The Arcade original Shinobi has arrived on Nintendo Switch, in the 14th instalment of M2’s Sega Ages series. Check out all this latest port has to offer, with additional features including replays, rewinds and new difficulty options. Click to watch! …Continue reading “SEGA AGES Shinobi – Video Review”
This week, Graeme and Ben got to try out the PC Engine Core Grafx Mini (identical to the Turbograpx 16 Mini)!! Featuring 50 games, plus 7 regional variants, Konami’s entry into the Mini Console market looks to offer a wide range of games not previously seen in Europe! The PC Engine Core Grafx Mini releases 19th March, exclusively on Amazon (£99.99 RRP)
Check out all the pros and cons we noticed and feel free to ask any questions here…
Releasing on 12th December, RetroGame Ltd’s reinvention of the classic Commodore 64 Mirco Computer boasts 64 Pre-Installed games, and the ability to code you in C64 or Vic-20 Modes. With a flashy Microswitch Joystick and the option to add new games via USB, could this be the perfect system for any long term C64 Fan? Click to view…Continue reading “THE C64 – Video Review”
Konami’s Yie Ar Kung-Fu, one of gaming’s oldest arcade fighters, recently released on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 thanks to Hamster Corp Arcade Archives. This classic title may not get as much attention as other legacy fighting games, but it’s impact is as far reaching as modern head-to-head fighters today. Click to view…Continue reading “Yie Ar Kung-Fu – Video Review”
Something I threw together from old footage after being disappointed with not getting into the Pokémon Center London Store. Enjoy!!
Releasing on the 8th November in Europe and Australia, the Capcom Home Arcade aims to bring a new level of classic arcade nostalgia to your living room… does it succeed? Fossil Arcade takes a deep dive into the system to highlight all the pros and cons ahead of launch! Click more to view…Continue reading “Capcom Home Arcade FULL REVIEW – Video”
Ben and Graeme attended the Capcom Home Arcade Launch Event in London! Check out everything the system had to offer, after three non-stop hours of button mashing. Direct Feed Gameplay included, click more to watch!