Archive for Tag: the 1980s
Terrence Atkins’ Adventures in Game Land – Part 1
Comics by Terrence Atkins on
Terrence Atkins has begun a NEW comic series, detailing her many journeys through videogames!
Reviews by Christian Porter on
Shows what's possible when XBLIG developers actually try.
In Defense of Yo! Noid
Blog Posts by Christian Porter on
Soon myself and a cabal of other GameCola staffers will be following up 2010's Top 50 Best Games of All Time by releasing GameCola's Top 50 Worst Games Ever. The list will have a bunch of the usual su
Retro ≠ Good: Castlevania
Columns by Christian Porter on
Some games have aged well and are still fun to this day. Then there's Castlevania.
Reviews by Bradley Keene on
Every 100 years, Dracula's castle appears out of nowhere to bring the pain to lovely and poverty-ridden Transylvania, with the Belmont family tree answering their cries to smite the wicked.
Double Dragon II: The Revenge (NES)
Reviews by Mark Freedman on
It's a very influential series, and this is one of the first games to introduce a nice co-op fighting mode.
Reviews by Matt Wright on
It's been described as a more mature version of Bomberman, and how can that be a bad thing?
Reviews by Paul Franzen on
Its only fault is that some of the questions now are so dated that they're almost unanswerable.