In the Spotlight: Double Dash Studios

In the Spotlight: Double Dash Studios

Earlier this month we reviewed Sky Racket, an unconventional, and yet so addicting shoot’em up from indie developer, Double Dash Studios. In fact, it has been one of our most played games so far. This month, we got a chance to interview the men behind the...
A Look Back: Gamepro 1989

A Look Back: Gamepro 1989

Take a walk back to 1989 where we crack open the retro vault and pull out a vintage copy of the October edition of GamePro Magazine. For many, the mid and late 80s heralded several milestones including the stateside release of Dragon Warriors for the NES, the release...
Sky Racket (Steam) Review

Sky Racket (Steam) Review

Sky Racket is one of the most refreshing games I’ve played in the last few months, a mix of sheer enjoyment and curious lapses, and yet, I can’t stop playing. How best to describe it? Imagine playing a shoot ’em up like Gundemonium Recollection crafted in a world...
A Look Back: Diehard GameFan November 1996

A Look Back: Diehard GameFan November 1996

The biggest gaming buzz around the industry was the anticipated release of the Nintendo 64. Early screenshots of Yoshi’s Island 64, F-Zero 64, Zelda 64DD, and of course Mario 64 had the Nintendo crowd at a near frenzy and were the most sought after titles going...
Looking Back: Montgomery Ward’s Electric Avenue

Looking Back: Montgomery Ward’s Electric Avenue

Ah, Montgomery Wards. The only store I remembered that had canned sardines, Cup o’ Noodles and socks that cost under a buck. Let’s face it if you did any shopping there, you weren’t exactly getting top tier stuff. But they did have one thing going...