Hard Drivin’ was one of those arcade games that was simply amazing for arcade goers of the time. From the cabinet to the game play, it was quite revolutionary for the time. Sure, now it doesn’t look like much but back then, it was quite a challenge to get good at it (HD was not [...]
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When gaming was still coming out of the ether and trying to figure out what it is really all about (this is after an initial failure in the mid 1980′s). Gaming was unique back then, we didn’t have billion dollar sellers, we had unique takes on genres that seems to be gone today as “me [...]
Portal is obviously a successful series, one that holds the distinction of being the first to make this writer actually upgrade the old computer to something newer that could run a recent title. Since we probably will never see an official release of Portal on Nintendo DS/3DS we can rest assured that the home coders [...]
The Nintendo Entertainment System, a console that is credited with reviving the North American home video game market, continues to get new games even decades after Nintendo discontinued the platform. This latest title we are talking about is a Role Playing Game (RPG) called Candelabra: Estoscerro by Sly Dog Studios.
While many gamers are aware of the Resident Evil game that was headed to the Game Boy Color, how many know that there was a company in Italy that took it upon themselves to port Resident Evil 2 to the Game Boy Advance, without permission apparently. While it was a tech demo, something developers use [...]
This is our first Bandit Gaming here on Gaming on Nintendo, something we have been waiting for awhile to debut. We needed a cool game to do that though, something worthy of the inaugeral article in this area and we finally found one. Konami Wai Wai World for the Nintendo Famicom is now translated into [...]