Archive for the ‘Retro’ Category

OUYA – Is it worth buying an one in 2019?

OUYA: Is it worth buying an one in 2019? I take a look at this dead console, and I also understood it to be brand new, but GAME sold me a return! Huh? Check out my OUYA vlog below: Dom RobinsonReviewer of movies, videogames and music since 1994. Aortic valve operation survivor from the same […]

Burger Time and Karate Champ Mini Arcade – My Arcade gameplay

Burger Time and Karate Champ are now available as 6″ machines from Data East, and like the previous similar machines, they’re the NES ROMs rather than the original arcade games, but are they still any good? Dom RobinsonReviewer of movies, videogames and music since 1994. Aortic valve operation survivor from the same year. Running […]

Escape on VIC-20 – The DVDfever Review

Escape is a new game for the VIC-20. Yes, the Commodore VIC-20, a home computer released in 1981, and the precursor to the Commodore 64, but while the machine was discontinued in January 1985, there’s still a vibrant home market for this and other computers and consoles of the era. It’s a simple affair of […]

The C64 Mini – The DVDfever Review – Commodore 64

The C64 Mini is to the Commodore 64 home computer what devices like the Atari Flashback is to the Atari 2600 – a collection of games in one unit which make it easy to plug and play. Developed by Retro Games Ltd, what you’ll get is a 50% scale replica of the original C64, is […]

Play Expo 2017 – The DVDfever Review

Play Expo 2017 saw another two full days of gaming and cosplay, plus some talks I wish I could’ve gone to, particularly the panel for Andy Remic’s Memoirs of a Spectrum Addict, but it clashed with the Cosplay Masquerade on the Sunday, and for me, that’s the pièce de résistance of the whole event and […]

Die Hard Trilogy on PSone – The DVDfever Review

Die Hard Trilogy: Welcome to the party pal! We are now in December and if you love it or hate it, Christmas is almost here. To some that means: family, gifts, a religious holiday or time for overeating to the point of throwing up; but to me it means it’s time to break out Die […]

Play Expo 2016 – The DVDfever Review

Play Expo 2016 – another two days of gaming and cosplay, and so much fun that, once again, as the second day ended, I wanted to hide under a table and go where all the games go, as I like to imagine that there’s another location where the Manchester event continues for another five days… […]

Final Fight One on Gameboy Advance – The DVDfever Review

Final Fight One is developed and published by Capcom. I feel like I don’t need to introduce them to you all but I will say that they have made and still make big hits. However, I will say one title which has influenced many is that of Final Fight. Like so many early releases, this […]

Darius II on Sega Saturn – The DVDfever Review

Darius II was developed by Taito who were pivotal in the early stages of video games releasing hits like Bubble Bobble and Space Invaders. The sequel to Darius, this was originally an arcade only game, but through popular demand found itself being ported to cater for the Eastern audiences. So, 7 years after its original […]

Atari Vault on PC – The DVDfever Review

Atari Vault brings together 100 of their own games from the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s, 82 on the Atari VCS 2600, and 18 in their original arcade form, including a few in both format. You can’t fault the value of this package – you get 100 games for a penny under 15 quid – that’s […]

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