Battlefield V – Single-Player reviewed by Dan Stapleton on PC. Also available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One
We went hands on with the PlayStation Classic, a mini version of the 14 year old system that comes with 20 games. And while it does its job of delivering old games to your modern TV, the lack of any other features is disappointing.
RetroBlasting and igrewupstarwars.com take a look back at the 1979 classic TV series, Buck Rogers in the 25th Century starring Gil Gerard and Erin Gray!
PlayStation 4 Pro revolutionised rendering for higher resolution displays and has delivered some amazing games. However, the noise on the launch models really gets annoying. The CUH-7100 revision improved matters, but now we have a new Pro – and it’s the quietest version yet.
It’s a strange piece of pop culture history from a time when KISS ruled the world. A legendarily wacky production full of hilariously ridiculous anecdotes resulted in one awesomely bad made-for-TV movie, starring a super-powered KISS vs. an evil inventor and some robot imposters at Six Flags Magic Mountain. Here we’ll take a look at 10 Things You Never Knew About Kiss Meets the Phantom of the Park.
Which expensive retro video games will drop in price in the future?
Castlevania: Rondo of Blood and Symphony of the Night have most recently been re-released on PS4 in the form of Castlevania Requiem. But is this 4K version the best way to play? Let’s take a look at every game and every version in the Dracula X sub-series, from PC Engine to SNES, PlayStation, Saturn, PSP, and beyond!
Imagine being able to remember every minute detail of your life. You can recall what the weather was like, what you were reading or what you wore to the shops at any minute, any hour or any day stretching back decades. It sounds like some kind of parlour trick, but it’s actually a real and very rare medical phenomenon.
Happy Halloween! DMP pulls one out of his ass with a little help from an old friend and comes up with a fabulously freaky and fundamentally effed party shot. The Alien Brain Fart!
The new iPad Pro widens the gap between itself and every other tablet.