Worlds of Ultima: The Savage Empire (Origin, 1990)

Worlds of Ultima: The Savage Empire (Origin, 1990)
This got your attention, didn't it? You already know that I'm a huge fan of the Ultima saga. No surprise then if I say that I'm also a fan of its spinoffs, the Worlds of Ultima games. We're talking about two games, The Savage Empire and Martian Dreams, both based  […]

World in conflict Collector's Edition (Massive Entertainment, 2007)

World in conflict Collector's Edition (Massive Entertainment, 2007)
World in Conflict is a 2007 game. So it's by no means a retrogame. Not even by younger gamers standards. Add the fact that I don't even know what the game is about. Never played it, never read a review. So, why is it in my collection? Well, take a  […]

Beat'em up weirdness

Beat'em up weirdness
I love beat'em ups. They're probably my favorite kind of arcade game. I find them strangely relaxing, as they help me unwind after a hard day's work. Hitting people could do that for you. So, every now end then I start on a mission to discover some new beat'em up  […]

New retrogaming horizons: Final Fight bootleg PCB

New retrogaming horizons: Final Fight bootleg PCB
Arcade cabinets always fascinated me. They were objects of beauty as a whole, not just because of the game they hosted. The bezels, the artworks were all part of that beauty. When I was a child, arcade cabinets fascinated me because they where mysterious magic boxes offering a game experience  […]

Dune (Cryo, 1992)

Dune (Cryo, 1992)
Cryo Intercative's Dune is a strange duck. It is fundamentally a point and click adventure, but with (very mild) 4x strategy elements thrown in. Probably because of this strange mix, it wasn't exactly critically acclaimed. Well, I wholeheartedly LOVED it. Visually, the retrogame is an almost exact transposition of David  […]