While hand drawn sprites are all the rage in the indie circuit, the digitized sprite, i.e, actual images of people scanned into the game, have yet to see any resurgence.
Love retro games? Already a member of Digital Press, Atari Age, and their ilk? Then you still have another option.
Ask almost any 30+ year old game developer where their career began, and undoubtedly it was with the introduction of the Commodore 64.
A super late release budget affair for the original PlayStation (sometime in 2003), this could be the sole piece of Easter-based gaming in the history of home consoles.
If you remember the likes of GamePro TV, then there's a chance you also caught an episode of Video Power (or two).
I'm not going to take away anyone's right to dislike a game, but this is a written piece that shows a wild divergence in how games are being critiqued in modern game media
How much do you believe a copy of Super Mario Bros. on the NES worth? On the open market, it's around a $1 if the cart is loose without a box or manual. To GameStop? It's worth $4, 325. Oh, and it's not guaranteed to wor...
Sadly, 2011 marks the final year for GamePro magazine, the publisher shuttering its pages after trying to go quarterly. A storied history had a beginning though, and it’s time to look back on where it started back ...
The manual for WWE 12 mentions THQ's Online Pass for their revamped wrestling effort, but something feels off, familiar even
It was 1986 when Midway launched Rampage into arcades, a year after Godzilla returned to US theaters in Godzilla 1985 and coinciding with the miserable King Kong Lives release
Flemington, New Jersey is on the map thanks to Space Invaders pro Richie Knucklez.
Loose copies can bring upwards of $13,000, a brand new, sealed copy hauling in a simply stunning $41,000 early in 2010.