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TurboGrafx-16

Top 10 TurboGrafx-16 Hu-Card Games, Plus 5 Honorable Mentions

The TurboGrafx-16 is one of those consoles that people either love or love to hate. There is no middle ground. For NEC’s first, and only, foray into console gaming in North America it was quite a polarizing console. Technically going head to head with the Sega Genesis but falling in between Sega’s newest console and […]

Arcade1up

Arcade1Up Offering Fans Do-It-Yourself Option

What is holding you back from owning your very own arcade machine? Time? Money? General ability to follow through on new ventures such building an arcade machine? Well, Tastemakers are going to change that for you later this year with their Arcade1Up Do-It-Yourself option for arcade machine lacking fans out there.

Airaki Game Boy

Game Boy Color Game Airaki Released

When it comes to the Game Boy the selection of independently developed and released titles is quite a mixed bag. Some games are simply stunning while others are, well, the Game Boy line was a great portable lineage wasn’t it? Airaki is one of those more interesting titles. Just check out the gameplay video below […]

40 Winks Nintendo 64

Canceled Nintendo 64 40 Winks Game to be Released

The first independent release for the Nintendo 64 since Nintendo shut down the factories is about to be released. You read that right, Piko Interactive are running a Kickstarter for the world’s first independently released Nintendo 64 title, 40 Winks. This is important for a few reasons, not only because it is the first independent […]

R-Type II

R-Type II Android is on Sale

The classic R-Type II is on sale right now on Google Play. This is one of the classic side scrolling shooters of yesteryear. This was one of the better-looking shooters back in the day, and it still is. On mobile devices there is not a lot of choices available for scrolling shooters and having both […]

Star Wars Rogue One

Why Full Motion Video Was Horrible on Sega CD

Looking back today Full Motion Video games on the Sega CD are quite painful to play. Not just because most are rather horrible, and I like the genre so that is saying something, but because of the video quality. Some titles were uglier than others and this was one of the sticking points for gamers. […]

Sonic CD Classic

Sonic CD Joins Sega Forever on Mobile

Sega is pushing their retro games with this Sega Forever project over on mobile platforms. On one hand it is awesome because you can play the full game with intermittent advertising pop up (free to play basically) or you can pay a one-time fee to remove the ads. On the other, it is kind of […]

King of Kong Billy Mitchell King of Kong image credit

Billy Mitchell, King of Kong Co-Star, May Have Mislead Donkey Kong Scores

It seems that Billy Mitchell is the pivot point for controversy of some kind within the gaming world. His chosen game is Donkey Kong of course, as detailed in the “King of Kong” movie where Mitchell’s scores went head to head with those of Steve Weibe (neither hold the number one spot any longer). Now […]

Game Park GP32

The Game Park 32 and Five Games You Need to Play

Way back in November 2001, Game Park released a little hand held that never made it out of South Korea. That means most of you reading this probably have never heard of it. My goal with this article is to change that fact. Considering there is no official English release of the GP32 means most […]

Ixion Sega Genesis

Dodge Bullets in New Sega Genesis Game

The Sega Genesis was arguably Sega’s best console. There, I said it. Sure, the Dreamcast was great, but Sega really shot themselves in the foot by letting it die so quickly. Had they fought for the Dreamcast like they fought for the Genesis I think things could have been different. Even though the Sega Genesis […]

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