Dreamcast Retrospective: Ten Years On

The brief romances are often the most memorable; a first kiss, that college crush, and for many gamers, the first time they played the Sega Dreamcast. It was ten years ago this month when scores of video game aficionados brought home, hooked up, and revelled in Sega’s final console. Despite the system’s . . . → Read More: Dreamcast Retrospective: Ten Years On

Turbo Grafx-16 Retrospective

With its 20th anniversary upcoming this month, David Taylor reflects on the highs and lows of a forgotten console that maybe deserved better – the Turbo Grafx-16

This year marks a number of noteworthy anniversaries, among them some of the most inspiring (the Apollo 11 moon landing) and), and tragic (Tiananmen Square) episodes in modern . . . → Read More: Turbo Grafx-16 Retrospective

The Conduit Video Game Review

High Voltage Software unveiled its Wii-exclusive first person shooter (FPS), The Conduit, to the eager gaming public more than a year ago. Nintendo fans saw the game as a surprising, yet welcome, departure from the Wii’s library of casual games. Furthermore, the lack of exclusive quality shooters for the Wii have starved owners since Metroid . . . → Read More: The Conduit Video Game Review

Klonoa Video Game Review

Klonoa is a “Wii-make” of the 1997 Playstation title, Klonoa: Door to Phantomile. The original game and its 2001 sequel, Klonoa 2: Lunatea’s Veil, were innovative side-scrollers that mixed old school, Super Mario Bros. style gameplay with 3D rendered graphics. Although neither title in the series yielded sensational sales, both were nevertheless critical darlings that . . . → Read More: Klonoa Video Game Review

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