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Give into nostalgia with your favorite Arcade1Up machine for $199

Play on, player.

Walmart is taking $ 100 off the Arcade1Up retro arcade machines. This deal matches one we saw that took $ 100 off the Asteroids machine, but that deal excluded the other collections! Today you can pick from your favorite games and get the ones that work best for you.

The other Arcade1Up cabinets down to $ 199 include: Street Fighter 2, Rampage, Centipede, and Galaga, and Pacman. You can also get $ 50 off  [Read More…]

Golden Axe Classic review: Capitalization on nostalgia

Sega brings another classic game from its lineup to Android – this time the fantasy slasher that revolutionized the side-scrolling beat ’em up genre, Golden Axe. See what we thought of the port here.

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Double Dragon Trilogy delivers on action and nostalgia

Relive all the glory of the early Double Dragon games on Android!

If you ask me, Double Dragon is the definitive arcade beat ’em up game from the late 80s era of gaming. It’s such an iconic franchise that kicked all sorts of ass back in the arcades and on the NES.

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Porting classic games like Double Dragon to mobile should be a straightforward affair, but as we all  [Read More…]

Sonic the Hedgehog – A central line of Nostalgia

For those of you too young to remember (damn, does typing that make me feel old), Sega used to be a really big deal. It was Nintendo’s chief rival, with Sonic playing the part of Mario. Sonic’s library of games spans every generation of console and dozens of titles since 1991, beginning with this one […]

Google’s latest update for PhotoScan makes it easier to share the nostalgia

This is also a friendly reminder that Google PhotoScan exists and it’s worth using — just in case.

Remember PhotoScan? The app that lets you save digital copies of your printed photos to Google Photos? It’s a neat way to store those old photographs, loose Polaroids, and school pictures in the cloud — just in case. Google has announced it’s pushing out an update to the service. With it comes two new  [Read More…]

Wander down Nostalgia lane with a Gameboy Emulator on Gear VR!

Rocking out to your favorite Gameboy games in now easier than ever.

As games evolve and grow, one console replaces the next. This means that after a few years you may realize that you no longer have the system to properly run your favorite games, or even worse, that you still have the system but it’s so old it can’t even hook up to your television anymore. That’s where emulators come in. They allow you to run  [Read More…]

Psychonauts in VR is a pretty great nostalgia trip

This review is going to be a little biased.

I love Psychonauts. I’ve played through the original more times than I can count, and have a deep appreciation for the world and its characters. If it were possible to camp out behind Double Fine’s offices and watch everyone work on Psychonauts 2, I would do so. Yeah, I’m one of those people and I jumped at the opportunity to play Psychonauts In The Rhombus Of Ruin through  [Read More…]

Trring brings nostalgia to your lockscreen [App Review]

Want something different for a lockscreen? Look no further. Trring brings a rotary dial phone-type launcher right to your lock-screen, granted that you don’t care much about security.


Because of how simple it is, you really don’t need instructions on how to use it. Nevertheless, there is still a tutorial that shows you how to assign different apps to the different slots. I did experience lag, but that can be attributed to the fact that the app is in Beta.

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Snake Rewind brings a dose of classic gaming nostalgia to Android

Snake Rewind, a reboot from the creator of the original classic mobile game, has officially launched on Android today.

Snake Rewind, a reboot of the classic game made famous on practically every early Nokia device, has launched on Android a day earlier than anticipated. Snake Rewind offers a fresh take on the familiar Snake formula, adding in 10 visually distinct levels, a rewind mechanic, and much more.

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