Indie classic LIMBO is getting a Commodore 64 remake!

2010's LIMBO is one of my favorite independent video games. I originally played it on the Xbox 360, which was the platform that initiated me to  modern indie gaming, back at the scene's boom 10 years ago - other Read more

Legacy Future messing around with Unreal Tournament Alpha

Last time I played Unreal Tournament was back in 2002-2003 when I ended up 4th in the European Lan Tournament. Thought to get my hands on Unreal tournament Alpha version 2017. Messy gameplay (its been a while and I Read more

Reverorum Ib Malacht “Ter Agios Numini” album review and soundcloud excerpt

I must give credit for discovering REVERORUM IB MALACHT to longtime comrade John Gossard (Dispirit, ex-Asunder, ex-Weakling)! [soundcloud url="https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/326381574" params="color=ff5500&auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false" width="100%" height="166" iframe="true" /] Strangely enough, following his words of praise back in the early 10’s I haven’t instantly listened to Read more

GOATVERMIN "Detruire" black/death metal album review and bandcamp stream

The first quarter of 2017 sees the spectacular return of French black/death metal, thanks to the debut albums of three excellent bands: Ritualization, Necroblood and Goatvermin. The timing couldn’t be better as there exist strong rumors that Arkhon Infaustus, Read more

INFESTER “To the Depths, in Degradation” death metal re-release review and youtube stream

Re-releases of “best kept secret” type of old bands, usually package attractively mediocre quality content using 80’s/90’s nostalgia and vinyl fetishism. Even when the music is good, most such bands were mere clones back at the day, therefore their (re-) Read more

Nuclear Throne review

Posted on by panos.agoros in Gaming, Music, PC, Playstation 4, video game consoles, video game soundtrack | Leave a comment

Panos takes a radioactive deep dive into the post-apocalyptic world of indie gaming hit Nuclear Throne.

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An Introduction To MSX Canon V-20 Computer!

Posted on by Vassago in Computing, Retro | Leave a comment

Not many people will recall MSX, one of the very first standard home computers firstly announced back in 1983 by Microsoft. Kazuhiko Nishi known through his corporation ASCII joined forces with Microsoft Japan

MSX V 20 Canon

 and created the “MircoSoft eXtended”, even though more recent interviews claim that MSX originally intended to be”Machines with Software eXchangeability“. The computer was mainly connected to a TV as it did not have its own monitor like a Commodor 64 for example, and lots of popular companies such as Sony, Sanyo, Canon and Philips released their own versions.

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