The Power of Glove – Documentary Review

I love learning new things, I love history and I love video games so a full on documentary about the Power Glove was right up my street.  The Power of Glove is a documentary like you’d see on the Discovery channel not your typical YouTube history of video games, it’s really something to see the … Continue reading

Learn about the history of River City Ransom (Kunio-Kun) with Wayforward

River City Girls is coming really soon and I’m excited, obviously I’m not the only one because Wayforward who are developing River City Girls have composed a history of the River City franchise. I love learning about games history and Wayforward have done an amazing job, only missing out Kunio-kuns greatest adventure, Nintendo World Cup … Continue reading

Nintendo Switch Online: NES games with online play and Save Data Cloud backup, launching in September

Nintendo Switch Save Data Cloud Back

Today Nintendo have revealed some details about their forthcoming paid Switch online service. The highlight being that the ability to backup save data ‘for most Nintendo Switch games’ to the cloud will be included. Whilst this ‘most games’ statement is a little concerning, it’s a must needed feature that’s been missing since the Switch launched. I’m … Continue reading

Coming soon: The Nintendo Classic Mini

Nintendo Classic Mini

That’s right everyone Nintendo have announced a new console. No it’s not the NX, it’s even better (depending on your love of classic games). Nintendo have made a brand new NES. Complete with HDMI output, powered by USB, packaged in with 30 great games and it’s teeny tiny.  It also comes with a really cool … Continue reading

Play 3D NES Games through your Browser


Have you ever wanted to play NES games in 3D? No me either, but now it’s there it sounds really cool. Using Firefox you can now go here:  upload a rom to a cloud and then play your favourite NES games in 3D. The best thing about 3DNes emulator is that it was made with Unity … Continue reading

Capcom Want All NES Mega Man Games Available On 3DS Virtual Console

Mega Man is a series that has its roots firmly planted in the NES era of gaming. It was way back in 1987 when we first caught a glimpse of the blue blazer and since then the series has brought out a plethora of games – some good, some not so good. The NES Mega … Continue reading

Review – Mega Man (3DS Virtual Console)

Title: Mega Man Platform: 3DS (Virtual Console – NES) Publisher: Capcom Developer: Capcom Price: £4.49 / €4.99 Release: Out Now! In today’s era, video games are a lot more accessible than they used to be. For example, there are games tailored for the more inexperienced gamer, and there are those, on the flipside, that cater … Continue reading

Nintendo Download (Europe): Mega Man Blasts His Way Onto The 3DS

NES classic Mega Man is this week’s big hitter in Nintendo’s European download offerings. Yes, Capcom will be making the game available on the 3DS Virtual Console from Thursday and anyone who’s ever played the game will know all to well how excruciatingly difficult it is! The game, that has been available on the Wii Virtual Console … Continue reading

Zelda II Available for Download This Week Alongside a Crazy Marsupial and a Metal Slug

As was reported a few days ago Zelda II: The Adventure of Link will be released on the 3DS Virtual Console this week. The NES classic is the sequel to the already available The Legend of Zelda but if you were expecting more of the same you couldn’t be more wrong. Instead of the top-down view … Continue reading

Zelda II: The Adventure of Link Arrives on the 3DS eShop Next Week

This week’s download helping hasn’t even been made available yet and Nintendo has gone and revealed one of the games that’ll be released on the 3DS eshop next week. We’re not complaining though as the game in question is NES classic Zelda II: The Adventure of Link! Like its predecessor Zelda II: The Adventure of … Continue reading

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