Archive: August, 2012
This week the guys talk airplanes, zombies, kings, dogs, gravity, rock bands, football and politics. Chris also explains how to get your PSOne classics to work on your Vita, provided you care to jump through flaming hoops of death to … Continue reading →
Strategy games often put the player in the stated position of king or emperor, allowing them to guide a nation in totalitarian fashion. It is an odd paradox that while so many games put you in a position of supreme leader, so few model it with any degree of authenticity.
Don and Tony laugh as Don faceplants himself all over classic levels “The Hanger” and “The School II” in the HD reskinning of THPS.
Don gets his hands on the new Saitek Pacific AV8R Flight Stick.
Don P. takes a tour across the Pacific Ocean in his review of Damage Inc. Pacific Squadron WWII.
For a short period of time, Rock Band (or Guitar Hero) was a reason to get together and have a party. There was nothing better than a night that consisted of a case of beer and a few fools pretending… Read More »
We had to open the show with the topic of Nintendo Power. May the once awesome magazine rest in peace. You will be missed. Then we went back to our normal Retrocore ways of talking retro, and going off topic with even more retro!! Of course Doug did talk about Ballz some more as he [...]
For as much as I like 3D Mario games, there is something special about the traditional side-scrolling 2D ones. When Nintendo announced that it would be bringing the New Super Mario Bros. series to its next round of consoles, the… Read More »
Chris of Retrocore reviews the awesomeness that is Retro/Grade.
In 2008, Microsoft ran a startlingly good promotion. The first Summer of Arcade put major Microsoft advertising dollars behind a series of Xbox Live Arcade releases. This occurred during the time of year when retail releases are sparse, shedding more… Read More »