If you’re over the age of 40, and a gamer, you will know the name “Maxis” and the “Sim” series of games…. Recently someone uploaded a prototype copy of a “lost/forgotten” Sim game, Sim Refinery to Archive.org – as the … Continue reading Lost and Found : Sim Refinery
Valorant is a new games just released by Riot Games, who are best known for League of Legends. I installed this game the other day out of interest, it was free and is only about 4GB in size. So what … Continue reading Valorant – Is is any good?
Over the years, games have reached (and in some cases surpassed) the quality of stories and characters in modern movies, leaving some players wanting more interaction with a certain character, and for those into it, cosplaying as that character. I … Continue reading The Perfect Act
A long time New Zealand based gaming site, Gameplanet has fallen victim to the hard times for media during COVID-19. Gameplanet has been on life-support for a while now, as some readers may have observed. We’ve held out and sustained … Continue reading Game Over for Gameplanet
Gaming started for me around the mid 80’s, when friends had Atari 2600’s, Commodore 64’s and so on. But I did not obtain my Amiga until late 1991 (and was one of the first Amiga 500+ units) but this was … Continue reading My Amiga Favs
Earlier this year I sold my gaming PC. I was not expecting to be in lockdown for a month or else I would have held onto the PC. I purchased an Arrma Granite RC truck to keep me entertained after … Continue reading Lockdown geeking