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Wednesday24th Apr 2019

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Tuesday16th Apr 2019

  • News A Spiritual Successor To 1080° Snowboarding Might Be In The Pipeline

    We'll take ten...eighty

    Back during the Nintendo 64 generation, Nintendo EAD released Wave Race 64 and then followed it up a few years later with the extreme sports title 1080° Snowboarding. A second installment called 1080° Avalanche (developed by NST) was then published for the GameCube in 2003. Since then, Nintendo’s done pretty much nothing...

Monday15th Apr 2019

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Wednesday3rd Apr 2019

Tuesday2nd Apr 2019

  • Feature Your Beloved Games Console Is Slowly But Surely Dying

    Parts failure. Power issues. Creepy-crawlies. Your system is under attack

    "Everything put together falls apart" is the kind of sage-like adage that you often hear elderly relatives offering up over the dining table in-between moaning about Brexit and discussing the weather, and is a phrase most people under the age of 30 will surely dismiss out of...

  • News Don't Expect A Saturn Mini Anytime Soon, Says Sega

    "It may be possible in 10 years"

    Sega may be playing catch-up with Nintendo when it comes to the whole micro-console business, but the news that the Mega Drive Mini would finally be hitting store shelves later this year has been met with a positive reaction – mostly because emulation expert M2 is involved. Given that Nintendo followed up the NES...

Wednesday27th Mar 2019

Tuesday26th Mar 2019

  • Random Someone Cloned Axelay On The NES, Because Why Not

    Seriously impressive stuff

    It never ceases to amaze us how far modern-day developers can push retro hardware. From elaborate tech demos to fully-fledged ports, programmers are willing to push vintage systems to the absolute limit, forcing them to produce visuals that, back in the day, would have been unthinkable. Take the work of French developer...

Monday25th Mar 2019

Saturday23rd Mar 2019

Friday22nd Mar 2019