The modern classic has been given a fresh coat of paint – But can Criterion’s NFS reboot go the distance over a decade later?
This month (in 2002), buy a real life Pikmin. Yes, really. Sort of.
This month (in 1997), the gaming world gets a bit excited that Capcom can count to the number 3!
Welcome to something new, for 2022. Being just one person (with a full-time job and family!), I am never going to be able to post up to date news here at PugHoofGaming. So, with that in mind, I’m going to be posting old news. Every month you can expect a look at the gaming news
The red battery indicator. That text at the top of the screen, that says; “Dot Matrix With Stereo Sound”. The speaker grille in the bottom right. The Nintendo Gameboy is everything to those of us who were there and continues to be just as iconic to younger generations of videogame players who weren’t. Can you
A lot of systems have carried the Game Boy name. It’s a brand that weathered the changing tastes of video game players for over two decades. Whilst some may prefer the classic DMG model or even the Color – It’s the GBA line that holds a dear place in my heart. It was one of
As the Nintendo Switch launched in 2017, I made the decision to preorder a system for launch day. And I was happy and had no idea I’d ever feel disappointed with the Nintendo Switch. But that’s changed, and I’m trying to figure out why.
When you think about it, game controllers are the most important thing about video games. After all, if you haven’t got a jump button, how is Mario going to jump? Without that Start button, you’d just be endlessly watching Street Fighter II’s attract screens. So yeah, pads are important, right? Glad you agree.
Video games are referred to by many detractors as being a huge waste of time. Obviously, I disagree; but I counter with the fact that in reality, video games are more like a huge waste of plastic. Seriously, think about the amount of plastic and silicon that has been dumped in landfills over the years
Earlier this year, the World Health Organisation (WHO) announced plans to add video game addiction as a recognised mental health condition under the latest round of International Classification of Diseases, which was released last week, prompting all manner of kneejerk reports and reactions, including a particularly controversial headline from the BBC: “I spend 20+ hours