To be honest, I didn’t expect this series to be made backwards compatible for a while. So it’s a pleasant surprise today to find Microsoft dropping the news that the original, and it’s sequels Crysis 2 and 3 (but not Crysis Warhead) have all made the jump to XBox one via Backwards Compatibility. Crysis was… Read More Crysis 1,2 and 3 all backwards compatible on Xbox one
Sega has confirmed the delay the 2018-announced Mega Drive Mini (I would’ve gone with ‘Mini-Drive’) to a new release date somewhere in 2019. According to the company press release, while the device was in development for commercial release in 2018, the response to its announcement was considerably larger than Sega had predicted overseas, which as… Read More Megadrive Mini delayed..
So in just a week after The Internet Archive dropped the bomb on the support for classic arcade emulation and made several titles available for play. It appears the C64 is getting the next emulation treatment with even more titles available to play right now through the site. Here’s the tweet that announced their progress:… Read More C64 games surface on the Internet Archive
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
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..?