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The year is 1997. The world, at peace until now, is brought to the brink of global disaster - the Union of the Lizard has kidnapped a large number of dignitaries, and has threatened to kill them all unless their demands are met to the letter. The ... Read More
13 Aug, 2014 - Do you remember the good old days of arcade gaming in the 80s and the 90s? Most towns would have several arcade joints, sometimes in dedicated buildings, sometimes in the halls of taxi ... 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
From their humble beginnings at Argonaut Software British coders Dylan Cuthbert and Giles Goddard have scaled the heights of their profession, both of them earning coveted positions within the Japanese offices of Nintendo. They've since moved on ... View media item