Another week is out of the way, and it's been filled with lots of cool retro news. That fake Kevin Costner's Waterworld game from The Simpsons? Hey, it's a real thing now! And what about the news that Windows 95 had a unique approach to fixing a bug in SimCity? We also found out something new about the original WipEout logo which means you can't look at the number 8 in the same way again.
As for feature content, it was a packed week as ever:
- Best PS2 Games
- Expensive, Bulky And Unreliable - But I Still Love My Original Donkey Kong Coin-Op
- Building The Ultimate Sega Dreamcast
- Top Hat Gaming Man, Lady Decade And A Photo Of Ray Harryhausen
- A Handheld History - 270 Pages Of Love For Portable Gaming
- Persona Only Exists Because Atlus Switched Directions 35 Years Ago
But that was the past week! We now want to focus on what we're unwinding with this weekend. Here goes!
Damien McFerran, Editorial Director
As was the case last week, I still can't put my Analogue Pocket down. The system keeps getting new cores, while the existing ones are improved with new features. We also got a new firmware update recently, so the system really is growing in potential all the time.
Jack Yarwood, Staff Writer
This weekend I’m going to find the time to play The Excavation of Hob’s Barrow, a new point-and-click adventure from Cloak and Dagger Games and Wadjet Eye. I’ve been following its development on Twitter ever since it was called INCANTAMENTUM, and can’t wait to dig into its folksy Victorian horror story.
So, what are you playing this weekend? Let us know with a comment below!