There comes a time in gaming when a game so groundbreaking releases that it singlehandedly defines a genre, revolutionizing how games like it are handled in the future. Such is the case with Dota and MOBAs, or PUBG with battle
After a lengthy period of inactivity in the arcade game scene, thanks to pandemic-related setbacks and delays, Sega Amusements has finally returned with a brand new release, Mission: Impossible Arcade. This is the popular game developer and manufacturer’s first foray
Bubble Bobble is a classic arcade game released by Taito in 1986, and like most arcade games of its era, it features simple yet very addictive gameplay that was easy to pick up and play, but quite difficult to master.
This is not a drill. I repeat, this is NOT a drill!
Most of you will probably already know about Minecraft. Even if you don’t actually know what it’s about, you’ll likely have heard of the name. After all, it’s
In this month’s edition of Getting Good, we’re diving into a sequel that’s a bit obscure – not because its predecessors were unimportant, but because the gameplay took a radical departure from the original formula. Released in 1984, during the
Even though the industry is slowly recovering from the beating it took last year, the new releases haven’t stopped coming. Companies have been working tirelessly to bring us games in what has started to be called popularly “the new normal”.
As we’ve mentioned in the past, the COVID pandemic hasn’t done any favors to anyone, slowing down industries, closing down businesses, and wreaking all sorts of havoc. That said, with the world approaching a year since this all began and
The New Asteroids x RepliCade Cabinet is the Perfect Collector’s Item
For many arcade fans and collectors, there’s no beating the real thing. Having your own collection of cabinets is in a league of its own; Not just for the
Earlier last year, we talked about how Raw Thrills was venturing into the field of VR with their newest title, King Kong of Skull Island VR. First teased at IAAPA 2019, rumors have been circulating for several years prior that
In hectic times like these, what we really need is a distraction from all the hardships and negativity going around the world, and what better way to entertain ourselves than with enacting wanton and rampant destruction on unsuspecting cities? This