When we here at Orange Bison think of awesome female Twitch streamers with amazing hair, one name usually comes to mind… Unfortunately Aravelle was busy, so we had to make do with interviewing Retro Princess instead. Talented and beautiful, Retro Princess is on the way to being able to accurately pronounce both of these words and is well on her way to becoming a major player in the UK retro ...[Read More]
Editors Note: We should emphasise that the humour within this article and within the external links, may be of a nature that is NSFW or unsuitable for those who are small children. Or older children. Or some adults. Or those of a sensitive nature or with medical conditions…just don’t say we didn’t warn you! Foreword by Hannah Cass and Interview by Martin Harder. BAFTA award nominated writer ...[Read More]
Disclaimer: Downloading ROMs for games you don’t already legally own is very naughty. You should be ashamed of yourself! Neither Orange Bison nor anybody involved with the site will be held responsible if bad stuff happens to you as a result. I love Sega. No other big company seems to understand the appeal of retro gaming better than they do. Not only have they released a whole heap of their...[Read More]
Disclaimer: As stated in part 1, downloading ROM files of games that you don’t own is illegal, and neither Orange Bison nor anybody affiliated with the website will be held responsible. In this article, I talk about my own research into the laws governing trademark and copyright issues in the UK. However, I am not a legal expert, and the article is not intended to be used as an in-depth refe...[Read More]
Okay, let’s get this out of the way straight off the bat: Downloading any software that you haven’t paid for through the proper channels, unless said software has been made freely available by the copyright holder, is piracy. It’s not a “grey area”, it’s not okay if you delete it after 24 hours, it is illegal. If you want to take that risk then neither myself, the company, ...[Read More]
It’s often difficult to find something different on YouTube, especially in the retro gaming community. Wave after wave of angry reviewers and sweary lets-players with an over-reliance on extreme close-ups can wear you down after a while. Thank goodness then for people like Octav1us (real name Sarah).