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Yes, the Complete SNES is getting an official second printing and I will be adding over 100 extra pages and a few more updates. The biggest part will be Super Famicom games that’s don’t require knowing Japanese to enjoy. The … Continue reading
Alwa’s Awakening►http://store.steampowered.com/app/549260 🔽🔽A little story about the conception of Alwa’s Awakening🔽🔽 Alwa’s Awakening has a story that begins in 2014, when one person, Mikael, had the dreams to create a video game. The Dream stemmed from an evening playing NES … Continue reading
Here is a list of games that have all made it to multiple list. I’ve just never done anything with all these idea. It was high time to pull the trigger. These are a few of the games I thought … Continue reading
Here we have a list of fantastic ports that are PREFECT for traveling, or at home consumption. Overall we notice the games that are zoomed in a bit to make things function properly, and cut down on sprite flicker. So … Continue reading
Every year I get the new 8-Bit Xmas cartridge, which is a fully lighted up Xmas card complete with a new NES homebrew game. This year the game is an awesome little single screen platformer where you control presents trying … Continue reading
Ghost Blade on the Sega Dreamcast is a Vertical Style Shoot ’em Up aka Shmup published by Hucast Games. Is this just another cookie cutter homebrew game or does this stand out about the rest?