponymous main character is an unemployed, beer-swilling, wife-beating layabout. He is strangely popular in the United States, even earning a mention in The Simpsons and an appearance in Family Guy. Andy Capp – The Game is an arcade adventure where the the player spends a week in the life of Andy. He must find his missing benefits cheque, scrape…

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