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Polymega – Next-Gen Retro

The retro console business is really starting to take-off. Third parties have their multi-retro cart systems and now even the big names (e.g. Nintendo) are feeding their classic library cash-cows and producing retro units of their own. With quite a few choices, it would take an incredibly versatile and...

Tips For Pre-Ordering The SNES Classic Mini on ebay

First, we highly recommend staying strong and searching stores for SNES Classic Mini pre-order allocations. Nintendo are still yet to finish supplying online and retail stores (they’ll at least manufacture up until the end of the year), so keep searching! If you still prefer to pre-order the SNES...

SNES Classic Mini: Where to pre-order and FAQ

Update 18/07/2017 – Argos remove ‘sold out’ search result page. The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) brought the official announcement of Nintendo’s new retro console – The SNES Classic Mini. Put simply, one of my favourite consoles of all time, miniaturised, pre-loaded with...

Resident Evil 2 Reveal – 1997

Capcom’s Resident Evil 2 was easily one of the most anticipated sequels in the history of gaming. Capcom’s Directors Cut edition of the first game, offered players a taste of the sequel (via playable demo disc) with both outdoor and indoor locations. Resident Evil 2 – The new nightmare An...

TMNT Legends: What should you spend your money on?

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Legends may be a free game for mobile (and a great little RPG), but free-to-play means you’re going to be nudged to spend real-world cash at some point. While D4G always recommend spending some form of cash on the free-to-play games you love the most, you still have to...

Ninja Turtles: Legends

Whether you’re a ‘Hero’ or ‘Ninja’ Turtles fan (even though I’m a retro 80’s fan, I still prefer Ninja), a TMNT RPG game should always turn heads. Enter Ludia, a mobile developer who have not only fully licensed the game, but have added something else that will have...

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