Ludum Dare is a contest that’s currently held three times a year that challenges game devs of any experience to create a game in 48 hours based around a specific […]
It’s no secret today that Nintendo and Sony started working together on a project in 1988 to create a CD-ROM attachment for the upcoming Super Famicom, the Famicom’s successor which […]
There’s not a lot that I can say about Pac-Man that 35 years of interviews, play throughs, record breaking events, and re-releases haven’t already covered. In short: Pac-Man is an […]
Sega’s position as an arcade icon was firmly established by a series of memorable hits ranging from After Burner to Space Harrier — fast, exciting titles that promised to deliver as […]
The sequel to SNK’s 1991 beat ’em up, Sengoku, was a huge leap from their previous efforts. It was also 1993, an age in the life of the arcade, and […]
Friday the 13th was a popular slasher film series from the 80s starring legendary uber villain and hockey mask aficionado, Jason Voorhees, who, no matter what the Crystal Lake campers […]
It’s been 20 years since Chrono Trigger landed in Japan on this calendar date and for those that remember their halcyon days spent on the SNES with it, is regarded […]
Data East dives back into the dungeon as an evil wizard threatens the world. It’s up to the heroes from the Empire of Gaul to save everyone. And no, they don’t really mean France.
Dark Seal from Data East takes players on a grand adventure to close an evil door and save the world!
This gem appeared in the arcades in 1990. Designed by a company called V-System in Japan, the game was distributed in the United States by the American Sammy Corporation in […]