Another World, also known as Out of This World in North America and Outer World in Japan, has been released via Steam in a special 20th anniversary edition [Read more…] about Another World – 20th Anniversary Edition hits Steam
Sports games, as you may very well know, are an immensely popular genre in the world of video games. Every year, the Madden series manages to sell a staggering amount of copies, arguably with very little changes from the year before. The same can also be said of the NHL, NBA, and MLB franchises. Yet, what about games based on less popular sports? Why is there not great attention paid to games based on bowling, paintball, and even fishing? Well, I’m here to explain the joys of Real Fishin’.
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If you attended a Canadian public school in the 1990’s, there’s a good chance you were exposed to the masterpiece that was Cross Country Canada. If you lived elsewhere, well, you’ll probably think that I’m stark raving mad.
Either way, read on and re-live the nostalgia/become educated about the greatest edutainment game of them all.
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Raptor: Call of the Shadows. A vertical, raster-based shooter, the game arrived in a decade that saw the “shoot-em-up” genre begin to wane in popularity.
So how was Cyngus Studio’s Raptor? How has it aged since it’s initial release in 1994? Read on, for the answers lie below!
In the last article of this series, we covered the hardware need to make a nice, budget gaming computer. But now that we’ve selected all the parts we need, where do we go from here?
In this article, we’ll go over all the software you’ll need to get that gaming PC up and running. More specifically, we’ll cover DOS emulation, and organizing your retro game collection into a TV-friendly experience.
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