Antstream aims to bring retro gaming to a modern audience

Antstream aims to bring retro gaming to a modern audience

May 9, 2019

Antstream is a new gaming service which aims to bring a vast catalogue of retro games to PC, Mac, Xbox One and Android via streaming tech. It’s basically aiming to be a Netflix for retro gaming. They are currently seeking backers on Kickstarter, and have reached their goal of £60,000, which will enable them to bring the service to the PS4 by the end of...

DARIUSBURST Chronicle Saviours – review

DARIUSBURST Chronicle Saviours – review

Mar 8, 2016

Format: PC (version reviewed), PS4, PSVita Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Degica Developer: Pyramid Players: 1-4 Site: http://darius.jp/dbcs/en/ Game code provided by PR DariusBurst Chronicle Saviours’ gameplay will be immediately familiar to those with even a passing interest in the bullet hell shooter genre: You control one of a variety of ships...

Alan Wake’s American Nightmare: review

Alan Wake’s American Nightmare: review

Feb 28, 2012

Format: Xbox Live Arcade Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Microsoft Studios Developer: Remedy Entertainment Players: 1 Site: http://www.alanwake.com/american-nightmare/ Alan Wake was a well received critical success by many people’s standards (including ours) though its sales were somewhat lacklustre in comparison. Rather than work on a proper sequel to...

Crazy Taxi: review

Crazy Taxi: review

Dec 2, 2010

Format: XBLA (version reviewed), PSN Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Sega Developer: Sega Players: 1 Site: www.xbox.com With Sega’s latest scheme to re-release Dreamcast classics on XBLA and PSN, they seem intent on shooting themselves in the foot. Sonic Adventure’s release proved once and for all that it wasn’t ever a good game to begin...

Super Meat Boy: review

Super Meat Boy: review

Nov 8, 2010

Format: Xbox Live Arcade Unleashed: Out now Publisher: Team Meat Developer: Team Meat Players: 1 Site: http://www.supermeatboy.com Super Meat Boy could easily have been a frustrating, infuriating ball of pain, but instead, it is a frustrating, infuriating ball of pain that is also insanely fun to play. The game’s premise is simple enough: A classic...