The nineties were a time of weird and wonderful experimentation in Japan. Not to be left out, Capcom released a weird device that looked a lot like a video game console.
The Dreamcast has long been one of my top-5 consoles, and the GDEMU is an amazing multi-game loader that makes the Dreamcast even more awesome.
“From the discomfort of truth there is only one refuge: ignorance. I do not need to be comfortable, and I will not take refuge. I demand to know.”
–Richard Morgan, from the novel Black Man.
Twenty years ago today Sega’s 32-bit Saturn console was launched in Japan.
Shantae feels like the best artists in the world got together with talented designers and had nothing to say. They were artists, the best of the best, but that’s just not enough.
The rise and fall of the PC Engine, viewed through a 43GB archive of magazine scans.
For a while, a bug in MAME made it impossible to get good screenshots. It’s long been fixed, but it’s described here anyway.
A long while ago I was asked to write a book about video game pixel art, but at the last minute told to focus on something that really wasn’t my forte. So I started working on a new book about the things I wanted to write about.
I’m a very fussy reader. I require my stories to be smart, and the characters in them to be relatable. When a story’s premise is daft, I can ignore it for the sake of a rollicking good yarn, but if the people are stupid I can’t continue for long. It’s the same for movies, which […]
I received an interesting thing in the mail yesterday, it’s a USB dongle from iiNet, a large Australian ISP.
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