Ho-ho-ho! It’s that time of year again and what better gift to get for your loved one or as a special Christmas present for yourself than one of our superb arcade machines? Continue reading
On October 27th gamers all over the world will be preparing to play the latest instalment to Nintendo’s staple series with Super Mario Odyssey. Returning to an open-world format for the first time since Super Mario Sunshine (2002), fans are eagerly awaiting to get their hands on Odyssey!
Alike many of the Super Mario games, the plot follows Mario battling through worlds to save his beloved Princess Peach from the Evil Bowser (who now has plans to marry the Princess)! However, differing from the usual plot, Mario and Cappy must also save Cappy’s sister – Tiara. Continue reading
Friday the 13th is a day that is synonymous with the supernatural and universal bad luck. It is also widely associated with the horror icon Jason Voorhees, the antagonist of the ever-growing Friday the 13th franchise.
Metroid II: Samus Returns is a re-imagining (of sorts) of the Game Boy title – “Metroid II: The Return of Samus”. The game has been developed a lot like the recent Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy remakes, as they were both programmed from the building blocks of their original game with new features and improvements added at each stage.
Sonic Mania is one of the most highly-anticipated games since its announcement last year. As a commemoration project for the 25th anniversary of the popular series – the game will feature the classic 2D design and game play. Continue reading
A true arcade classic of the late 90s, Crazy Taxi is set on the sunny American coast and follows the daily life of taxi drivers. The open world game involved picking up customers and delivering them to their destination ASAP.
Last week Bespoke Arcades took on a new member to the team for work experience. Over the course of the week, Flyn learned how to build his own gaming PC as well as our top-of-the-range arcades!
Whilst he was here, Flyn wrote a blog post for us talking all about his favourite retro games series – Hitman. He first played Hitman: Blood Money on his original Xbox at home and has played most of the games in the series since! You can read Flyn’s review of this epic series below…
Following on from the arcade classics Gauntlet (1985) and Gauntlet II (1986), Legends expanded on the mythos around the fantasy world. Interestingly, the arcade version of the game included save points in the forms of passwords which allowed players to come back and keep playing from their last game.
Marvel VS Street Fighter
Alike the other games in the Marvel VS Capcom series, the game took on tag team game play. The player would have picked two players who would go against the computer or another competitor. Using a series of joystick moves and buttons – the player would have had to knock out both opposing characters, have had the highest amount of health before the timer ran out.