Well the PlayStation Vita has been released around the world now and Sony fan boys have already started playing around with their new gadget. Most of the reviews I have read/watched have been lukewarm at best. Naturally that is to be expected after all it is a new gaming platform that needs time to grow. Sony seems to have done their best by throwing everything they could possibly think of into this piece of shit in order to please as many people as they can. I mean two touch screens? Really? Also
Stalking the Retro finds the Holy Grail of Game-Boys. I found it in this little shop hidden away in an electronics super mall that I often frequent.
Techno Mart is one of Seoul's most famous electronics malls. Eight floors of electronic goodness
Techno Mart very rarely has any retro games but I managed to find this little dusty and poorly maintained booth that had what I was looking for.
The year is 1982 you have a fistful of quarters burning a hole in your pocket. The only sensible thing would be to spend them on video games. King of Kong is a very entertaining documentary about high scores and the arcade paradise that was the 1980's. The makers of this film must have decided that in order to get more asses in the seats it would be prudent to create an entertaining rivalry. They did just that by characterizing Billy Mitchell as the cartoon bad guy and by using Steve Wiebe as a
Hello fellow RGR members it's me again your intrepid reporter Indieseoul. I was the one that broke the story of the Great 3DS conspiracy. Here is the video if you have forgotten.
This latest conspiracy clearly threatens our very sanity. I don't have to worry about my sanity however. I'm locked away in my secret underground lair complete with moat and electrified fences. There are alligators with laser guns in the moat as well
Before the 3DS was launched, before the Vita was a glimmer in the eyes of its deranged creator there were signs that dedicated portable consoles were dead. Why didnít Nintendo or Sony realize that the market for portable gaming had changed? I myself chock it up to over confidence and the inability of game companies to evolve as quickly as their consumers. These days if you want to get your portable game on there are many options. You can play the old gen DS, PSP or simply pull your phone out of