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Alex Kidd in Miracle World remake gets June release date
Alex Kidd in Miracle World remake gets June release date
Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX, developer Jankenteam's remake of the much-loved Sega Master System classic, will be making its way to PC, PlayStation, Xbox, and Switch on 24th June. The original Alex Kidd debuted on the Master System three and a half decades ago, back in 1986 (apologies to those out there suddenly feeling very old), and charted the adventures of the titular martial artist as he set off to rescue King Thunder's son. Those adventures manifested as a bright, breezy puzzle-platfomer (one which Eurogamer's Christian Donlan described as "f*cking great" to me earlier, if you're looking for some kind of quality gauge), and Jankenteam's remake will offer all that, plus more. Read more
The Alex Kidd Remake Is Looking Sharp
The Alex Kidd Remake Is Looking Sharp
Alex Kidd is one of my earliest console gaming memories, and I was so obsessed with it I used to bug my parents to rent a Sega Master System for the weekend just so I could play it.
Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX Lands In June, Along With An Awesome Signature Edition
Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX Lands In June, Along With An Awesome Signature Edition
New trailer miraculously appears, too. Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX, developed by Jankenteam, looks like another welcome remaster of a much loved retro title.
DF Direct Weekly: Is Intel's Rocket Lake really that bad?
DF Direct Weekly: Is Intel's Rocket Lake really that bad?
Yes, it's a public holiday, but Digital Foundry Direct Weekly continues nonetheless! In this 91 minute episode, myself, John Linneman and Alex Battaglia tackle a number of topics, kicking off with the controversy surrounding Intel's Rocket Lake.
You Don’t Have To Run The Exclusive Reveal For The War Crime Game
You Don’t Have To Run The Exclusive Reveal For The War Crime Game
Rebooted war crime simulator Six Days in Fallujah got its official gameplay reveal yesterday in a new trailer that seems to confirm some people’s criticisms of the game as one-sided propaganda for the US war machine.