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DAY ONE “Dev diary”. Tch. Sounds a bit… pompous, don’t you think? All I’m doing is making a game, and … Continue reading A dev diary
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Casio’s catchily named PB-100 launched in 1983, and while not cheap (it cost about £50 at the time, which is … Continue reading Playing with portable power
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I love strategy guides. I use them a lot, and I think everyone should turn to them when they get … Continue reading For FAQs sake
Nintendo ushered in rumble-tastic gaming with the wonderful Star Fox 64 (or Lylat Wars, as we used to call it over here) in … Continue reading Wave Race 64: Let’s get ready to rhumble!