Monday, 22 May 2017

GENDER WARS


In the ultimate battle of the sexes, The 8th Day's Gender Wars pits men and women against in each other in a tongue-in-cheek action strategy game. Let's just say that 1996 was a different time.

Tuesday, 16 May 2017

DAVID WOLF: SECRET AGENT


Ah, the 80s. Everything was bigger in the 80s. The hair. The fashion. The action movies. Developed by Dynamix and released in the last year of the decade, David Wolf: Secret Agent encapsulates all of those things and more besides.

Sunday, 14 May 2017

ALIEN RESURRECTION


The videogame adaptation of Alien Resurrection really missed the boat. The movie came out in 1997 but it wasn't until the new millennium that the tie-in came out on the original PlayStation. Was the additional 3 years in development well worth the wait? Hell yes it was!

Friday, 12 May 2017

ALIEN TRILOGY


It's been a long time since the Alien franchise was known as a trilogy. And with Alien Covenant hitting cinemas (not to mention Prometheus), we can throw away the made up word of "quadrilogy" too. But way back in 1996, Ridley Scott's seminal sci-fi horror was still three movies and this was when Acclaim Entertainment published a FPS decidedly known as Alien Trilogy.

Saturday, 6 May 2017

TEMUJIN


History buffs among you should know who Temüjin is. Everyone else knows him as the feared warmonger Genghis Khan (that goofy guy from Bill & Ted). In 1997, SouthPeak Interactive released Temüjin: A Supernatural Adventure. It threw history out of the window and made the warlord into some sort of practitioner of dark magic. It's an alternative facts version of our past.

Thursday, 27 April 2017

UPDATES - APRIL 2017


There's been a couple of minor changes to the Chamber of late. As well as some upgrades to some installers, I've begun to improve a couple of things to the site itself.

Full details after the jump...

Wednesday, 26 April 2017

PLANET'S EDGE: THE POINT OF NO RETURN


Released in 1991 by New World Computing, the folks behind the Might & Magic franchise, Planet's Edge: The Point of No Return was certainly a unique game for its time. With its non-linear gameplay, free space exploration and an epic RPG storyline, one could even consider it to be the Mass Effect of its day. And with the huge number of planets to explore accross the universe, it certainly rivals it in scale.