Welcome to issue one of Matt Doyle Media Monthly! This month, we're looking at Prey, The Sandman, Baccano!, and more!
The Evercade is an awesome retro system, but what else would I like to see released on it?
"I'm loving the Evercade so far, and the second cartridge, Namco Museum Collection 1 is a great addition to the line-up!"
It's no secret that I love fighting games, and I'm pretty sure all of us that enjoy the genre have their favourite characters. So, here are my top 5 go-to fighting game characters:
"...a combination of decent home ports of popular arcade titles, some ground-breaking-in-their-time releases, and a couple of fun surprises..."
Through the years, there have been plenty of great console boot screens. But which one do you 'hear' in GIF form?
That's right. I never really liked the SNES controller. In certain circumstances. Let's talk about why.
Happy Batman Day everyone! In honor of the Dark Knight, here's my Retro First Impressions post about the SNES game of the excellent Batman Returns. What did this SEGA kid think of Nintendo and Konami's scrolling beat 'em up? I loved it! Find why out here:
What were my top 5 msot viewed video game posts in 2018? Let's take a look.
Family friendly retro games were absolutely kid appropriate, right? Right?
In another dimension, another time and space ... Bucky O'hare hit the arcade.
Welcome, one and all, to the first In Desperate Need Of Love of the year! For those unfamiliar with this feature, it’s where I feature a video game that I believe has either been overlooked or suffered what I would call unfair criticisms. This time around, I’m going to be looking at one of my … Continue reading In Desperate Need Of Love: Galaxian (Atari 2600)
Welcome, one and all, to my latest gaming diary! Unlike the last entry, I’m only covering the one month here, so expect a little less action in terms of what I’ve achieved. Still, it’s been a fun month for gaming for me. Let’s have a look at what I’ve been up to. Super Lucky’s … Continue reading What Did I Play In April?
Cannon Fodder was not without controversy, but there's no denying how much of a classic is it