Dan takes a look at 16-bit adventure Flashback and discusses it’s technical accomplishments, it’s fist gnawing difficulty and the very English tendency towards masochism. Plus jungle mutants.
When Pascal was a kid, everybody had to walk to school in the snow, uphill – both ways! Oh, and play unbelievably great games like Square’s ultimate masterpiece, FInal Fantasy VI.
Are text-based games secretly plotting a coup de tat from behind the scenes, to usurp all power and rule the world? No, but they could be making a comeback nonetheless.
Chad sets sail on the Tides of Darkness and fondly looks back on the bloodshed that was Warcraft II.
In Well Played’s very first second episode, Sebastian, Armand, Chad, and Pascal take on (and take apart) the cult mock-horror PS2 title Deadly Premonition and PC classic X-Com.
Martin takes a look back at the game that changed his life forever: Super Mario World.
The roots of the RPG are available again! AND THERE WAS MUCH REJOICING!
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, Martin played one of the greatest Star Wars videogame series ever made. But did this once-celebrated series disappear during the Great Purge, or is it hiding out on the planet of Dagobah waiting to one day bring balance back to the Force?
Legend of Grimrock is the debut game by indie developer Almost Human. The game fuses classic dungeon crawl RPGs with modern graphics and UIs, promising a much anticipated experience for fans of old-school gaming. We asked the developers some of the questions burning in our yearning hearts!
Chad sits down for a few pints with the myriad bizarre patrons of the titular watering hole.
A new Contra-like PC game promising a retro gaming experience with enough modern touches to make it suitable for gamers from all generations.
Chad takes a look back at the games based on Raymond E. Feist’s fantasy novels set in the world of Midkemia.
It’s plenty of 8-bit wall-clinging and wing-flapping in this instalment of Instant Replay.
Chad reminisces about the hair-pulling Post-Traumatic Stress Simulator/Tactical RPG Tactics Ogre.
A roguelike for the rest of us, Dungeons of Dredmor is an addictive dungeon crawl at an unbeatable low price.
What is best in life? To crush your enemies, see them driven before you, and to play videogames featuring everyone’s favorite barbarian!
News of Good Old Games!
It is by will alone I set my keyboard in motion. It is by coffee that thoughts acquire speed…
The building of a dynasty.