Once again, I’m taking you on a trip to look at some of the best-selling games for the Nintendo Game Boy, 25 years ago.
Nintendo’s latest instalment in The Legend of Zelda has been the subject of almost unanimous acclaim since it’s release. But for me, Breath of The Wild is the fulfilment of a promise that was given three decades ago.
The Splatoon 2 Global Testfire is here, and immediately after the first session, I thought I would lay down a few thoughts, just as I did with the original Splatoon in 2015!
This week, you are going to see the second instalment of my quest to cover every single Super FX game ever released – Yes, you and I are about to take the wheel in Stunt Race FX.
One of the lovely little things about the Mega Drive that made me smile was booting up a game and seeing different variations of the SEGA logo. Sure, some were relatively boring renditions of the company’s logo, but some developers went absolutely insane with this seconds-long intros and there are hundreds of variations. Here are
Recently, several viewers have contacted me to ask if I had a Patreon, and to tell you the truth, it’s something I’ve been hesitant to do. I don’t want to give the impression that I am begging for money. I’ve put a fair amount of money over the years into making videos about games, and
So far, despite some early adopters experiencing the standard teething problems that every piece of modern tech falls foul of, the Nintendo Switch is a wonderful device with some potential. But after some solid time with my system, I feel that there is some real room for improvement, to make the system an easier sell
When it came to the home versions, many of these secrets were retained, but the was one port that featured something no other version of the game had – A secret and entirely unique finishing move called the Fergality, that was only found in the Mega Drive port!