Sleeping Gods Lie was released in 1989 by Empire, a large software company in the UK that would go on to be a prolific developer and publisher of PC games […]
Today, thirty years ago, the Commodore Amiga trickled out paving the way for a dynasty of tech renowned for doing things such as powering early VR rigs to providing a playground for devs […]
Atari’s golden years may have been behind it by the time 1989 rolled around. Their focus had shifted towards their PC offerings and near the end of 1989, would come out […]
You have been selected for a top secret mission that will take you across the Solar System. Details on cassette (transcript provided).
It was 1989, a year of big changes in Europe with the fall of the Berlin Wall and what seemed to be a rolling end to Communism in Eastern Europe. […]
Cinemaware set out to dominate the eyeballs and imaginations of players with movie-like graphics and cinematics filling the moments in between shots of gameplay. Disks were labeled “reels” and were […]
Konami already had something of a history with beat ’em ups by the time 1993 rolled around and they had released Batman Returns for the Super Nintendo System and the […]