Welcome back friends! I hope today to not only to scratch your itch for retro gaming but, to also show you why the Nvidia Shield is one of the perfect platforms to scratch that itch. I will be listing which emulators work with the Nvidia Shield and what Frame Per Second speeds most games run [...]
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Puzzle gamers will recognize Kirby’s Star Stacker, or at least the game play model it uses. Originally a Game Boy release (black and white graphics folks) now Kirby’s Star Stacker is available for the Nintendo 3DS eSop for more gamers to enjoy.
Before Vicarious Visions were working their magic for Sega and the whole 2k sports line on the Sega Dreamcast system, they were creating games like Polaris SnoCross for companies like Vatical Entertainment for the Nintendo 64. While not a graphically impressive game, it does show off Vicarious Visions capabilities with early 3D (which they tweaked [...]
Dustin Vogler, contributing scribe with Gaming on Batteries Magazine, puts Ubisoft’s latest 2D outing through the bounces and jumps and details his thoughts on it’s quality, standing in the long running series and if you should buy it. Rayman Origins is a 2D sidescrolling run and jump action adventure title that returns to gaming roots [...]
There are few franchises that hold as striking a personal relation to their fans as the Zelda franchise. The story is always magical and set in amazing worlds that allow gamers to escape to something different and unique each time. Carl Burton, one of our resident UK scribes, sits down with the 3D remake of [...]
Nick Abrams, Executive Editor of Gaming on Batteries Magazine, put the newer Kid Icarus title through the paces in the first issue of Gaming on Batteries Magazine. Nick has been a fan of Kid Icarus since his debut on the Nintendo Entertainment System back in the 80′s following him through the years in each release [...]