Tuesday, March 19, 2013
How do five games for the price of pay-what-you-want sound? What if two of said games are exclusive debuts and the other three are none other than brilliant retro-tastic indie RPG Phantasmaburbia, being-stood-up-sim Dinner Date and frantic puzzler Vampires!? Quite the bargain I should say and that is why you retro-loving RT readers should have a look at the Cerebral Bundle. It is after all something I've worked on pretty hard too ;)
Oh, and if you beat the average price, you'll also be getting sci-fi adventure J.U.L.I.A., the first episode of thriller Cognition (sporting the talents of the mighty Jane Jensen), odd indie hit I Get This Call Every Day and the just released Reversion: The Meeting.
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Yes, it does come in a battered box, but it's both complete and working, and the fantastic Shoot-'em-up Construction Kit itself. The very same wonderful game creation kit that amazed everyone a couple of decades ago (ouch) in its glorious Amiga version. The auction seller ships to Europe, United States, Australia and Canada.
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Monday, March 4, 2013
Chiller is most probably the most brutal and definitely the sickest game to ever hit the Nintendo NES. Not surprisingly then, it was never licensed or approved by Nintendo and was only sold by American Game Cartridges, ending up quite the rarity. You can find more about it here, here and here. If you are actually interested in owning this lightgun gore-fest you can of course bid on this Chiller (NES) eBay auction for the NTSC version of the game. The game is new and sealed.
Seller ships to the Americas, Europe, Asia and Australia.
Saturday, March 2, 2013
Living in the UK? Have been dreaming of a shiny Amstrad CPC 464 for the past 20 or so years? One with a colour monitor and more than a few 8-bit lovelies on tape? Well, you are in luck then as this CPC auction is definitely for you. It even comes with a manual, introductory book and both a cassette head cleaner and an azimuth head alignment tape.