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  1. Playing Hyper Dyne Side Arms via emulation today reminded me of what you used to get on the 8 bit machines, arcade licences or conversions which were then followed up by games that could be seen as clones but would then add extra features and just be all around better games due to extra dev' time and not being hamstrung by the original design. Using Side Arms as an example here's the C64 port. Not great but I'd argue the original wasn't too flash either. Urg. But it did inspire some great games like Zybex
  2. I hadn't realised there was an IOS port, just bought as a surprise for my partner.
  3. I don't think things are going so well with this project. https://www.gameinformer.com/2020/10/20/vampire-the-masquerade-bloodlines-2-senior-narrative-designer-leaves-game?
  4. Dr Disrespect just keeps getting bigger.
  5. That's totally the case but given how tight money is, and how I need to make my collection physically smaller I might end up getting the S, buying what I really want to keep playing digitally and giving the physical discs to my brother.
  6. Played through Deliver Us the Moon on PC and while it lacks achievements it was really shiny and super smooth! Perfect chaser to Tacoma despite being quite different in tone.
  7. If you check out you'll find loads of extra bits and pieces. This could have been great!
  8. It's garnered Jim Sterling's attention.
  9. Seconded. Brilliant stuff, if you love games like this you might love this. And you can do it in two hours, you've got more than enough time to do it before the end of the month.
  10. I played the Ages Golden Axe remake. This two week crunch demo is miles better than that. It's not bad all things considered.
  11. Golden Axed has now dropped and for two weeks work it isn't bad even though it's a very limited demo.
  12. Something I discovered on my second run (commentary on) the pool table and dart board actually work!
  13. And also for those of use who won't be able to afford the other next gen consoles in the current environment. If the S had an optical drive I'd be picking one up.
  14. I'm in the "loved it" camp after sitting on it for far too long, seems to be a bit of a marmite game judging by the reactions here. Still it's on GamePass for a couple more weeks so if you're sitting on the fence and have a couple of hours to spare you should give it a shot!
  15. Streets of Kamurocho is up and it feels like Streets of Rage 2. Same level of "crunch". Rather cheekily because it's based on Yakuza every level is the same street. It's the same level over and over, just with more enemies each time.
  16. Endless Zone is up. It's Fantasy Zone with an Endless Space reskin and it's an odd beast. It feels slow and a lot like games we used to see on the Amiga. For some reason it reminds me less of Fantasy Zone and more of Starray. Endless Zone. By comparison Starray.
  17. Waiting for the console version? Someone has you covered with this gameboy demake.
  18. Indeed. I was going to mention it when it dropped bit for those interested (and you should be) see
  19. Armor of Heroes is up and it's a modern take on Atari's old game Tank (or Combat on the 2600.)
  20. I hope they don't ditch the Mako driving in ME1. One of my favourite bits of the game, being dumped on an alien world and exploring. There was some amazing flavour text that gave the whole thing life, I still remember the planet that was facing increased volcanic activity as it was dropping slowly into the sun and the planet perfect for human life were it not for the pollen (leading to helmets being kept on.) I was between jobs when I got ME3, I had to delete the multiplayer because I was spending too much time on it. 3 also had the best DLC, The Citadel. A high point o
  21. https://www.kotaku.com.au/2020/10/sega-made-a-mashup-of-yakuza-and-streets-of-rage-2/
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