[Review] Tiny Toon Adventures


REVIEW # 00000000 01010001 Hey Buster! I’ve kidnapped Babs Bunny! Tiny Toon Adventures it’s a game that exploited the success of the TV show with the same name. It aired also in italy in the early 90s and I remember watching it everyday before they pulled the plug in favor of Animaniacs (which was fun as…

[Happy Birthday!] Ultima V: Warriors of Destiny


Hello old game lovers, Here we come again with the long-dormant column [Happy Birthday!] and we open the monh of celebration with a great game that this month turns 30, Ultima V: Warriors of Destiny, released in 1988. Fifth chapter of the loved Ultima series it improved the gameplay from the fourth installment, expanding the universe…

[Editorial] Guess what’s next on I ❤ Old Games! – 07/10/18


Hello guys, It looks like the gods of games have been quiet last week. After a month of crazy expenses (I don’t want to check how much I’ve spent the whole month of September for games and consoles) now it’s time to relax and build a small nest egg for the next months. Collecting is…

[RetroConsole] 3DO


It looks like early autumn is the perfect season to release unsuccessful consoles, especially if you’re in 1993. After last month post about the Amiga CD32, today we “celebrate” another unlucky console that turns 25. It was another attempt to ride the wave of the new CD technology and this time the responsible of the…

[Picks of the Month] September 2018


Hello guys, When last month I’ve told you I had one of the most lucky and abundant months since I’ve begun collecting games I didn’t know even September would have been full of surprises, great games and consoles. So let’s start from the consoles. In September I’ve got the biggest haul of system I’ve ever…

[Editorial] Guess what’s next on I ❤ Old Games! – 30/09/18


Hello guys, I’ve been quite silent this week, due to an overwhelming dose of work to do and personal problems that didn’t give me enough time to write. My posts are there almost ready to be published, 95% ready and just waiting for a quick revision but they still lie unpublished. Next week will be…

[Old Firm] Epyx


Hello guys, What comes to mind if I say Automated Simulations? Probably nothing, huh? Well, and if I say Epyx? Probably now most of you start to understand the company we’re talking about. Epyx, originally known as Automated Simulations was one of the oldest companies ever and was formed in 1978, 40 yeasr ago, founded…

[Editorial] Guess what’s next on I ❤ Old Games! – 23/09/18


Hello guys, I come from a week dense on great things. First of all I’ve finally managed to complete the reorganization of my collection. the pictures below are provisional because I plan in the nexrt months, most likely after christmas, to modify everything again to free some more space for possible future additions. I already…

[RetroConsole] Amiga CD32


Hello again with another post of the column [RetroConsole]. Today I’ll talk about another unlucky system that probably relied too much on the prestige of the company who made it. This is the day of the Amiga CD32, the last attempt made by Commodore to enter the console market. The console has been released exactly…

[Forbidden Games] BoneTown


Welcome to the eighteenth entry of this column in which I review forbidden (and forgotten) retro games with adult contents. A lot of the games that will be revisited here will have, as well as adult themes, some contents that may offend somebody. But please remember, we are here just to re-discover something rightfully forgotten,…

[Editorial] Guess what’s next on I ❤ Old Games! – 16/09/18


Hello guys, Another great week for me on the gaming side. I got an unexpected surprise, really, really unexpected and I’ll surely talk about it in the last days. Let’s say that I’ve enlarged my collection with a gem, just in time to put it on my newly-refurbished console shelf. Oh, by the way…now my…