Final Fantasy 8 Remastered vs Original Comparison – The Definitive Version?

Is this the remaster we’ve waited 20 years for? Final Fantasy 8 is one of the most cutting edge games on the original PlayStation, and at last we have it on modern consoles – reviewed on PS4 here. It’s the last of the mainline series to get the remaster treatment too – but clearly the project’s had its challenges, as Tom explains.

My Atari Jaguar Complete Cart Collection

After collecting the Atari Jaguar for over 20 years, I have finally completed a licensed cart collection. My journey started in the late 90s when I got my first Jaguar. Since then I have collected it a little at a time until now I have a licensed cart collection. The CD collection will be in a different video. Have you played the Jaguar? Do you collect it? Comment below and thank you for watching!

Playdate Hands-On: Cutting-edge gaming nostalgia

Playdate is a new handheld gaming system from MacOS software developer Panic. It’s built around two concents. If you purchase the system, a new game will appear on it every Monday for 12 weeks, and it has a unique control scheme: a small crank. The Playdate is also a designed to be an open system, Panic will continue to develop and sell games, but anyone can produce and even sell software for the Playdate.

Evercade Preview Trailer

Visit: http://www.evercade.co.uk
Evercade is a brand new handheld console with unique multi-game retro cartridges from leading games publishers and console platforms.

Currently confirmed publishers: Namco Museum, Atari, Interplay, Data East, Piko Interactive and Mega Cat Studios.

Games include: Pac-Man, Earthworm Jim 1+2, Dig Dug 1+2, Asteroids, Galaxian, Galaga, Centipede, Splatter House 2+3 and 100 more!

Features: • Supports 8 and 16 bit games (retro games!) • Collectable, with an ever increasing library of games on the unique Evercade Cartridge (with 6 – 20 games per cartridge) • HDMI connectivity to connect to your TV – with up-scaled graphics to HD – your retro games will look stunning on your big screen TV! • 4.3” screen (the same size as a PSP) – with great viewing angles for use in every environment • Selectable 4:3 or 16:9 screen ratios (traditional retro ‘square’ or widescreen) – play the games how you remembered them (in a square) or in a modern widescreen layout – filling the screen! • Supports saving and loading your game at any point – gives you the ability to enjoy some of those super hard retro classics without the fear of having to start again from the beginning • 4-5 hour battery life – a solid battery life plus you can play and charge if you want to keep going!

Retro Gaming with a Heavy Metal Soundtrack