This was to be the original NightShift game, as it started out.. with a victorian toy-making machine. Lucasfilm later stepped in and had all the toys changed and the game changed to what was eventually released as “Nightshift”. It is … Continue reading →
Probably one of the last major lost titles left to find on the Commodore 64 – Murder! by US Gold. Finished and reviewed in 1990, but never released by the Birmingham-based company. The bloody cheek of them! That is the strange thing … Continue reading →
Many of you will own Outrun Europa on the C64, but not this first version created back in 1988/89. This version was under the name of Outrun Europe and not Europa. It was also a rather different game. Outrun Europe … Continue reading →
People from Sirius was to be an arcade adventure game released by U.S. Gold back in 1987, after Mauro Spagnolo submitted a title to John Holder of Leader Distribuzioni. The game would eventually see release via Your Sinclair magazine as … Continue reading →
I’ve always found it bizarre that US Gold’s Skweek game never saw a release on the C64, even though it was released on the 16-bits and also the Amstrad CPC. The game was a cool tile based puzzler which was … Continue reading →
A huge hit on the MegaDrive and other SEGA systems. In the early 90’s, SEGA signed a deal with U.S. Gold to allow them to convert their titles to other computer systems, with titles such as E-Swat and Alien Storm … Continue reading →
Street Fighter 2 is well known for being an average conversion and very easy game on the C64 when it was eventually released. With so many people let down by the conversion, recent years have seen homebrew attempts to try … Continue reading →
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