‘Enjoy” isn’t the right word, so I didn’t get caught up in the brief national fever and desire last year to binge watch Wild Wild Country, the harrowing Netflix docuseries…
In 1984, Sierra On-Line released the original King's Quest for the IBM PCjr. It was a game that would push the limits of the hardware and become a legend in the industry and would spawn a slew of sequels and a ton of imitators.
From books, to television, to film, from age two to age ten, Beverly Cleary's stories of a little girl with a big imagination, endure the test of time!
Join us on Saturday Frights for the wonderful 1984 episode of Tales from the Darkside entitled The Word Processor of the Gods!
Haunted crypts, lycanthropes, vampyr, undead, and so much more - these were the ingredients of 1984's Chill role playing game!
In 1983, Activision's Enduro was released on the Atari 2600. It would quickly become my favorite racing game and a top 10 game for me. (even though I never got the patch)
If you love horror movies - especially those that made the scene in the 80's - check out the upcoming In Search of Darkness documentary!
Charlton Comic's Ghost Manor greeted you with tales or murder and mayhem brought to you by the likes of Steve Ditko, Pat Boyette, Sanho Kim, Nicola Cuti, Joe Gill, and Tom Sutton.
Do you happen to recall the tasty snack that was Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Crunchabungas?
Friends, the other afternoon I was just finishing up my shift down here in the Retroist Vault - when the Vault's head librarian, Preston Griffith, burst into the control room…