For our first new video of the year 2022, we are revealing the first non-Crash video under the 3WIREL branding, with “Quick Screenings”, a new show for snappy and quick reviews of current movies, both in theaters and on streaming. In this episode, we’ll be discussing Sonic 2, as well as Morbius. Did you enjoy the video? Then give us a like, subscribe and share your comment below! › CREDITS [PRODUCTION TEAM] » Motwera: Lead Manager and Script Editor » … Read More
Electronics Hub worked with a team of designers to reimagine the top Nintendo, Sony, and Xbox devices rendered within the limits of their colour palette, processing power, and hardware.
Pleased announce that 3WIREL! content will make its way to the Crashy News YouTube channel for the debut of non-Crash videos. This is part of the recent changes being done to the blog over there, as well as preparing to produce videos again after 4 months without a new one. While I cannot tell you yet what the videos will be about, you will eventually find out, hopefully soon. Originally announced on: Crashy News
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Super Rare Games is immensely proud to announce their partnership with Long Hat House and Raw Fury to release Dandara: Trials of Fear Edition in physical form for the first time on the Nintendo Switch™. This very special 2D metroidvania platformer deserves a very special edition, which is why Super Rare Games has created their most impressive Collector’s Edition ever, making this a true must-have rare print release. Dandara: Collector’s Edition includes a 180 page full-colour guide, a bespokely designed … Read More
The unreleased Nintendo 64 Secret Screen! The controller was the brainchild of Dane Galden, inventor of the Game Handler, a 3rd-party motion NES controller. The Secret Screen was publicly revealed in a 1997 issue of Electronic Gaming Monthly, but drama ensued when months later, Sega revealed their Dreamcast and VMU. Thanks to Shane Battye for sending this to us and doing a TON of research!
We’ve had some hands-on time with the Genesis Mini and it seems it does more than just play 42 legacy games with stellar emulation! Join us as we dive into some of the more hidden features, including Japanese variants of games, regional art, and what happens when you connect a third party 6 button controller!