Hello gentle reader, and welcome to another exciting edition of Newsbytes. Let’s take a quick journey down the road of brief arcade news items to get your weekend into high gear: New Sighting For The World’s Largest Frogger We haven’t heard anything about the World’s Largest Frogger since it was first found on test back [...]
Survival horror is one of those genres that is so broad as to almost be meaningless as a descriptor. You’ve got zombie survival horror, ghosts, rogue AI, aliens – you name it, if it can kill you, it can be front and center in a survival horror. Given how diverse the field is, it is [...]
1999 was one heck of a year and not just because of the impending Y2K apocalypse on the horizon. The year that served as the transition point between the PlayStation and PlayStation 2, 1999 demonstrated that the PSX was nowhere close to being finished with triple-A titles and the general quality of the PlayStation lineup [...]
August in the UK means it’s time for our national pinball show held in the familiar surroundings of the Mercure Daventry Court hotel, and Pinball News is here to report live on events across the three days. The Mercure Daventry Court hotel, in…. err…. Daventry ‘Familiar’ because we’ve been here before, first in 2010 and [...]
While there are a number of VR-enhanced arcade machines out there on the market right now, nothing has made as big a splash as the Virtual Rabbids: The Big Ride by LAI Games. By all reports I’ve heard, the machine is performing well on location, and has likewise been selling well into new locations. To [...]
It’s been a little while since we showcased a game coming to the Exa-Arcadia multi-game arcade platform, so let’s turn our focus to an oddball in the group: a party game by the name of Nippon Marathon Turbo Hyper Running. Developed by Onion Soup Interactive, the original game (available on the PC/PS4/Switch/XB1) was first released [...]
Some consoles had a much larger impact on the course of video games than many of us realise… …one of those is the Commodore Amiga! Commodore’s attempt at competing with IBM PCs and Apple’s newly introduced Macintosh, 1985’s Amiga was an impressive piece of kit for its time though most of us don’t remember it [...]
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