This is my Atari 520 STe. The ram is upgraded to 4Mb and TOS 2.06 has been installed and it has Lothareks UltraSatan attached (small box on top of machine). The UltraSatan is essentially and external hard drive but utilises an SD card so you can run demos and hard drive adapted games from it making ...[continue]
This game was so far ahead of it's time. Each playthrough saw a different set of suspects out of a pool. Then you had to keep an eye on the clock as if you have a meeting at a certain time you had to be there if the NPC would move on.
It is a superb adventure game that holds up we...[continue]
Superb 3D adventure with Indy. This came out shortly after the first Tomb Raider and plays in a similar way with levels full of traps etc. Personally I do prefer this over the first few Tim Raider games.
Does have a 16 Bit installer but you can get an easy fix for it online if you hav...[continue]
Awesome game that plays a bit like Resident Evil. It has 4 scenarios to play through which covers Zombies, Werewolves and Vampires. You play as the Stranger and have to investigate what is going on in each scenario. Plenty puzzles and action to keep you interested.
Absolute classic 3rd person Action Real Time Strategy game. You have 4 deities who are at war each representing the elements. You play on a large map in full 3D and have to create different troops etc before taking on the objective.
Very unique and a true PC Gaming classic which is no...[continue]
The awesome Commodore 128, looks alone make this machine standout. Booting up in 128 mode sees a green background and grey text area, looks cool but nothing really used this mode. Holding down the Commodore key (bottom left of the keyboard with the Commodore logo) while powering on shows the familia...[continue]
This is a recreated ZX Spectrum based on what is known as a Harlequin board. It looks like the original 48k Spectrum with rubber keyboard that feels like prodding dead flesh (all Ike an old rubber key calculator)
It has a DivideMMC built into the machine which is basically an SD Card ...[continue]
PC press kit for Bandai Namco's Impact Winter. Decent enough game where you have to push out into the the icy wasteland exploring derelict buildings in your area so you can upgrade your base and to keep the survivors alive. Fun game but can get a tad tedious after prolonged play.
Great game that is similar to the Zelda series, apparently originally it was going to be something called Dinosaur Planet but Nintendo wanted it to be Starfox so things got mixed up a bit and we got this. This is one of those games I have always wanted to play.
Considered by many as the pinnacle of the series to date. I usually struggle with this one, can never get through the first small village so decided to grab it on Gamecube and will endure, new control scheme is so much better than the old tank controls.