When arcades were fixtures at the local mall, fighting dragons and saving a kingdom from destruction was only a brass token away. Those were truly magical times. Black Tiger, or […]
For gamers that grew up with Mega Man, the success of the Mighty No. 9 Kickstarter is something of a huge vindication for their love of the Mega Man series. […]
SSI explored their license with TSR and the developers they published for were not shy about experimenting with different kinds of approaches to their properties. With Dragonlance, they not only […]
The art actually came from the box set of the “Classic” Dungeons & Dragons boardgame version released in 1994. An earlier version, with a different dragon but similar arrangement (sans […]
The late eighties and early nineties saw an explosion of AD&D licensed video games as computer game developer, SSI, reaped the benefits via its series of “Gold Box” RPGs. These […]
Magic Sword arrived in arcades in 1990 and parted more than a few brass tokens from my pocket. It is, at its heart, a hack ‘n slashers side-scrolling paradise pitting […]
GRIN’s Bionic Commando is the sequel to the old school NES head buster that can almost make you wish that you were playing that instead.
Resident Evil 5′s survival horror plunges into the African wilderness, delivering a monster mash that newcomers and veterans can get into both off and online.
According to IGN, it looks like SFIV is going to have a slew of optional costumes available, the same ones that could be purchased with in-game currency earned on the […]
Kotaku reports that Capcom has changed the box art for the SF4 CE to something “more cool”, but that’s not what’s interesting about the packages pictured here (images from Kotaku […]