Monthly Archives: January 2011
Remember Driver? Yeah, that used to be a cool franchise, the first two games were really good on the PS1. But they gradually lost the touch you expected from new games and GTA totally dominated the genre. The studio behind … Continue reading
Back in the 90’s Sega sponsored the Formula 1 team Williams. Back then the team had the skilled drivers Alain Prost and Damon Hill, who went on and won the F1. A great match marketing wise for Sega to promote … Continue reading
Yesterday I mentioned Alone in the Dark, and speaking of horror games, Swedish Frictional Games had quite good sales of their latest game Amnesia: The Dark Descent. Prior to Amnesia they made the Penumbra series. Here’s a fine designed t-shirt, … Continue reading
The Alone in the Dark series from Infogrames are real classic survival horror games. Unfortunately the franchise didn’t keep up with the gameplay and technical development through time. The last one for PS3 and Xbox 360, published by Atari (which … Continue reading
This is a real old school t-shirt with the classic adventure Faxanadu to the NES. It’s believed that those who preordered the game got the t-shirt back in the days. This one were sold by MXS, he got an amazing … Continue reading
I’ll conclude the track jacket special with a white one from Sega. They made this one for the release of Football Manager 2005, the first one in the series. Sports Interactive left Eidos and the Championship Manager brand, to work … Continue reading
Nail’d is a game with quads and motorcycles on extreme off-road tracks. I haven’t tried the game myself, but it looks fun and scheduled for release in February in Europe.
Went away a couple of days to the Nintendo 3DS event in Amsterdam. Cool console, I liked Kid Icarus, however no swag! Not even a new t-shirt to show on the blog. So instead I’ll continue with the track jacket … Continue reading
Tecmo Koei’s action game of the classic anime remind me of Dynasty Warriors, but in a harsh postapocalyptic world. This track jacket is really neat, a bit like Uma Thurman in Kill Bill.
There’s a lot of cool game themed track jacket, so I thought why not have a track jacket special? This is a gigantic Pac-Man labyrinth, wow, so many Pac-Mans and ghosts. I’m stoked.