Soul Calibur VI PC (Steam) Review

Soul Calibur VI PC (Steam) Review

If you weren’t impressed with Soul Calibur on the Dreamcast, then you need to spend just a few minutes in the presence of Soul Calibur VI on the PC – because after that, you’ll be a devout believer. This virtuoso weapons fighting game makes other...
Bubsy: Paws on Fire (Steam) Review

Bubsy: Paws on Fire (Steam) Review

Despite being relatively new on the PC front, the first Bubsy game enjoyed mass appeal on the original Super Nintendo system. It had all the characteristics of a good platformer: accurate controls, fun and unique characters, a wacky subplot, and great level design. In...
Way Back Wednesday: Remembering Astal for the Sega Saturn

Way Back Wednesday: Remembering Astal for the Sega Saturn

Astal was the first 2D 32-bit game I had ever seen in motion. It was shown at a gaming convention in Los Angeles in 1995 and I remember spending most of my time gawking at it and thinking to myself that a tidal wave of Saturn games was going to wash over me in the...
Our God of War Statue / Diorama

Our God of War Statue / Diorama

Here is our personal God of War diorama set that we have showcased in our office. Our spartan warrior, Kratos, stands slightly over 2 (two) feet tall and the lithograph wall scroll just a little over 4 (four) feet in height. We purchased the entire set at a local toy...
A Look Back: Babbage’s 1991 Gaming Catalog

A Look Back: Babbage’s 1991 Gaming Catalog

Before Gamestop, before Software Etc, before Electronic Boutique, there was only one place die-hard gamers in the early ’90s purchased their gaming goodness. That was Babbage’s. Let’s take a look back at a typical catalog from a now defunct, but...