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Thimbleweed Park Released For The Nintendo Switch

The retro-themed point and click adventure Thimbleweed Park is now available for the Nintendo Switch via the Nintendo eShop.

Doom Returns to Handheld Gaming via the Nintendo Switch

It’s official. Doom is coming to the Nintendo Switch just in time for the holiday season.

Nickel News – Burgertime Developer Apologizes For Starting The Childhood Obesity Epidemic

San Jose, CA – The celebration party for the 35th Anniversary of BurgerTime turned bittersweet as the game’s developer issued an unexpected apology for its role in the childhood obesity epidemic.

Top 5 Tasty Versions of BurgerTime

BurgerTime turned 35 years old this year, and what better way to celebrate the wisdom that comes with age than looking back at its hits and misses?

9.9.99 Marks the Day the Sega Dreamcast Was Launched in North America

Hoping to rebound from the disappointing sales of the Sega Saturn, the Sega Dreamcast was launched today back in 1999. It has been said the Dreamcast was ahead of its time when it was released. Back in the ’90s, polygons were huge and blocky and while it ushered in the next generation of gaming, it […]

Resident Evil 16-bit in Development for the Sega MegaDrive/Genesis

Resident Evil, the game that defined the survival horror genre on the Sony PlayStation, is seeking to expand its legacy back to the 16-bit era. The website PSCD.ru has released a demo of Resident Evil 16-bit for the Sega Mega Drive / Genesis. No storyline details are given, but based on screenshots and the demo, […]

SNES Gaming on the Cheap

The Super Nintendo has a huge catalog that includes over 700 titles. Most of them beginning with the word ‘super’. To commemorate the anniversary of the system’s release, here is a list of SNES games that can be played on the cheap.

TurboGrafx-16 Gaming on the Cheap

The TurboGrafx-16 was the forgotten middle-child of the the 16-bit era. Nintendo was the older “do-no-wrong” sibling while Sega was the loudmouth “look-at-me” younger sibling. The TG16 quietly offered good graphics and sound, but it wasn’t enough to standout in the North American Market. Prices for games on the TG16 are on the rise, but […]

A New ZX Spectrum Vega+ update, Sort Of

Starting a campaign update with an apology never bodes well for its backers and the latest update from Retro Computers is no exception.

Classic Game Fest Rocks Austin

Austin Texas is known for two things, music and food. Add classic games to the list and you will find the happiest city filled with video gamers this side of  The Oasis. Classic Game Fest celebrated its 10th anniversary by filling every inch of the 70,000 square foot Palmer Events Center with  game vendors, vintage […]


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