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The unreleased Nintendo Sky Skipper arcade reveal at Arcade Club

The unreleased Nintendo Sky Skipper arcade reveal at Arcade Club

I posted recently about my trip to the amazing Arcade Club, in Bury just outside Manchester. That post was about the arcade itself, but I’ve now managed to get round to writing about the occasion. Why did we pick that weekend to go up? Well,…

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The Evolution of Nintendo Consoles, from NES to Switch

The Evolution of Nintendo Consoles, from NES to Switch

Nintendo is one of the brands at the heart of many retro fans. I never actually owned a Nintendo console myself until the Wii (although I did have a Game Boy) but their presence was always a huge part of growing up in the 80s…

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My favourite methods of handheld gaming

My favourite methods of handheld gaming

It seems totally normal now doesn’t it? Playing digital games on the move in the palm of your hand. There are so many ways you can do it these days. You might enjoy playing quick mobile games on your phone, a trend started by Candy…

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The Most Famous Retro Arcade Games

The Most Famous Retro Arcade Games

The world of video games has evolved rapidly over the past few decades, with advancements in technology providing gamers with increasingly realistic and immersive experiences. However, for many people, the appeal of retro arcade games remains as strong as ever. These classic games, often characterised…

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Quintessential Gaming Experiences for a 90s Kid

Quintessential Gaming Experiences for a 90s Kid

While the 1980s are often hailed as when video gaming exploded into the mainstream, it could be argued that it was the rise of consoles and handheld devices in the 1990s that truly gave the industry its footing. With the Nintendo 64, Game Boy and…

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From 32 Bit to Live Stream: The Technological Evolution of Video Games

From 32 Bit to Live Stream: The Technological Evolution of Video Games

When people think about the 1970s and 1980s, a lot of what people know revolves around music and fashion. Of course, it is hard to blame them: legends like Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, and Madonna dominated these decades, as well as style icons such as Stevie Nicks,…

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Top 10 retro video games you should play today

Top 10 retro video games you should play today

Playing games is in our blood. Gaming and gambling and playing different kinds of games has accompanied humanity since the beginning of mankind. While some people prefer gambling online in such casinos as Ruby Fortune Canada or Best Manitoba Online Casinos (2022) – Gambling in…

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Live a Live – a New Game from 1994

Live a Live – a New Game from 1994

Square Enix has a prodigious ability to make video games. In 2022 alone, the Japanese company has released eighteen different titles including kart racer Chocobo GP and the oddly-named RPG Various Daylife. However, large parts of Square Enix’s recent catalogue are made up of remakes,…

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How technology is letting us relive our retro memories

How technology is letting us relive our retro memories

Gone are the days where the only way to satisfy your hunger for nostalgia was to look through old photo albums or smelling Play-doh. These days, technology is here to hold our hand and guide us through the door to yesteryear. It really is remarkable…

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Top Hidden Gems on the SNES

Top Hidden Gems on the SNES

Of all the consoles that reigned during the 1980s and 1990s, very few would disagree that Nintendo’s Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) is one of the greatest consoles of all time. In addition to being one of the first platforms to launch ‘proper’ video games, including a…

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