Go 8-Bit – now Gone 8-bit

Dave (The UK TV channel with an interesting name) has only just gone and cancelled video game TV show / torment the ‘D’ list celebrities who have never played a video game in their life’ Dara O Briain’s Go 8 Bit after just three series. Ironically the information first came from the Dave Twitter account,… Read More Go 8-Bit – now Gone 8-bit

N64 Classic Mini – more rumours abound of incoming device

Like it or loath it, the Nintendo 64 was one of the most iconic consoles of the 90s running alongside the PlayStation and ‘the also ran’ by Sega. As a result the mini incarnation of this classic console has been on everyone’s wish list since the NES first came out.. Now last year we saw… Read More N64 Classic Mini – more rumours abound of incoming device

The Internet Archive increases it’s arcade

I think by now everyone knows The Internet Archive quiet well. Acting as a custodian for once forgotten documents, sites and software from the earliest days of computing, the site keeps growing day by day. Now their collection of working arcade machines that run in the browser, has gotten a new upgrade in its 4th year.… Read More The Internet Archive increases it’s arcade

So about the PlayStation Classic having PSN functionality..?

With the PlayStation Classic’s reveal to the public last week, we also got to see 5 of the 20 games that would be included in the £89.99 package. While no real complaints have come from the games included so far, questions are being raised on social media regarding the systems functionality with the wider Playstation… Read More So about the PlayStation Classic having PSN functionality..?

Mao Mao Castle – AsobiTech’s genius shines through

This game….. this game.. is mental!! I don’t mean that in a bad way, I haven’t experienced anything quite as colourful and crazy as this since Kao’s Flying Squadron back on my Mega-CD. Which I have played to death to the point of always choosing stage 8 as my favourite. This mini beast of a… Read More Mao Mao Castle – AsobiTech’s genius shines through