9/10/2019 10:42:08 am
I DO NOT COME TO THIS SITE FOR GAMING CONTENT, PATREON CANCELLED.
9/10/2019 10:44:33 am
Quit moaning, be happy for what you get etc.
9/10/2019 05:13:35 pm
9/10/2019 10:43:10 am
VAG, now thats a mag I'd like to spread open and get stuck into.
Professor Paul Daniels
9/10/2019 02:05:08 pm
Spreading open vag... clearly never experienced an actual woman...
10/10/2019 02:52:28 pm
My wife would probably agree with you there.
9/10/2019 10:51:44 am
Edge is still like this after so long
9/10/2019 10:54:53 am
My Robocod™ nasal decongestant is missing from the cover of my magazine.
9/10/2019 11:21:21 am
Remember Gamer - absolutely brilliant, I have a few issues of Retro Gamer (obviously unrelated, perish the thought!) and all it really serves to do is highlight how hideously limited games were in the past and how incredible they have become! Though membering is nice, just stick with the memories, under no circumstances try and actually play these old games, they simply don't hold up to modern standards!
9/10/2019 12:48:17 pm
I dunno. I’ve written for probably 60 or 70 issues of that mag. It’s at its best when delving into the history of gaming. When it’s about documentation and research, it provides insight into a medium that is, frankly, really poorly catered for when it comes to getting its stories down. We have loads of books and magazines about how pop music, movies, telly, etc, game to be. Games? Way less.
9/10/2019 03:09:37 pm
Wireframe is quite good for this too, quite often has features about developers, or written by developers, explaining why or how they made the games they did.
9/10/2019 04:47:04 pm
You should get on Amazon and buy a copy of Microbrits. A look at the history of the British game industry and it's connecting stories...
9/10/2019 05:24:08 pm
On the subject of computing history, make sure to check out Electronic Dreams by Tom Lean - really fascinating history of microcomputers in the 1980s, including things like how the Post Office invented the Internet (sort of).
9/10/2019 05:10:05 pm
Biffo actually has a column in it each month!
9/10/2019 11:33:13 am
I understood that reference.
9/10/2019 11:42:33 am
This is really funny and genuinely made me laugh. They're all good, but some really are brilliant, especially DONG. Really good work.
9/10/2019 12:31:52 pm
I really want a copy of Wincey Willis Strip Poker for the Amstrad CPC!
9/10/2019 01:26:38 pm
Poo poo Bum bum adventure. 7/10 The sequel was better.
9/10/2019 03:37:45 pm
Saying that, the whole Poo Poo Bum Bum adventure series hasn't been as great since the sequel: The wipe of Destiny.
9/10/2019 05:44:05 pm
In the third game, Diarrhoea Deception, I thought they scraped the bottom of the bowl with the S.C.A.T. ( stink creation and tactics) game mechanic. It was rubbish. It use to slip right out of my grasp.
9/10/2019 02:24:14 pm
Swollen War Ninja. Bloody brilliant.
9/10/2019 02:32:40 pm
Amiga delusion cover disks were good. Programmers didn't care anymore and gave them full versions of everything, probably by shoving a cardboard box marked "unprofitable shit" in the receptionists hands and speeding off.
9/10/2019 03:11:00 pm
**Must not mention that Amiga Delusion comes with a blank HD floppy even though most Amigas only had DD floppy drives**
9/10/2019 06:13:12 pm
Mine's got two HD floppy drives! One of them cost 70 quid! I'm a very money smart person
9/10/2019 03:23:39 pm
Yet another attack from Digitiser on the Amiga community. My Amiga has 64gb of RAM and the latest OS from whoever owns the brand this week. Did you know Amiga's were used on Babylon 5? OK so the graphics looked like crap and you could get better renders on a PC game just 2 years later but Babylon 5. BABYLON FIVE!
10/10/2019 02:55:09 pm
I'll laugh my chuffing arse off if someone does actually succeed in reviving the Amiga and it's a better machine than PCs or Switches. I'd just love to see the look on Biffo's face. It would be a joy to behold.
Mark E Pitt
9/10/2019 04:21:44 pm
No Atari ST? You Amiga fanboy! The Hamiga didn't have a MIDI port dontchayknow?!?! Couldant do early acid mouse musik on it!!!! CLEARLY AN INSIGNIFICANT MACHINE!
9/10/2019 05:19:25 pm
If Amiga Delusion wouldn't shut up about Babylon 5 then ST Delusion wouldn't shut up about fatboy slim
9/10/2019 04:35:51 pm
You should have done an early 90s Spectrum magazine - "500 free games on our cover tape! 16 pages of magazine, because nobody's releasing Spectrum games anymore!" Those were the days...
9/10/2019 07:16:52 pm
Ace! It's funny how much those mags were selling the idea of being a grown-up.
9/10/2019 08:13:43 pm
Quite possibly the best thing you’ve done.
9/10/2019 08:23:49 pm
Just wanted to say that made me giggle many times. Thanks for that.
9/10/2019 08:43:19 pm
Still a big fan of Wincy Willis Strip Poker, even after all these years, glad I shelled out for the Rustie Lee and Lizzie Webb add on.
9/10/2019 09:33:46 pm
Reviews were unkind, but WWSP still 'does the business'.
Kara Van Park
10/10/2019 01:06:01 am
Clearly a labour of love, these. What I most like is knowing they'll completely sail over the heads of anyone under 30.
10/10/2019 08:31:40 am
I adore these.
10/10/2019 10:07:21 pm
Brilliant. Well done.
10/10/2019 10:31:57 pm
This is truly great! Well done!
12/10/2019 08:50:38 am
Love the binary price on Unpopular Computing Pedant!
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