If you owned a Super Nintendo in the 90's you probably read Super Play magazine. Running for 47 issues as well as a one off Super Play Gold special, the magazine built up a strong following. With it's distinctive art-style by Wil Overton and it's love of imports, Japanese culture and more, Super Play stood out for all the right reasons.
Role Playing Games have been around for years from early 8 bit days to the present day it's a genre that has developed a lot. This episode Paul and Chris from the team are joined by Kincl from Hyperplay RPG fanzine and Julian Hill from Boxed Pixels website as the set off on there first adventure into the world of RPGs.
The launch of the SEGA Saturn has gone down in gaming history as one of biggest missteps the industry has ever seen. SEGA’s lack of promotion and short sighted hardware specification meant that the the Saturn was doomed failure even as it hit the shelves. As Sony’s Playstation changed the gaming industry with state of the art 3D visuals, SEGA’s 2 [ … ]
The Nintendo GameCube isn't the first console many people think of when it comes to most loved systems but on closer inspection and almost 15 years since it's UK launch it's worth another look. Super Mario Sunshine, Zelda Wind Waker, Metroid Prime, the then exclusive critically acclaimed Resident Evil 4 and the much loved Resident Evil Remake all [ … ]
The Nintendo 64 represented one of the most hotly anticipated hardware releases in gaming history when it hit Japanese stores in 1996; and the console caused a stir with its revolutionary controller, iconic console design and reliance on cartridge technology. Initial reviews were almost universally positive and its launch titles were received wit [ … ]
Mario, Sonic, Crash, Rayman and many more all seen as platform game icons. There have been loads of great platform games over the years but what is a platformer? Paul and Chris sit down to discuss the genre from the early 8bit days to modern day and how the genre has progressed and developed through the years.
Join the RetroCollect Squad as they talk their way through the wonderful world of retro gaming.