An avid retro gamer with a speciality in ancient portable systems, he runs a blog at retrorevisited.tumblr.com. He can also be found on Twitter @ebtks.
This month’s episode includes all the big retro news from E3 2015, artificial Mario intelligence, and the Shenmue soundtrack on vinyl.
Sure, Maya the Bee & Her Friends may look like a harmless enough puzzle platformer for the Game Boy Color – but is it really? Read More
This month’s episode includes another project by Bitmap Books, the return of an Atari Lynx icon, and a competitor to the RetroN 5.
This month’s episode includes one of the strangest iPhone accessories ever, Snatcher on the Virtual Boy, and the UK General Election (kind of).
The Tiger Game.com is much derided, but it does have a killer app – a title that no-one (and I mean no-one) ever talks about. This video looks to rectify that.
This month’s episode includes a gaming celebration in Manchester, dinosaurs getting ushered away from the Game Boy Color, and Pac-Man turning on Google Maps. The little yellow scamp.
This month’s episode includes overpriced cartridges, the lesser spotted Commodore 65, and Doom selfie sticks.
This month’s episode includes the return of Grim Fandango, a Commodore Amiga built into a suitcase, and the joys of teletext being revived (well, kind of).
Duke Nuke: Megaton Edition was just released on PS Vita and the PS3 – so I thought it might be an opportune time to look at one of the least discussed game’s in Duke’s oeuvre…
This month’s retro gaming round-up includes Chip’s Challenge on the NES, online multiplayer for the Mega Drive, and Pong installed on a traffic light. Yes, really.
Just in time for Christmas, here’s a review of The Grinch on the Game Boy Color. Nobody really remembers this game – but why is that?
Here’s another episode of The Gaming Book Club, this time looking at The Encyclopedia of Game Machines by Winnie Forster. Is it the definitive guide to gaming hardware – or a well meaning but ultimately pointless tome of information?
This month’s episode includes Smash Bros on a calculator, the return of Majora’s Mask, and a way to get your NES games in HD.
Books on gaming are discussed enough – especially as there are some pretty good ones out there. So here’s The Gaming Book Club, with this episode looking at the Masters of Doom by David Kushner.
Handheld History is a series that takes a look at more obscure portable games and systems – and in this episode it investigates if a cartoon licensed platformer can be the best Halloween themed game ever made…
This month’s episode includes a new gaming museum coming to England, several Donkey Kong titles, and a very retro way to send your post (if you live in Ireland anyway).
This month’s Retro News Round-Up includes Donkey Kong getting a good thrashing, Mario as a pinball, and a faithful recreation of Doom using just lego bricks.
Are books on gaming discussed enough? Probably not, especially as there are some pretty good ones out there. So to put that right here’s The Gaming Book Club.
So pour yourself a cup of tea (any other hot beverage is also acceptable) and let’s talk about what is considered to be one of the best books about Nintendo…
Handheld History is a series that takes a look at more obscure portable games and systems, and in the opening episode of the show on 1 More Castle one of the worst titles on the Game Boy comes under the microscope.