It only took a little over two decades to arrive, but Mystery World Dizzy, the NES port of the arcade game Fantasy World Dizzy, which was supposed to come out back in 1993, is now available to play for free in honor of the character’s 30th birthday.
Go home, Ness — you're drunk.
Today's gaming highlights: An 8-bit speedrun on a system from 1982, running under the world in Titanfall, and more!
This is Spud's Quest, a neat little six-hour (that's playtime, not development time) puzzle-adventure with a Metroid-inspired upgrade system, temples based on Zelda's, and gameplay inspired by classic European platformer series Dizzy. It is set to hit PC this summer, and can be pre-ordered via its official website.
Taiwan's Next Media Animation brings its considerable rendering talent to bear on UK tabloid The Sun's tall tale of Nintendo 3DS returns and sick children.
A fighting game character with wings made out of life and death? Sounds like good material for an expensive action figure!