With Sega currently revisiting their classics and reviving them on modern platforms, it was only a matter of time before Crazy Taxi would arrive on Android based devices. having already been ported to modern platforms and Apple iOS, Android owners can now start their engines and go make some crazy money.
If for whatever reason you weren't glued to Electronic Arts' FIFA Soccer upon its début in 1993, you were most likely instead enjoying its ice rink counterpart. If so, you'll be pleased to know that much to our surprise, the software giant has just revealed all new plans for the latest instalment in the ice hockey series to also include a HD remast [ … ]
Remember those old PC shareware titles id Software used to create before the days of Quake and Doom? Well, one of the most iconic titles in the Commander Keen series, Keen Dreams, has just been revived. Modern Android devices can now enjoy this DOS classic on the go thanks to neo-retro publishers, Super Fighter Team.
To think that Mega Man, Killer Instinct, Donkey Kong and Final Fantasy, to name but a few, all made prominent appearances at E3 is quite something for any retro gamer. With plenty of mind-blowing revelations and announcements made at this year, we felt it was time to recap on the many neo-retro promises made.
Ever since the remake of the Nintendo NES classic DuckTales was announced, retro gamers worldwide have been sat in anticipation to see what WayForward will deliver. As of today though, we can have a sneak peek at the upcoming action in DuckTales Remastered - gameplay which appears to be a near identical replica of the original 8-bit epic.
The fourth title in the Final Fantasy series - released back in 1991 on the Super Famicom - has returned, only this time round it's on modern devices. As of today owners of Android based devices will be able to relive the emotional storyline riddled with complex plot twists, on the go, in their pocket.
In 1990 Manfred Trenz unleashed one of the most enjoyable home computer releases to date on both the Commodore 64 and Amiga. This hard as steel shoot-em-up platformer offered everything console games had been enjoying previously, all onto a single cassette tape and floppy disk. Fast forward to today, Turrican, has now been immortalised on touch scr [ … ]