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Rambo Part II Review

Rambo came to us in 1985 and was released by Ocean Software Limited.   The game play is actually based on the  film, Rambo: First Blood Part II featuring Sylvester Stallone also released in 1985. The game is available on Cassette and Disk format for multiple platforms like the Commodore 64,

The Arcade Classic . . . Bezerk

Berzerk is a very simplistic game that takes me back to the 80’s reminding me of Battle Star Galactica for some reason, I think it was the Cylons in the series that are quite similar to the robots in the game. Berserk is multi-directional shooter video arcade game  that was

The Dragon 32K & 64K Computers

Dragon Data Ltd created its first home computer in August 1982 with the introduction of the Dragon 32.   Upon its release there was already a vast range of more superior home computers avaliable on the market, only a year later they followed up with a revised version called the Dragon

The Ultimate Jetpac

If you go wey back to 1983, then you might have come across this classic little game Jetpac.  Jetpac was created by Chris Stamper and the graphics by Tim Stamper from Ultimate or Ashby Computers & Graphics as they were known as back then and this was also the companies

H.E.R.O.

The title of this superb game H.E.R.O. is actually an acronym standing for Helicopter Emergency Rescue Operation.  Written by John Van Ryzin and published by Activision this epic, single-player video game was first released on the Atari 2600 in March 1984. Funnily enough your role in the game is as

Raid over Moscow

Created by Bruce Carver for Access Software and published by U.S. Gold 1984-85, Raid over Moscow is full blown multi-action game that combines smooth graphics, great sound effect and quite a good story line.  Your role in the game places you in the Cold War era as an American Space Pilot that has to try and stop three Soviet nuclear

Nintendo 64

The Nintendo 64 was released in Europe in September 1997 and was the last of the fifth generation consoles to be made.  It was also to be Nintendo’s last cartridge based console due to the close competition being CD based such as Sony’s PlayStation and the Sega Saturn. In Europe the system was released with two launch games Super Mario

Lazy Jones

What a superb game this was when it got released and to many true retro-gamers out there still is!  Lazy Jones is definitely one of those games that once you start playing is hard to put down. The best way to describe it is as a multi-game, within a game, it will become more apparent as you read

The Falcon Patrol Series.

      I can clearly remember this game as it was one of the first games I played when I got my Commodore 64 many years ago.  This cracking little game was written by Steve Lee for Virgin Games and released in 1983.  Sharp graphics with some great sound effects really made this game whey back