Today is the the 15th anniversary of Mother 3 for the GBA and we have luckily been treated to some QOL improvements, performance boosts and translation fixes from the fan translation team at fobby.net. After 10 years of being released, it still amazes me that this team of fans has put more effort into this […]
The Missing Link is an extremely polished ROMhack by game modders Kaze Emanuar and /Zel/ that continues the story between Ocarina of Time and Majoras Mask with a quest to find Navi.
At the time of its release in 2001, Silent Hill 2 was graphically unrivaled when compared to anything else that was out on other gaming platforms.
Here is a 2 part collection of high quality soundtrack rips from one of the most stylistically badass game series ever released by Sega.
Here are 5 of my favorite Lucas Arts adventure games from the early 90s pixel art era that I can still appreciate and play to this day.
While both PSO Episode 1 & 2 had no hopes of being able to save the Dreamcast from its untimely demise, it didn’t stop Sonic Team from delivering an absolute synth and symphonic masterpiece.
A little over 20 years after development originally started we are now finally able to play a prototype for what would eventually become Star Fox Adventure for the Gamecube.
It’s been a minute since I’ve been able to post here, but the site still gets tons of traffic monthly so I’ve decided to put some extra effort into this and get an even better experience.
Almost a decade after it was developed, we can now play the Goldeneye 007 remaster for Xbox 360 that never made it to the Xbox Live Arcade store due to licensing issues between MS, Nintendo, and MGM.
In today’s collection, we’ll be focusing on 3 mecha games for the Super Famicom that didn’t make their way out of Japan by traditional means.
I checked out a few different colorization hacks for this game and found the newest one released this month to be the best when it comes to color palette choices, graphical improvements, and bug fixes that allow the colorization to run flawlessly on almost all emulators.
In this first collection, we’ll be focusing on 3 Square games for the Super Famicom that didn’t make their way out of Japan by traditional means.