Posts Tagged ‘gaming’
This week on InRetroSpection we’re playing Super Mario Sisters-err-I mean The Great Giana Sisters! This quirky computer platformer draws more than a little inspiration from the famous Italian duo. But with the new remake on Kickstarter, it looks to be evolving into it’s own.Read more →
Have you played a bad game? How about a bad game you actually enjoyed but still knew it was bad? This week on InRetroSpection, in conjunction with Review a Bad Game Day, we look back on a game that had many of the right ideas, it just didn’t execute them well.Read more →
Well, today is a fun day! The first annual Review a Bad Game Day, where we the gaming community at large gather and each of us picks a game we think is bad and review it. It’s a very fun idea and I’m proud to be a part of it. As soon as it was announced, almost everyone picked a retro game. I love that and I …Read more →
The Sega Saturn classic, NiGHTS: Into Dreams is getting a remake, so we thought we’d take a quite tour of the “franchise” such as it is. Things go from kooky and strange to downright creepy and slightly disturbing.Read more →
Today on Random Retro we pop in two completely different PS2 games but end up having slightly similar themes. Both are pretty “fluffed up” and wind up being hilarious failures. Or maybe we’re just bad at games….or both.Read more →
Before I start this post, I want to say thank you. The first Summer of Retro post was super popular. It got shared and I got comments and emails. You guys Tweeted me, responded on Facebook and G+. It really blessed my heart, I have to say. So, thank you all for that. How about an update for you good folks?
My first hit was from @orangecheetos on …Read more →
In this week’s retro randomness, we play a chubby little adventure and a Pocket….Monster….game….No, it’s not what you think.
Do you love InRetroSpection but just haven’t had the time to watch? Well, with the 50th episode this week, we thought maybe a quick refresher on the last few episodes would be in order. Enjoy this and keep an eye out for InRetroSpection 50 coming out this week!