5 Retro Disney Games - IMPLANTgames

5 Retro Disney Games - IMPLANTgames

The 80’s and 90’s were an awesome time for licensed Disney games. Developers like Sega, Capcom, and Virgin Games did justice to these classic properties. Be it based on Mickey Mouse, Saturday morning cartoons, classic Disney movies, and even newly released, there was a never ending stream of games to choose from. So, on today’s episode of 5 Games I present 5 retro Disney games.

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Framemeister Comparison: PlayStation

Framemeister Comparison: PlayStation

On today’s XRGB-mini Framemeister video, we’re going to do something a little different. A common request I receive is to compare the video output of the original PlayStation, with the video output of a PlayStation 2. I suspect the reason for this is to help determine if it’s worth investing in a PS1 RGB cable, or if using a PlayStation 2 with a component cable is good enough.

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RZ Review - Ape Escape (PS1 & PSP)

RZ Review - Ape Escape (PS1 & PSP)

Today, we're going to have a look at one of my favorite games from my childhood: Ape Escape, released for the original PlayStation in 1999 and re-released for the PlayStation Portable in 2005 (or 2006 in Europe). It could be viewed as Sony's very own response to Super Mario 64 in terms of 3D platforming, while also taking some inspiration from the legendary Ocarina of Time in certain respects. Ape Escape is very much its own thing, though.

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Video Review: ATV Racers (Sony PlayStation)

Video Review: ATV Racers (Sony PlayStation)

In the year 2000, Merlin Racing was released on the ill-fated NUON. Three years later the developers chopped the game into four parts and released them on the PlayStation 1 as budget titles. I’ve previously looked at Miracle Space Race, and today we’ll be looking at ATV Racers.

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