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Retro Review Friday #3: Captain America and The Avengers

Retro Review Friday #3: Captain America and The Avengers

With the Avengers: Age of Ultron coming to theatres soon, I felt it was the perfect time to give a review on Captain America and The Avengers, the arcade game released by Data East in 1991. A generic side-scrolling brawling and shooting beat-em-up, it features a number of Marvel Comics superheroes on a mission to defeat Red Skull, and evil

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Retro Review Friday #2: Xevious

Retro Review Friday #2: Xevious

One of the world’s first vertical scrolling shooter games, controversially referred to by many players as being “a beautiful looking game with some of the least enjoyable game-play”, is Xevious. Released by Namco in 1982, this easily recognizable arcade game quickly interested arcade patrons with it’s unique looking cabinet and colourful side art. With an 8-way joystick and four buttons,

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Guy Vachon’s Titan Bartop

Guy Vachon’s Titan Bartop

Guy Vachon’s Titan Bartop This custom bartop was built by Guy Vachon using our Titan Bartop Arcade Cabinet Kit. Guy is using a Hyperspin front-end, a custom one player control panel layout including a joystick, buttons and a trackball, and has incorporated buttons on the left and right sides for playing virtual pinball. He has also installed a specialized accelerometer

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Retro Review Friday #1: Pac-Man

Retro Review Friday #1: Pac-Man

When you think of video games, you can’t help but think of that iconic little yellow ball, chomping pellets and chasing ghosts. Yes, I’m talking about one of the most identifiable video game characters of all time: Pac-Man. Pac-Man was designed by Toru Iwatani in 1980 for Namco, and is easily one of the most easily recognizable arcade games of

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