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The scourge of the spaceways, the giant lizard Zelos, has devoured the twin worlds of Gradius and Latis. The only chance of escaping Zelo's stomach lies in the shape of two super starfighters, the Gradius Industries Vic Viper, and Latis's ... Read More
15 Jul, 2014 - If you are looking for a nostalgia trip then the Retronauts podcast is always a good place to go. This week's edition of the podcast features none other than Julian 'Jazza' Rignall who ... Read More
08 Jul, 2014 - Back in the early '90s, if you'd have told the average Mean Machines reader that one day they'd be able to fit every single SNES game onto a piece of plastic no bigger than a postage ... Read More
19 May, 2014 - Do you remember boring Sunday afternoons as a kid being forced to sit down with family members and play a four hour game of Monopoly, when you would rather be playing Street Fighter II on ... Read More
The Konix Multisystem - a killer machine with terrific support and interesting features which sadly didn't see the light of day. In this news feature Paul Glancey explains just how amazing the console promised to be. View media item