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Are you a fan of Double Fine’s Broken Age? Are you eagerly appreciating the second half of the game, but are wanting to play more now? Did you perhaps want the game to be a little more retro? If you answered yes to those question, head on after the break to see how to activate the games “Retro Mode”.
Broderbund, the company which brought you such games as Prince of Persia, the Guardian Legend, and Carmen Sandiego, has found a new home for it’s archives.
Originally planned for a 1994 release, the SNES CD-ROM started its life as a partnership project with Sony. However, due to licencing disagreements, Nintendo dropped the partnership and turned to Sony’s rival, Phillips. Alas, unfortunately for Nintendo, the only thing that came of it was Sony’s eventual entrance into the console market.
Zelda is one of those properties that fans love to port, remake, and create homebrew sequels for. Heck, we’ve even seen other games hacked into being a Zelda game. It should then come to no surprise, of course, that the NES original has found its way to the Oculus Rift.
Grim Fandango is, perhaps, LucasArts greatest adventure game. Written by Tim Schafer, the game was released in 1998 to critical affair. While the games Day of the Dead inspired world remains fresh and exciting, the game notably employs the infamous tank control system. However, fear not, a modder has come to your rescue.
Once called the “new entertainment standard” by Bill Gates, the original 7th Guest was an interactive movie puzzle adventure game released in 1994, and was one of the first games to be a CD-ROM exclusive. While the sequel, 1995’s the 11th hour, was not as commercially successful, creator Rob Landeros has taken to Kickstarter to create a threequel.
It’s Tuesday morning, you’re tired, and you’re looking for something to watch before work. What’s that? Capcom has released the “I am Street Fighter – 25th Anniversary Documentary” for free on YouTube? Fantastic!