Flutter Bombs (Steam) Review

Flutter Bombs (Steam) Review

Shortly after Irem’s R-Type hit the arcade scene back in the 1980s, it looked as if it would be the new shooter to watch. Not only was R-Type a superb 2D shooter, but it also included one important innovation: it was devastatingly addictive, but hard as hell to...
Retro Sports Review: Microsoft Baseball 3D

Retro Sports Review: Microsoft Baseball 3D

When Microsft released its first baseball game back in 1998, it was a grand looking game sporting an impressive array of Direct3D features like textured mapping and dramatic lighting effects. Players and stadiums were exquisitely rendered in glorious detail and became...
Nova Drift (Steam) Review

Nova Drift (Steam) Review

It’s sleek, it’s beautiful, looks great in the dark and loves to get it on fast and hard with no pretense for small talk whatsoever. If Nova Drift were a woman, it would be my dream date. Heck, it would be my dream wife. Succeeding where other...
Deep Space Anomaly (Steam) Review

Deep Space Anomaly (Steam) Review

Asteroids was one of the most popular coin-ops around, and perhaps the very first space shooter to successfully make the transition from the arcades to the home console. Now, roughly about 40 years after it was introduced to the home system, indie developer, DRM GMZ...
Turbo Grafx 16 Mini Console Announced

Turbo Grafx 16 Mini Console Announced

Not to be outdone by the Nintendo, Sony, and Sega, Konami is releasing their very own classic mini console, aptly named the Turbo Grafx-16 Mini. The mini will release first in Japan under the moniker PC Engine Mini, then to Europe with the North American market soon...