Retro Game Title Of The Week…. And It’s Free!

Apogee Software

Ever wanted to take a trip back to the 90s and relive the amazing nostalgia of your childhood or teenage years? Good. Let’s have a look at our top pick for this week’s retro game!

Bio Menace Cover
Bio Menace Cover

Bio Menace! Developed and published by Apogee Software, this is a classic 2D side-scrolling game focused on killing monsters and rescuing civilians. A dude with a mullet, tons of guns and pickups, and the nostalgia of 1990s. What more could you ask for?

Check out the gameplay above and see if you remember your favorite (or the hardest) level you played! Seems like ages ago but this game is from 1993, so don’t worry if you feel too old.

You know what the best part is? It’s free. No, we’re not talking about the first episode, which was released as Shareware back when it was released, we mean the entire game.

Don’t believe us? Here’s the link to download and play the full game! (Legally, from their official website) CLICK HERE 😀

Personally, our favorite level was the one in the image below. It took us 3 tries to beat it.

Bio Menace Boss Fight
Bio Menace Boss Fight

What’s yours? Let us know in the comments below! Happy time traveling! 😉

New GTA 6 MAJOR Leak!

GTA 6 Fan Made Poster

Well, well, well…. We’re back at these rumors about a new Grand Theft Auto. Although this one leak is actually super promising – maybe even lead to an announcement about GTA 6 next year! But take it with a grain of salt.

This new juicy tidbit of information includes talk of a Chapter System in the game, similar to the one in Read Dead Redemption 2 and a possible sequel to GTA Online.

This comes from a well known insider Tez2 who has been pretty accurate at leaking stuff via forums and Twitter. Here’s what they had to say in the image below!

Tez2 GTA 6 Leak Insider Info
Tez2 Forum Reply

Another industry insider revealed sometime last month that GTA 6 will be massive, and would take around 500 hours to finish everything in-game. It is similar to Dying Light 2 in that regard, although their promised “500 hours” mean a replay of the game with different choices and to get all achievements. On an average it was completed in under 200 hours with most achievements unlocked. Well, only time will tell us.

Are you excited? What are your thoughts?! Leave them below 😉 Oh, and don’t forget to check out our main site www.gamers-outlet.net for the most exclusive deals! We’re having some more this spring, so stay tuned! 😉