The GPD XD Tech Review

Real Talk By: Rickayyyyy

I’m sure many of you have used an emulator before, either on a computer or on your phone. Both have their downsides: some games can be challenging to emulate on a phone, and you usually have to get a USB controller for your computer.  However, there recently has been a solution that solves all of those problems.  Imagine a handheld device that looks like a DS from afar, and on it you can play essentially any game made for many of your favorite systems. Continue reading “The GPD XD Tech Review”

Namco Museum Review: A Fresh Angle

Real Talk By: KJ

Namco brings us another compilation of Arcade classics, this time on Nintendo’s Switch hardware.  A Digital-only release found within the eshop at a $29.99 pricing.  Legions of gamers have played many of these included countless times over.  Dumped quarters into various cabinets.  Made Arcade (and Laundromat) owners happy, all-the-while hanging with good buddies.  So, what incentive is there to go back again? Continue reading “Namco Museum Review: A Fresh Angle”

Bubsy In: Claws Encounters of the Furred Kind Retro Review (SNES)

Real Talk By: Ms. Throwback

Bubsy is a series of video games, the first of which was released in 1993 by the name of “Bubsy in Claws Encounters of the Furred Kind”.  It was a multi-platform release Sega Genesis, SNES, and was later released under a different name for Microsoft Windows.  I reviewed this game on the SNES but all versions of the game are essentially the same. Continue reading “Bubsy In: Claws Encounters of the Furred Kind Retro Review (SNES)”

Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers Review: Another Round

Real Talk By: KJ

The Switch Library at this point is still growing.  Fortunately there’s a solid amount of Old School Fighting Games available in the Eshop.  Next-up comes Capcom’s newest entry in their wildly-respected series.  It has Launched, but at a price tag of $40.  Is Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers worth it? Let’s get down to business.
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The Disney Afternoon Collection Review: Cartridge-Free Zone

Real Talk By: Haggy

I’ve always appreciated the idea of making collection titles like this.  It’s a nice way of keeping older games in the minds of fans, making sure there’s always an easier way to play. For example if you no longer have a Nintendo Entertainment System, this works out great. Continue reading “The Disney Afternoon Collection Review: Cartridge-Free Zone”

Duke Nukem 3D: World Tour Review: A Blast From The Past

Real Talk By: Haggy

Audio Version Available On Soundcloud

Recently, I’ve gotten my hands on Duke Nukem 3D. Strange considering it’s 2016, right? Well, to commemorate it’s 20th anniversary, Gearbox, along with Nerve Software, have brought about a ‘remastered’ version with World Tour. With it, they’ve remade the maps to proper 3D, Cleaned up the audio from the original, tweaked the controls, and even added an entirely new episode. Continue reading “Duke Nukem 3D: World Tour Review: A Blast From The Past”