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BITpast discovers: Suikoden

Oh has it really been a month? Guess I’ve been caught up with the next PSone classic I’m going to review for you. It’s called Suikoden, was released in 1996 and kickstarted a franchise, and the review starts after this … Continue reading

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BITpast discovers: Alundra

For some reason I was supremely over-confident in my last post when I said “See you in 30 hours”, expecting to actually complete my first PSone Classic title, as opposed to abandoning it in disgust after approximately 4 hours in. Alundra … Continue reading

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Retro news: I bought a PS Vita

The debate over just what counts as ‘retro’ rages and will continue to rage on. For my own interpretation, with Sony having shifted focus and ceased in-house development for the system, we can all but declare the system dead, and … Continue reading

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Adoration of Sega over time

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The Sega Saturn

Nowadays I’m exclusively a PC gamer. But that’s only because the Sega Saturn retired circa 1999. Which was the same year I got my first PC. Coincidence? If Sega Saturn titles were still being released today, I suspect I would … Continue reading

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Review: Mark of the Ninja

As a real life ninja, I found this ninja simulation to be woeful at portraying the realities of the Way of the Ninja. This is mainly due to two central design decisions. And you almost can’t blame the game itself, … Continue reading

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TEAM 17 making first Worms sequel in 16 years: Worms WMD.

After 16 years of growing the franchise in a direction no original fan of the series wanted, Team 17 finally admit: “Yes, you were right, Worms Armageddon is the best Worms game. We’re sorry about everything we did afterwards.” At … Continue reading

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