Aaron's taking another look at some Retro USB Controllers! This time, three controllers from Tomee! Are they worth your money or are they crap?
The Save Files are back! And this time, Aaron from Leviathyn.com is kicking ass all over River City with the help of a friend in River City Ransom for the NES!
Aaron from Leviathyn.com takes a look at several retro USB controllers available from Amazon.com. Was it a better deal than what he could find at his local game store? Part 1 of 2.
Today is part 2 of the Power Rangers Video Game Retrospective here on Gaming with Killatia and this time we are taking a look at the Sega published fighting game on the Genesis!
Dig it, you crazy cats and kittens. You have entered the Indie Café, where the underground is given the floor. Way, way back when most of us were either little babies or not even a thought yet, the Sega Genesis was released in 1989 and titles like Super Hang-On, Strider and other big arcade hits at the time were the reason you bought a Sega Genesis.
If you were a third-party developer for Nintendo back in the days of the NES, there were a few simple rules you had to follow. First, like all jealous lovers, Nintendo wanted a committed, monogamous relationship. No wandering eyes to those other competing platforms of the time owned by rivals with names like “Sega”, “Atari”, or “NEC”. If you wanted to make Nintendo games, then by God, you were
King’s Field was released in February in the US but one of our editors decided he needed sleep more than he needed work, so we had to move this feature to March to celebrate the game’s UK launch. Said editor has become 200% more productive since we cut off his eyelids, and we apologize for the inconvenience to our readers.
Shawn Long of GAMINGtruth takes on the third installment into the 'Games that could have been Great' series. What's he taking on this week? Castlevania:Judgment.