An overview of the history, hardware, and software of the Philips VG-8235 from the perspective of a vintage computer collector. How do the pros and cons stack up, what games can you play on it, and is it worth the cost?
Rest in peace, Maxis Emeryville! Wishing the best for all who are now without a job.
You may think of Minesweeper as a game one only plays casually… but think again. Enjoy the history and making of the game, as well as some details on things like 3BV, NF, and competitive play!
Tomy’s Waterfuls were a thing from 1976 through the 90’s, somehow. Never underestimate the staying power of cheap children’s toys!
This is the LGR review of The Sims from 2000. Covers the making of the game, the gatefold box, expansion packs, and heavy nostalgia. Celebrating fifteen years of simming!
Remember those cheap LCD handheld systems in the 80’s and 90’s? They didn’t all totally suck, believe it or not!
One of the seminal real-time strategy games of the mid 1990’s, Age of Empires was an epic game of conquest and empire management. Wololo.
Finally, the official LGR channel trailer! Just in case you had no idea what you’d been watching this whole time.
CHAMProgramming was a champion of arcade game conversions for MS-DOS! A retrospective of all their games, from CHAMP Kong onward.