NEW from VIDEO Magazine, arising out of its popular "Arcade Alley" column, it's ELECTRONIC GAMES Magazine
!(page of PDF links)
Brought to you by editors Frank Laney Jr. and Bill Kunkel
, and filled with all the latest news on programmable home console games, computer games (with special coverage for the new ATARI 800 system), stand-alone electronic devices and arcade gaming. [more inside]
The ZX Spectrum's chief designers reunited 30 years on
, discussing what became 80s Britain's most popular
home computer and gaming platform
, despite stiff competition from the technically superior Commodore 64
is a delicious shump inspired by the likes of "Gradius, Castlevania or R-Type, but also from other classics treated worse by the time: Turrican, Enforcer, Space Manbow, Hellfire, Guardian, Hydefos, Armalyte and many others..."
. Also, "There is a single dificulty level, based on the 80's standards."
Translation: try not to cry on your keyboard. [Windows] [via Destructoid]
This is an amazing quicktime movie
about 80's games. Just watching it makes me want to go play some pong. I just love the matrix part.
(Warning: This is a 7mb quicktime movie)