NEOGEO: A visual history: Collector's edition book by Bitmap books

NEOGEO: A visual history: Collector’s edition book by Bitmap books

NEO-GEO: A visual history: Collector’s edition book by Bitmap books is the ultimate guide to probably one of the best consoles ever released. The Neo-Geo was release in the early 90’s its premise was arcade gaming in the home, it actually took arcade boards and placed them into a home console. Costing an eye-watering £600 for the console and £150 per game it makes todays … Continue reading NEOGEO: A visual history: Collector’s edition book by Bitmap books

Metroid - Samus returns - Legacy edition - Nintendo 3DS

Metroid – Samus returns – Legacy edition – Nintendo 3DS review

Metroid is back and this time it is on the Nintendo 3DS, I managed to purchase the Legacy edition of Samus returns, as always lets get into the details: You get a rather sizeable box for a 3DS game which is always a good start, you have Samus pictured on the front with her glowing helmet. Opening the box reveals a stack of fun goodies … Continue reading Metroid – Samus returns – Legacy edition – Nintendo 3DS review

Super Nintendo Entertainment system classic mini - SNES mini

Super Nintendo Entertainment System – Classic mini – SNES mini review

The Super Nintendo Entertainment System classic mini or SNES mini for short is here 🙂 Firstly for anyone that doesn’t know what this is, this is a re-release of the 90’s Nintendo gaming console, it now is in full HD and upscales the 21 games built into the system. This is Nintendo’s second iconic home gaming system, the first being the Nintendo Entertainment System – … Continue reading Super Nintendo Entertainment System – Classic mini – SNES mini review

64 Bits - An Exhibition of the webs lost past

64 Bits exhibition & Arcade bar – Here East London

I recently visited the Queen Elizabeth Olympic park – Here East building to check out the 64 Bits exhibition, an exhibition about the webs lost past and a arcade gaming bar that happened to be in the same building! Now as always lets get into the details: Firstly the 64 Bits exhibition was running from 30th of March to the 21st of April, I’m afraid it’s … Continue reading 64 Bits exhibition & Arcade bar – Here East London

Nintendo Switch - Zelda Breath of the wild - Limited edition

Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild – Limited Edition – Nintendo Switch

When the Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild was announced a few years ago I was so excited, this excitement got much worse once I found out it was coming out on launch with the amazing Nintendo Switch (Checkout my review). So when the Limited edition versions were announced I thought that is the one to get. When I saw the USA limited edition I … Continue reading Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild – Limited Edition – Nintendo Switch

Nintendo switch - London event

Nintendo Switch – London preview event

Last weekend I was lucky enough to get tickets for the Nintendo Switch – London preview event, now lets take a quick look on the fun I had! The event took place near London Bridge at Tanner & Co in Bermondsey. Tanner & Co is a warehouse event space and restaurant, on a side note I had lunch there after the event and it was excellent. … Continue reading Nintendo Switch – London preview event

Extreme Gamez - Retro gaming store in Ashby-de-la-Zouch

Extreme Gamez – Retro gaming store review

Extreme Gamez is a retro gaming store in Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire, England! Extreme Gamez do also sell current generation games but they have a dedicated ‘retro loft’ on the first floor. This is what I was interested in. Currently in the UK their are just not enough stores that stock retro games. Since the commercial buyout of Gamestation which has now just become Game and they have … Continue reading Extreme Gamez – Retro gaming store review

London Gaming Market

London Gaming Market – Retro gaming and board game event!

I ws very excited to be attending the London Gaming Market at the Royal National Hotel at Russell Square, the latest event took place at on November 6th 2016. I arrived at 11.15am, it was already really busy! There was a queue outside and when I got inside I was surprised by the number of people already there. It seemed like it opened at 10am and … Continue reading London Gaming Market – Retro gaming and board game event!