Highly recommend checking out The Gaming Muso’s review of the Tiger Afterburner LCD table top game, which was marketed over in the UK under Granstand (Because changing the company name obvisiously removes the links to the previous industry reviews at the time..) Oh and do subscribe and give this guy your Patreon support! It’s well… Read More Tiger Afterbuner LCD review
Right now as I write this oddly enough, I’m in a dark room. The light switch is just feet away yet I cannot be bothered to switch it on.. You see at this point I’ve been hammering game after game on Jon Robertson’s open access game ‘The Dark Room’, named after his live show which… Read More Find the light switch… Jon Robertson’s live show get’s its game on!
Join Mark in this review of the Sinclair ZX Vega Plus as I share my thoughts and experiences after spending one week with the troubled Indiegogo funded device from Retro Computers Limited. Personally I think Retro Computers Ltd, cut corners (and fingers) by using cheaper plastics and avoiding using clickable buttons, which would have… Read More Even Mark couldn’t fix this! – The Sinclair Vega+ Review
Following on from yesterday’s review of Bart’s Nightmare, comes proof that all licenced games are not always a quick cash in of the licence. So how did Krusty’s Super Fun House avoid the pit of licencing fumbles that hit the likes of Total Recall, Untouchables, and more importantly how did it become a better game… Read More [REVIEW] Krusty’s Super Fun House – Super Nintendo
Welcome to minigame hell! No.. not Sonic Shuffle, or Warioware, we’re going the the aptly named Bart’s Nightmare this week. The premise is fairly simple and very much styled like an early series episode. Bart falls asleep while writing a paper for school, and everything takes place in his dreams. Now given this was after… Read More [REVIEW] Bart’s Nightmare – Super Nintendo