Taking a look at the legendary wavetable sound board from 1992! The Advanced Gravis Ultra Sound is still an awesome thing to experience with DOS PC games, assuming you can track one down.
Quality indie film from Ryan Connolly / Film Riot
What’s changed in No Man’s Sky since launch? Well… Quite a lot actually. There are a lot more than 11 things, (see below) but we just wanted to highlight a few of our favourite things!
Game Boys and Sewing Machines are a weird mix, which is exactly why I’ve always wanted one of these things…despite the fact that I don’t really know how to sew. I may have gone a *little* overboard ordering a second one from Japan so that I could show off another color and all of the things it came with…the pink is so pretty, though!
Over the past years I have slowly collected for this misunderstood console. While it was a huge Kickstarter success, the Ouya was a commercial failure due to lack of quality exclusives and low sales. The console does have its fans for its customization and emulation capabilities. In its short lifespan on retail shelves saw a few limited edition releases that are hard to track down. In this video I showcase the different versions and what to look out for. Enjoy the video!
Tara Strong makes her living rolling off cliffs and fighting villains … of the animated variety. You might not recognize her face, but you likely have heard her in hit cartoons like “The Powerpuff Girls,” “Rugrats” and “The Fairly OddParents.” Step inside the studio with one of most prolific voice actors in the game.
Hard rocking metal guitarist Nita Strauss plays and talks about the Pandemonium™ humbuckers that were developed for her signature JIVA Ibanez guitar, along with a True Velvet™ Middle.
Nita Strauss is a well respected metal guitarist having been a member of the all-female Iron Maidens and being one of Alice Cooper’s full time live guitarist.
Did you know Hudson Soft ported several popular Nintendo games to Japanese PCs? Back in 1984, Nintendo gave Hudson permission to not only port over old titles, but create new ones as well. In this episode of The Gaming Historian, we’ll go over all of them!
The Challenger is another SNES clone console that allows you to play your classic SNES games on both a classic/modern TV set with AV and HDMI hookups. Priced at $49.99, includes two wired controllers, 4:3/16:9 aspect ratio switch, as well as a PAL/NTSC region switch. In this video, I do an unboxing, test various games, and give my thoughts on this how the console functions.
It had been four years since Blizzard released StarCraft, and its expansion, Brood War for the PC. The science fiction-themed real-time strategy game proved to be a critical and commercial smash upon its release in 1998, drawing in millions of players around the globe to battle for the fate of humanity – or rather, the “Terrans” – in the game’s riveting single-player campaign, and trade wits in its competitive multiplayer mode. It was a revelation for both casual and professional fans of the genre – and they wanted more.
Their wishes would be answered when Blizzard and Nihilistic Software would reveal StarCraft: Ghost, an action-stealth game set in the StarCraft universe, for home consoles. Centered on Nova, a powerful and deadly psionic warrior, Ghost quickly became a highly anticipated game due to its ambitious and varied combat system, and for offering a novel new way to experience a beloved universe.
However, despite a strong initial showing, Ghost would spend the next several years fighting for its life. Revisions, delays, and a change in development studio would push the game further and further into the periphery – before disappearing entirely. Ghost would become its very own namesake; always up in the air in the sea of possibility, but never tangible. And yet from its corpse, Nova would survive, slowly becoming one of the StarCraft universe’s biggest characters thanks to a litany of multimedia appearances.
This is the story of StarCraft: Ghost.