Wow did I not expect to like Cat Quest, I’ll just start off with that! It’s crazy because simply from the “box art” this game looks like your typical indie game with flash-style cartoon graphics, however this is definitely a case of being fooled by the box art…
While the C64 Mini has been out for a bit now, it is only recently that I have gotten one of my own. This was mainly because I found out that, through frequent updates from the creators, you can now add your own games, as well as modify existing games to do various things!
Here are a few of the features that really have me excited with the C64 Mini…
VGBS returns and this one’s an absolute, all-time favorite of ours. It’s definitely been on our episode bucket list since the inception of the cast…So get your Trejo-Abobo stache ready and join us as we dive headlong into the turf of Double Dragon II: The Revenge for the NES! Continue reading
While I haven’t posted as much as usual, I’m still around! With getting Hidden Gaming Gems ready for printing, and working a ton of hours during my day job, updates have been few and far between here. Here are a few things happening right now: Continue reading
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Brand new NES games are something that I truly enjoy about gaming nowadays. As time goes on, and people become more and more talented, the quality of releases has steadily increased. Fast forward to Retro-Bit and their newest release on the Nintendo Entertainment System, Holy Diver. Originally released on the Nintendo Famicom in 1989, Retro-Bit and CastleMania Games (who I purchased the game through), have truly outdone themselves with this worldwide release. But what’s in the box!?
BS Homework returns! Join us in the 16-bit trenches as we go behind enemy lines and infiltrate the inner workings of Rambo III for the Sega Genesis… Continue reading