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  • Main Image 18|AUG|2018 Tanglewood Game Review

    There are swathes of games which on the surface come across as titles that could have been released on the 8 / 16-bit consoles. There’s also a sub-genre of games don’t just go for the look…they go hard-core, and that’s exactly the camp in which Tanglewood has pitched its flag.

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  • Main Image 7|AUG|2018 The Quarter Arcades ‘PAC-MAN ¼ Scale Arcade Cabinet

    Remember a time when you played PAC-MAN as a kid but always wanted the experience of having one at home but never had the money or space?wWell now is that time!

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  • Main Image 21|JUL|2018 How Our Love of Gaming Comes from Our Love of Stories

    We are really pleased to be the first online channel to feature an exclusive interview with Ian P Buckingham, about the launch of his new children’s fantasy series, Legend of the Lost.

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  • Main Image 19|JUL|2018 An Interview with Sam Dyer

    Sam Dyer talks about his latest Kickstarter and the most recent addition to his visual compendium range.

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  • Main Image 14|JUL|2018 What games mean to me

    People sometimes ask me how I got into gaming, as if woman only get into it by being tricked, coerced, by pretending, or perhaps by being raised by a pack of Quake-addicted wolves.

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  • Main Image 10|JUL|2018 Your Local Arcade

    Everybody remembers their local arcade, providing you had one. If you were lucky to have warm, sticky floored local arcade then hopefully, if you are like me, you could most likely remember the minute details of the carpet colour to the facial expressions of the regulars who slammed hours into the latest tech from Japan and the USA with their hard earned coins.

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  • Main Image 30|JUN|2018 NEO GEO: Visual History review

    When I was a schoolboy in the early 90s home computing truly had its feet under the table. The sun was setting on the glorious 8-bit era which started it all, with the new 16-bit computers and consoles entering homes like rays of electronic sunshine. In this period of technological marvel, where the boundaries of gaming possibilities were being tested and anything seemed possible, there were rumors abound in the playground of a mythical games console of dazzling brilliance.

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  • Main Image 21|JUN|2018 Mortal Nostalgia

    You remember everything. The whole lot. All the finishers. Each characters individual move set to a degree. You remember it all. It's Mortal Nostalgia

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  • Main Image 8|JUN|2018 Aladdin, Gaming and Disney Magic

    Ah Disney, once, before they owned everything ever created by man, they used to make cartoons, remember that? I wonder what old Walt will think about where they are now when they thaw out his head and attach it to a robot Futurama style?

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