Geek.com has a nice gallery of Atari 2600 game cartridge boxes and screenshots of what the games actually looked like.
Some might say that this practice “misleading”. While I agree that to a modern eye, this art misrepresents what you are going to be playing, but it makes total sense when you look at the art in the context of the time it was released and try to understand how it was useful to gamers during this period.
“I have had it with these motherfucking Sith on this motherfucking train!” –GPS1138, Video Game Enthusiast Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order is the best Star Wars game I’ve played since Knights of the Old Republic, which is one of the best video games of all time. I did not want to buy Fallen Order. I […]
I really like these ‘ergonomic’ JoyCon replacements. The tiny JoyCons are a pain to hold. These replacements make holding the Switch while you play a lot easier for my carpal tunnel suffering hands. Everything works like the stock JoyCon, except there is something substantial to hold on to. Wireless Controller for Switch, BestOff Neon Red […]
The Chinese government is concerned that children are spending too much time playing computer games, reports The New York Times. It has issued new regulations forbidding young people from playing games after 10pm, and limiting playtime to 90 minutes on weekdays. Spending on in-game merchandise is capped at $28 – $57 a month. To ensure […]
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Vinyl is officially back. People are hearing the proof behind the initial “retro” excitement: that records really do have a richer sound. And if you haven’t switched to old-school records for serious listening, it’s a new golden age. Why? Because quality turntables like the Altec Lansing ALT-500 are finally available to a market other than […]
Between all of our apps, streaming devices, Bluetooth speakers, and energy-sucking decorations, paying for utilities each month can be…brutal. In fact, the average household spends roughly $70 a month on the water bill alone. That number might not seem terribly significant, but when you add it up, that’s $840 a year — a pretty significant […]