You—yes, you—could star in a TurboGrafx game. The fan translators of Falcom’s Legend of Xanadu games are holding open, online auditions for voice actors who want to help re-dub the classic CD-ROM games’ cutscenes into English. They’ve provided detailed instructions for how to submit your samples.
You ever see Gunhed? James Cameron is a fan. And as far as late 1980s sci-fi films go, it's aged surprisingly well.
The AV Club's newly-relaunched games section, the Gameological Society, explores one of the greatest single examples of voice-over work in the history of the industry: Last Alert, a shooter for the TurboGrafx-16.
...than a Nintendo Entertainment System. Which wasn't really a fair comparison to make, but hey, this was the late 80s. Video game advertising was a killing field back then.
Alongside the new PS3 firmware update, the PSP has been updated as well. And it looks like this one brought with it a nice little surprise.
It's nearly 2 p.m. Eighteen year-old Richard Stephen rolls out of bed in his Florida home and fires up his PlayStation 3 to play a round of PS3 exclusive God of War III.
Hudson Soft no longer makes video games consoles, but at one time, it did. Best known for the PC Engine (TurboGrafx-16), Hudson stepped out of the home hardware market it in 1999 in Japan. In the years that followed, the company was purchased by Japanese developer Konami. Hudson human mascot Takahashi Meijin tells…