Hello there, readers! In case you’re blissfully unaware, my name is Chris Harding and I’m the guy who runs/owns The Games Cabin. I’ve been doing this gig since October 2012, so that’s almost four years of my life dedicated to …Read more
A little later than we’re usually aiming for, this week’s The Games Cabin’s Weekend Play Dates issue is going to be on the shorter side due to a few members being missing in action. Does it have something to do …Read more
System Shock and its sequel, System Shock 2, are considered classics by the gaming community. The pair of cyberpunk action RPG thrillers is credited as the inspiration for of one of the best game series of the modern gaming era …Read more
A while ago, Konami announced that it would be shifting more of its resources towards mobile gaming while still putting out titles for home consoles and the PC.
It’s a sign of the times that one of the biggest publishers …Read more
So we begin, dear readers. We have the pleasure of introducing what will hopefully become a regular series of articles called “Retrospeculating,” where we will look at different consoles both big and small from the beginning of home video games …Read more
[Update] According to David Siller, one of the original producers of the Crash Bandicoot game, the video wasn’t meant to be part of a cartoon series. Instead it was supposed to be the introduction and ending of the Crash Bandicoot …Read more
Emulation is a great way to enjoy some golden oldies without having to dig out the aging consoles from the attic, or pay through the nose to get hold of a working machine.
While it’s a little bit of a …Read more
Doom has been hailed as the first game that really pushed first-person perspectives in gaming. Since its release in 1993 the game has been ported to home consoles, handhelds and even calculators. Yes, those little machines that your maths teacher …Read more
Since the first arcade game in 1966, a submarine simulator and light gun shooter released by Saga, arcade games have evolved. Although players have made a transition to playing games at home, arcades are still incredibly popular and are a…
GameStop’s Retro Classic’s section has gone live over on the GameStop website. What is the Retro Classics? Well, clues in the name; it’s a collection of old games for old systems, most likely to be bought by old men looking …Read more
If you owned a PS2, Xbox or Gamecube back in the day then you may have played through Activision’s open-world crime thriller True Crime. If not, shame on you.
True Crime spawned a sequel that fared a little worse than …Read more
GTA Vice City still remains a popular game even over a decade after its initial release which has seen the open-world murder-fest release on home consoles, PC and even Android and iOS devices, something we wouldn’t have thought possible back …Read more
Halo 5: Guardians is on the way and there’s even a beta going on right now until January, so why not take a few moments to admire the evolution and growth of a franchise that started well over a decade …Read more
Do you still have a NES? Maybe it’s stowed away in the attic gathering dust, or maybe it’s sitting alongside your PS4/Xbox One, a proud reminder of days gone by. OK, that’s a little optimistic, it’s probably the former.
Chances …Read more