Posts Tagged ‘8-bit’
  • Retro City Rampage (Review) PC

    Posted by on October 31, 2012 under PC, Reviews
    Imagine Grand Theft Auto on the 8-bit NES and you'll have an immediate understanding of Retro City Rampage. As 'Player', you are a thug for hire in the crime-ridden city of Theftropolis. You're immediately hired by a madman named Jester, who by all intent and purposes is a parody of Keith Ledger's Joker from The Dark Knight. The game takes little time thrusting the player into a world of crime ... more.
  • Retro City Rampage Now Available on GOG.com

    Posted by on October 9, 2012 under Euro, News, PC
    Retro City Rampage--the most anticipated nostalgic sandbox shooter in history finally arrives! From a brilliant veteran of NES homebrew scene comes the ultimate tribute to the 8-bit culture of the 1980s. With handcrafted pixelated visuals that will seem instantly familiar to all retro-gamers, elaborate chiptune soundtrack, dozens of references to classic games and popular culture, and sat... more.
  • The King of Time Review (Music for Our Retro Fans)

    Posted by on April 4, 2010 under Music
    The King of Time is made within the limitations of the over 20 year old Nintendo Entertainment System, the console that reinvigorated the US gaming scene. There are 10 tracks (11 if you count the looping version of #5 that is included as a bonus) available on the King of Time album. Songs like track #5: Twinkle Heart Bubble are simply awe inspiring when you get over the fact that, honestly, n... more.
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