Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game is finally back, and the preorders for the physical edition of the remaster go live at Limited Run Games on January 15. The digital versions of the game for PC and Consoles will go live on January 14th, 2021!
After a long wait, fans of the famed beat ’em up game based on the Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World comic books, is returning on a remastered version after it was suddenly delisted from XBOX Live and PlayStation Network back on December 30th, 2014, leaving fans perplexed at the time.
The competition that brought us so many MSX indie classics is back! MSXDev ’21 was just announced a few days ago and it promises to be as big as it has ever been, with a new slew of instant classics for the MSX platform.
The MSX platform thankfully is one of those classic computing platforms that just refuses to die, and hugely in part due to the MSXDev contest that is now running since 2003, and now enters its 17th edition.
After a long wait, the unofficial port of Atic Atac for the Amstrad CPC is finally out. We’ve been following the development of this port from the classic 1983 ZX Spectrum game by the Stamper Brothers – founders of Ultimate Play the Game – and the results are above what we expected from this great port.
Do you remember Paprium? Well, I don’t blame you if you don’t, but the important part is that the game is finally out! When everyone thought that their pre-order money was long gone, the game gets shipped to the people that bought it years ago!
Watermelon Games is no strange to delaying games and then releasing it when people had lost hope. Pier Solar and the Great Architects for the SEGA Mega Drive by the same company comes to mind.
Micromancers, the famed Spanish publisher of MSX indie games in cartridge form just announced their next release: Suite Macabre.
Suite Macabre is an adventure game in which you impersonate a shy research assistant in search for his mentor, Dr. Kowalski. You must untangle Dr. K’s mysterious vanishing in the abandoned Dunwich Hotel while taking care of the strange and disturbing wandering creatures.
To achieve your goal, you will have to interact with the environment, pick unsuspected objects and use them in the most strange places and… bosses. Fight bosses in memorable battles between light and darkness!
Cyberpunk 2077 was supposed to be one of the best games of all time, instead, it has turned into a living nightmare for its developers and a huge disappointment for the game’s and CD Projekt Red’s fans.
CD Projekt released Cyberpunk 2077 for PlayStation 4, Stadia, Windows, and Xbox One on 10 December 2020, with PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S versions planned to follow in 2021. It received praise for its narrative, setting, and graphics, although some of its gameplay elements received mixed responses, to say the least. The game has several issues playing on the PS4 and XBOX One systems, being only acceptable on a powerful PC and, believe it or not, Google’s Stadia.
With a New generation of consoles upon us right now with the release of the PS5 and XBOX Series X, it seems that PS4 and XBOX One systems are also nowhere to be found at the same time.
When looking up closer, it looks like that this time around, the previous generation will be discontinued even faster by the major console manufacturers than ever before. Only one generation ago, when the PS4 and the XBOX One launched in 2013, you could still find PS3 and XBOX 360 consoles in the shelves of places such as Best Buy, Target and Walmart for a few months to come. I remembering getting a XBOX 360 bundle with Kinect on Christmas that year for my kids to play Minecraft.
A few friends have received the MEGASD today on the mail, and it looks like the news are not that great. People are complaining about the sound on the system. To this moment I have two people that mentioned no sound on all SEGA CD games, and one reported no sound on SEGA Genesis games, plus Mega Drive games do not load. It looks like the TerraOnion MEGA SD is off to a bad start. One of these friends said he does not recommend the MEGA SD to anyone, it’s been a hassle to him to make the thing work properly. I have never seen people complain about the Everdrive, and this is supposed to be better.
I have not purchased one, because it is quite expensive and I rather get my third Commodore Amiga computer on my collection than this and they would be pretty much the same price, LOL!
In all seriousness, I will keep an eye on this development and report it right here for you!