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The game of the week is N++, which is a unique minimalist platformer that was released on multiple platforms. How does the Switch version stack up? We are going to go over the past weekend at RetroWorld Expo and Jeff’s … Continue reading
Happy End of Summer everybody! Since I posted a pretty expansive list in January, I figure it’s time to follow up and see how we are coming along on everything and talk about what’s next for Hagen’s Alley!
We tackle God Eater 3 which is a huge game that is part of a series of beat’em ups with lots of crafting and leveling up. How did we like it? JP talks about hitting a collecting wall, we go … Continue reading
This week we take on the terrifyingly epic survival horror game Outlast: Bundle of Terror. Were we able to survive the asylum and escape with our heads intact?
We did an interview with Rupert Ochsner from Bonus Level Entertainment about his involvement with Fox n Forests.
What proper project would be complete without your fair share of unforeseen obstacles and roadblocks!? Let’s dig in!
2012 – Psytronik Software
E02 – Old School Game Collecting (feat Dan O’Day from Rebel Gaming Club) | Hagen’s Alley Books Podcast
I finally received the advanced copy of The Complete SNES: Definitive Edition and wow is this book huge! I did a live stream on Facebook earlier in the week and it shows just how big a 630 page full color … Continue reading
VGBS is Live at A Video Game Con in New Jersey.
Xander Skullion did an awesome review of my books! This is also the first review on the Nintendo Entertainment System Compendium! It’s great to see other’s perspective on the books.
VGBS is Live at Coleco Expo in New Jersey.
It’s here! NES Oddities & the Homebrew Revolution is now fully printed and for sale in the Hagen’s Alley Books store. Check it out and find more about it here in this live video that I did.
More book research with 12 more Super Famicom games covered; this time with the little princess playing a few of the games.
Yes, the Complete SNES is getting an official second printing and I will be adding over 100 extra pages and a few more updates. The biggest part will be Super Famicom games that’s don’t require knowing Japanese to enjoy. The … Continue reading