I did this last year and had a pretty good time doing a write-up for each game I finished. I have a huge backlog, and it just keeps getting bigger and bigger as time goes on. Last summer I wanted to try to weed out that list as much as possible. I had games that I’d left half unfinished, games I knew I would be buying…
Greetings TAY readers, I wanted to share with you all a very special project I have been slaving away at for the better part of 2016. But first let’s rewind to 2010.
Combining the regime management of Game Dev Story, the personal upkeep stress of The Sims and the Tamagotchi, and the pixel graphics and witty-but-kinda-hipstery pop-culture-reference-a-palooza of (and I’m just ball-parking here) probably around 92% of Steam’s indie gaming catalog is Punch Club, a game about...well,…
Final Fantasy Tactics is an odd duck. It was dropped face-first onto Planet Earth in mid-1997, only six months after Final Fantasy VII arrived, and it represented Squaresoft’s first and only (at least for a while) foray into the tactical/strategic genre. It came fully loaded with most of the stock late-90’s-Squaresoft…
Twenty five years ago, there were lines forming up around Akihabara and bit all over Japan. The 16-bit upgrade for Nintendo’s Famicom was here.
It is with immense pleasure I bring you all today the final release of my insane 187 track Mega Man tribute project.
There’s been something missing in the technological drive that underlies video game development.
Welcome to a very unexpected second episode of BetaMax, your one stop TAY show all about game sin development. It’s ok if you don’t remember the first episode, I just don’t have many devs sending me press builds for me to take a spin. So... this is a TAY exclusive!
Hey all, I like old video games, I can still go back and play games like KOTOR. I would love to play “The Witcher” but is it actually fun? I’ve heard you don’t need to play it in order to get the story, which is fine, but if it’s fun then it’s probably worth my time. If not I’ll just skip it and play numbah 2.…
Backlogs, We all have them. Whether it be TV shows, video games, anime, books, or any other hobby you could be interested in. We all have things we wish we had time for. And I have decided to make that list a little bit shorter each day. Last time, I beat Wolfenstein: The New Order. Today I’m reviewing and comparing…
I have a huge backlog, and it just keeps getting bigger and bigger as time goes on. This summer I wanted to try to weed out that list as much as possible. I had games that I’d left half unfinished, games I knew I would be buying and beating ASAP, multiple platforms to manage, and of course Humble Bundle and Steam…
July 23, 1985. Please standby for the presentation of the new Amiga 1000 from Commodore Business Machines.
As if I really needed any excuse to replay Squaresoft’s Super Nintendo classic.
This week on Nostalgia Trip, Turok: Dinosaur Hunter. The game where you play as a Native American as you fight hunters, dinosaurs, aliens, cyborgs, and the bastard known as fog.
Got a bunch of cartridge games that are being stupid-heads and not working? I’ve found the secret to fixing them once and for all. Follow my step-by-step guide and you’ll be able to take pretty much any shit-condition video game and make it work like new.
Playing retro games or remakes on a current-gen console can be a saddening experience. Games like Mario 64 or Guardian Heroes just don’t feel right without the controllers they were designed for. KADE aims to remedy that with a single box, but can they?
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Fighting games tell stories that are the soap operas of video games.
...until the year ends if all things go smoothly! At least in the US, unsure about Europe. But here is the latest trailer for the queen of crowd founding.