Dracula’s Cave is making a game!
So today I’ve got some news I’m really excited to share. Dracula’s Cave is making its first game, and it’s going to be called Orange Cube. I’m currently in the process of preparing material for the full reveal, but in the meantime I couldn’t resist making an initial announcement. Please look out for more information about Orange Cube in the upcoming weeks!
Review: Black Butler
Ciel Phantomhive is thirteen years old. He’s the head of a noble family, runs a toy manufacturing company, and lives in a massive mansion. Oh, and he’s also got a demon for a butler. As you’d imagine, life is pretty great for Ciel. Well, aside from the dubious ‘contract’ he made with butler Sebastian, and the unfortunate murder of both his parents. Still, on the plus side he’s got an awesome butler with an awesome catchphrase. You see he’s simply…
Book Review: Console Wars: SEGA, Nintendo, and The Battle That Defined a Generation
It’s 1990. Videogames are a $3 billion industry and Nintendo owns 90% of it. The other 10% is made up of wannabes that include SEGA, who in the next three years will transform themselves from obscurity into the market leader. This is the story of Console Wars, and Blake J Harris retells the greatest battle in videogame history in an exciting, detailed, and ever-so-slightly biased way.
This Week’s Purchase: SEGA Master System (plus additional SEGA items)
Anyone following DC may be vaguely aware of the evolution of my SEGA collection, and in the past I’ve documented both my Mega Drive and Dreamcast buying sprees. Alongside the Saturn my collection was nearing completion, and finally this week I turned my attention to the one console that was notably absent; the Master System.