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By RON, 23 Feb 2014

Back in 1996, SNK Playmore did something magical that revived my perspective about platformers when they introduced the Metal Slug series. Since then, I’ve been playing every single release to M

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    There are a lot of varieties on the infamous Tetris formula. Games of many shapes have found a way to adapt blocks and puzzles into their own thing, such as Bust-a-Move and Columns

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    Developer Ocean once was a powerhouse that grabbed any brand it could as fast as possible. Like EA in the present day, they burst out game after game, but with quite a low success

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    By Daavpuke, Posted 15 Jul 2010

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    By fishdalf, Posted 30 May 2009

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    Metal Slug 3

    By RON, Posted 23 Feb 2014

    Back in 1996, SNK Playmore did something magical that revived my perspective about platformers when they introduced the Metal Slug series. Since then, I’ve been playing every

  • 0

    Retro Review: Jazz Jackrabbit 2

    By Degtyarev, Posted 13 Aug 2011

    Most games are best left alone after a certain amount of time has passed. Replaying your old favourites may often result in disillusion, as the warm and fuzzy tingling of nostalgia

  • 0

    High Speed

    By Daavpuke, Posted 15 Jul 2010

    Zooming into fifth gear easily, High Speed is yet another game published by Rare on the NES. Back in the day, Rare used to bring out a slew of games, and so they built themselves u

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    Battle Chess

    By fishdalf, Posted 30 May 2009

    Battle Chess has been quoted as “a chess game for people who don’t like chess” and that sums it up perfectly. Bringing each piece to life by adding comical animat

  • 0

    Crack Down

    By Daavpuke, Posted 30 Jul 2010

    Crack Down is a top-down action shooter, like a modern Gauntlet, released on Sega Mega Drive in 1990. Raise your hand if you thought this was going to be a recent Xbox 360 release.

  • 0

    The Legend Of Prince Valiant

    By Daavpuke, Posted 05 Aug 2010

    Developer Ocean once was a powerhouse that grabbed any brand it could as fast as possible. Like EA in the present day, they burst out game after game, but with quite a low success

  • 0

    Alundra

    By Daavpuke, Posted 15 Oct 2010

    An elf with pointy ears and a sword, going about a forest rich environment slaying orcs and other weird creatures, where have we seen that before? Alundra is an RPG-adventure story

  • 0

    Magical Drop (PSone Classics - Japanese Import)

    By Daavpuke, Posted 04 Nov 2011

    There are a lot of varieties on the infamous Tetris formula. Games of many shapes have found a way to adapt blocks and puzzles into their own thing, such as Bust-a-Move and Columns

  • 0

    Dezaemon Kids! (PSone Classics - Japanese Import)

    By azn_pride, Posted 04 Nov 2011

    It’s rare to see titles that implement a do-it-yourself creation tool, much less one that revolves around shoot-em-ups. This alone gives gamers the opportunity to add their u

  • 0

    Ikaruga

    By fishdalf, Posted 04 Dec 2011

    Originally released as an arcade game in 2001, Ikaruga garnered high praise from critics as the spiritual successor to Treasure’s much-loved Radiant Silvergun and quickly bec

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