The little yellow ghost hunting dot that kicked off the arcade craze of the 1980s (and video games in general) gets his just due.
Zombies on a boat? Fat dudes running around calling themselves Batman? And an arcade classic finally comes home after 20 years? Yes, on all three counts.
Max Payne 3 may be months away, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still wet your appetite for the next installment. Only how about we do it a little differently with some 8-bit nostalgia? Yes, kids, this is what games used to look like.
There’s no telling how many video game references are in this jam, I lost count around 60. But hey, any rap that references Star Tropics AND Life Force is tops in my book.
It’s like somebody took all your favorite classic Nintendo characters, threw them in a blender, and then dumped them in the Mushroom Kingdom.
Crack open that roll of quarters and tell your mom to pick you up at five, we’ve lined up the 20 Awesomest Classic Arcade Cabinets.
Bad drivers and rabid dogs aren’t really a problem on the paper route when you’ve got a spreader gun.
Take a trip down nostalgia lane to MegaMan 2, only now it’s been updated to the 21st century in glorious HD. 1988 never looked so fantastic.
An arcade classic is now available on PSN and XBLA. Cowabunga, man!
For whatever reason, Nintendo shot this commercial for Super Game Boy with Wu-Tang in 1993 and then decided to never let it see the light of day.
Music and Atari come together to give us this classic retro gaming masterpiece. It will be interesting to see if we get this kind of creativity for Xbox tributes in 20 years.