Instead of an alien comeback, in Darren Wallace’s version of the Independence Day sequel, creepy toys of the same era attack our planet.
It’s a supercut of the weirdest movie scenes with computers and computer interfaces from a time when even copying a simple file to a floppy was shown as some sort of magic trick.
It was two in the morning when I closed the case. Sat in the dark of my room, surrounded by paper covered in pen-scrawled leads – ’Rome’, ‘Who is Eric?’, ‘The Rock’. I watched the credits roll, my mind still racing with the details of the murder. I realised I’d never played anything remotely like Her Story before and…
Had League of Legends been released in the 90s, it might have been released on a floppy disk. Okay, make that a ton of floppy disks.
Remember Nick Arcade? This is the show's unaired pilot episode, filmed in 1991 and featuring a host that wasn't Phil Moore. What it does feature, though, are some amazing haircuts, as well as one of the first public showings of a game called Sonic The Hedgehog.
Doug is probably the only one who doesn't look like an alien from an episode of Justice League in Isaiah Stephen's fan-art, with all the characters from the classic Nickelodeon cartoon as grown ups.
To be fair to the teens in The Fine Bros. latest video, the internet was pretty stupid in the '90s — slow, stunted and subject to one of the worst instructional videos ever made.
Arcades hold a very special place in my heart.
No, there was a time, way back in the 90s, when even Good Morning America seemed to have it out for the Japanese game maker. With Sega beating down their back door how was Nintendo ever to survive? Watch the video for more nail-biting questions.