Tetris 99 – Battle Royale Style

Even though it has been several decades since the conception of Tetris, this grandpa of a video game is constantly being adapted and updated. Tetris 99 is no exception to this trend.

Wii 2 HDMI Adapter review

Do you have an old Wii? Do you need to connect it to a modern TV? Then I have the exact thing for you! The ‘Wii 2 HDMI’ adapter is an interesting piece of hardware that converts the propriety output of the Nintendo Wii into a more usable HDMI connector. It up-scales the outputted image,Continue reading “Wii 2 HDMI Adapter review”

Second-hand Haul! [Episode #3] Plymouth Plunder

In the third episode of ‘Second-hand Haul!’, I showcase all the things that I managed to find during my trip around the charity shops down in Plymouth.

HugeCrate Retro Playstation Bundle

I’m the kind of guy who really enjoys the mystery of a decent LootCrate. Paying a bit of money for an assortment of random nerdy goodies. So when I found an old, dusty, and beaten up Retro Playstation HugeCrate at my local Game shop, I didn’t hesitate to buy it.

Manchester Gaming Market Haul – September 2019

A few weeks I went to the Manchester Gaming Market and bought myself a massive Nintendo themed haul of gaming goodies. I really enjoy gaming markets as you really don’t know what you might find there.

I want a Final Fantasy 7, 8, & 9 physical edition!

So this is it! Final Fantasy 8 Remastered is now available for purchase on modern consoles! Which is great, but what I really really would like is a Final Fantasy 7, 8 & 9 physical edition.

A big plastic box of Nintendo Wii goodies!

When I found a big plastic box full of a black Nintendo Wii and some other random goodies during my search of an Ashgate Hospice charity shop, I jumped at the chance to buy it.

‘The Nostalgia Nerd’s Retro Tech’ Book Review

The games industry has a super deep and super interesting history. There’s plenty of books out there to choose from, many of which are very good at delving into this history.

The SEGA Mega Drive ‘Plug N Play’ console by AT Games

Thanks to my step-dad, I’ve managed to get my hands on the AT Games version of the SEGA Mega Drive. This plug and play console boasts 81 built in games, Stereo Sound, and a slot that accepts official Mega Drive cartridges.