Yesterday my psychedelic band, shwarma, got to play Dean Ween’s Honey Pot Lounge. One of Denver’s first public cannabis consumption lounges and owned by Dean Ween from Ween no less! All of us were able to get high with provided … Continued
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.
After owning a Switch since launch day, my favorite pair of neon yellow Joy-Cons recently started to suffer from the dreaded “Joy-Con Drift” that some people have unfortunately experienced. I tried a few options like opening the affected Joy-con and … Continued
Yesterday at GDC Nvidia launched a new dev kit under their AI computing brand, Jetson. The Jetson Nano is essentially an underclocked Nvidia Shield/Nintendo Switch with the barebones DIY form factor of a Raspberry Pi 3. While it is $60 … Continued
Metroid II for Gameboy was a classic sequel to a game that was challenging enough to play on a console and color TV. But on the Gameboy, playing in black and white (dark green and light green to be more … Continued
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.
LSD Emulator is easily one of the strangest game releases to come out of Japan on PlayStation. Frankly, it’s pretty hard to even call it a game. Osamu Sato would take no offense to that. As he admits to viewing … Continued
Radical Dreamers – Le Trésor Interdit is a Super Nintendo text adventure game by Square. It was originally streamed through the Japanese Satellaview for the Super Famicom, which means almost no one got to play it. While it takes place … Continued