The Everdrive N8 is a simple to use Flash Kit solution for both the Nintendo Entertainment System and Family Computer. Designed by talented Flash Kit designer Krikzz, the Everdrive N8 joins a lineup...
Rogue Legacy is a rogue-lite adventure platformer developed by Cellar Door games and released on PC in 2013. The game was announced for PS3, PS4 and PSVita at Gamescom in 2013 and is now finally here,...
We, that is Kouen and Lasharus, recently got our hands on the GCW-Zero handheld, homebrew based console. In this write-up, we want to share our thoughts and impressions on the device as we go over its...
It's definitely been a bit of time since I took the wheel, but I'm back with another piece in the Games You SHOULDN'T Buy series. Up for discussion is a very controversial title from the Nintendo Wii Generation - panned by gamers yet praised by professional media, described as either a very good game in the Metroid franchise or a title that should never have even made publication. Yes, it's time to finally discuss that game, the odd man out in the franchise. Let's talk about Metroid: Other M. Before you jump the gun, please do read the article though and remember that I'm only one opinion.
In the latest news Jun 25, 2014, today IGN reported that Platinum Games announced that The Legend of Korra is coming out this fall. The game will start off between the second season and third of the show. In addition, the player will have the option to use all four of Korra elements throughout the game. The game will be available for the Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, 3DS, and Windows PC. Now as for the 3DS version of the game, that version is going to be turn-based strategy, so be on the look out for it.
I can't wait for this to come out, so I can play this on my PC. Platinum Games make such good known games like MadWorld, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, and Vanquish, so just by me saying those titles alone you already know this is going to be a great game. I can't wait to see what else they have in store beside Scalebound next year
The four part platforming game series created by Retroguru, based off the original DOS game, has been properly ported to the GCW Zero. The first game in the collection is a full remake of the original, complete with updated graphics and three extra stages. The newly ported games which let us explore and follow the life of Sqrxz through space, a girlfriend, an evil kidnapper, and eventually marriage. Sqrxz is a challenging series of games which will push your retro-gaming skills to their limits, through increasing levels of frustration. They are fun, rewarding, and worth a try.
Each game has been released as its own OPK file. Check the GCW Zero file repository for download links. Information about how to install OPK files can be found in our official review, as well as on the official WIKI article.
In an attempt to compete with newcomer Sony's Playstation, Nintendo released a little add on called the 64DD. No, it wasn't a Super Smash Bros. Bra, but rather a disc drive, which was meant to allow for different games to come to the console. Unfortunately for Nintendo, the thing failed to sell, and it ultimately never left Japan before being discontinued (disk-continued?). The fact that there were so few games for it probably didn't help.
Well, don't worry 64DD owners, because it seems that you have another game after all... sort of.