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April 22, 2014 12:19 pm


Citadel (BBC) - Damage screen

Find out more about Citadel (BBC) on Episode Fifteen of the One More Go podcast!

Citadel (BBC) - Damage screen



Find out more about Citadel (BBC) on Episode Fifteen of the One More Go podcast!

April 21, 2014 7:41 pm
charliecoffin:

Happy 25th Birthday, Game Boy!
More like Game Man! CxC
P.S. Thanks to the late Gunpei Yokoi. Without him, handheld gaming wouldn’t be the same.

charliecoffin:

Happy 25th Birthday, Game Boy!

More like Game Man! CxC

P.S. Thanks to the late Gunpei Yokoi. Without him, handheld gaming wouldn’t be the same.

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7:20 am April 18, 2014 5:56 am April 17, 2014 9:07 pm
One More Go Game Club - Tomba! (PSX)


While we at the One More Go podcast obviously love being able to tell you guys about the multitude of great past games you may have missed, nothing compares to hearing from listeners who were then inspired to experience the game for themselves, and then share their perspective on all that vidya joy. We wanted to find a way to extend that joy, and to share it as widely as possible. With that aim, we came up with Game Club.


Every second month, we’ll announce a game we want everyone to play, as well as a Twitter hashtag so you can share your thoughts on the game whilst playing it. The point is that we want Game Club to be a conversation, not just another story that we tell after the play is finished. For every game, you’ll be able to click the hashtag, see what everyone else is saying about the game and throw in your tuppence worth. Then in the net episode of the podcast, we’ll collate everyone’s observations and find out how the hivemind reacted to the fun.


Sound good? If you want to join in, this month we’re playing Tomba!, a 1997 platform/adventure game for the PlayStation. You can buy the game for £6.49 on PSN and play on your PS3 or Vita, or emulate it if that’s what you’re into.


As you play, if anything strikes as funny or cool, or sparks a memory from playing the game before or reminds you of a great joke about mangos or whatever, write a tweet and add #OMGClub1 at the end. Click that link to see what others are saying and lets explore this crazy world of fruit, evil pigs and loose-fitting shorts together.

One More Go Game Club - Tomba! (PSX)




While we at the One More Go podcast obviously love being able to tell you guys about the multitude of great past games you may have missed, nothing compares to hearing from listeners who were then inspired to experience the game for themselves, and then share their perspective on all that vidya joy. We wanted to find a way to extend that joy, and to share it as widely as possible. With that aim, we came up with Game Club.



Every second month, we’ll announce a game we want everyone to play, as well as a Twitter hashtag so you can share your thoughts on the game whilst playing it. The point is that we want Game Club to be a conversation, not just another story that we tell after the play is finished. For every game, you’ll be able to click the hashtag, see what everyone else is saying about the game and throw in your tuppence worth. Then in the net episode of the podcast, we’ll collate everyone’s observations and find out how the hivemind reacted to the fun.



Sound good? If you want to join in, this month we’re playing Tomba!, a 1997 platform/adventure game for the PlayStation. You can buy the game for £6.49 on PSN and play on your PS3 or Vita, or emulate it if that’s what you’re into.



As you play, if anything strikes as funny or cool, or sparks a memory from playing the game before or reminds you of a great joke about mangos or whatever, write a tweet and add #OMGClub1 at the end. Click that link to see what others are saying and lets explore this crazy world of fruit, evil pigs and loose-fitting shorts together.

7:13 am
pixelclash:


headlights - Wario Land 4 (Nintendo - GBA - 2001)

pixelclash:

headlights - Wario Land 4 (Nintendo - GBA - 2001)

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12:03 am
vgjunk:

Mega Man IV, Game Boy.

vgjunk:

Mega Man IV, Game Boy.

April 16, 2014 1:32 pm

Jet Set Radio (DC) - Shibuya-cho



Find out more about Jet Set Radio (DC) on Episode Fifteen of the One More Go podcast!

April 15, 2014 4:03 am

286ega:

Dangerous Dave in the Haunted Mansion (EGA, 16-color)

Death Scenes

MS-DOS, 1990

April 14, 2014 10:00 pm

Raphnet Gamecube Controller USB Adapter Review!

manolizer:

supersmashspacies:

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This adapter is used to play Gamecube / Wii games through emulators like Dolphin

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9:04 pm 9:03 pm

thevideogameartarchive:

A history of Electronic Art’s Basketball games from the 1990’s, in logo form.

Initially starting off with Team Vs. Team games when the Lakers and Bulls were super popular, EA then switched to NBA with Showdown in 1994. After that they switched over to the Live name, which continues to this day.

Surprisingly difficult to find the 1998 logo and 1995 logo in good quality, not to mention the real weird logo they went to for a while. Also weird that other versions of the 1997 and 1998 game had completely different logos too.

9:03 pm
manolizer:

The Amazing Spider-Man, developed by Rare [1990, GB]

manolizer:

The Amazing Spider-Man, developed by Rare [1990, GB]

1:19 pm

Centipede (A2600) TV ad



A tragic late cut from this month’s Machine Story, this is a glorious example of how to sell a videogame.



Find out more about the Atari 2600 on Episode Fifteen of the One More Go podcast!

April 13, 2014 8:01 am
vgjunk:

Donald Duck the wizard from yesterday’s article about Mickey’s Ultimate Challenge.

vgjunk:

Donald Duck the wizard from yesterday’s article about Mickey’s Ultimate Challenge.