18/10/2017

☆ The Copyright Madness Of "The Revenge Of Shinobi" ☆

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Back in 1989 SEGA released the awesome SEGA Megadrive video game entitled Revenge Of Shinobi and it rocked!

Do you remember playing this awesome retro game from back in the day?

Do you remember that SEGA were treading on some mega shaky ground at the time with the use of not just one character outside of the SEGA world but 4 characters that were definitely not theirs to use!?

17/10/2017

☆ Sometimes The First Video Game In A Series Remains The Best ☆ #Retrogaming

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Have you ever played a video game that is so pure and perfect that any further iteration of that game would only ruin it?



Well I’m guessing that you have all played the game that I’m thinking of and you may disagree with my thoughts but in my opinion the first in the long running series is still by far and away the best in the series.



The series has had around 13 games released since the first game was released in August 1991 and that ’91 version is still the best.

16/10/2017

☆ First Look: See you on the Other Side "Into Darkness" ☆ #GameDev

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See You on the Other Side is a game that is currently a work in progress by Danish studio Tunnel Vision Games, Pang Man was lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the game in action at EGX REZZED 2017 and Tunnel Vision were kind enough to send us a test build to peruse.

15/10/2017

☆ Stranger Things The Game "8 Bit Awesomeness!" ☆ #Retrogaming

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A while back there was a short YouTube video that showed a mock up of a 8bit style Stranger Things video game and the whole world went 

“oooh that looks awesome! Stranger Things would make a great video game!”

We ran an article just after that video came out which looked at TV shows that would make great games and of course Stranger Things popped up.

Now fast forward to October 2017 and there is a Stranger Things mobile game!

14/10/2017

☆ Review: SpaceBOUND "Why Ever Leave the Planet?" ☆

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Oh no, there is blood everywhere! They’re both dead again…and…I really don’t care.
The trailer exclaimed it perfectly: prepare to die a lot, and I have to give them points for honest advertising.