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Nintendo’s Retro Casino Games

Did you know that Nintendo originated as a Japanese playing card company dating back to 1889? With a rich and interesting history, it wasn’t until 1963 that they started manufacturing games in addition to playing cards. In 1980, the company created a wholly-owned subsidiary, Nintendo of America, Inc. in New York. Nintendo then started to […]

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New Atari Hardware Inbound

Fans of Atari have plenty of things to get excited about. There are at least five Atari themed pieces of hardware on the way this year. While there is not a lot of information available there are a few tidbits out there (we collected them all right here for you).

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Legend of Zelda Ported to ZX Spectrum – Bandit Gaming

Hmm, what is the over/under on Nintendo dropping the ban hammer on this work in progress featuring the Legend of Zelda franchise? So far, the ZX Spectrum port by Dave Clarke is looking quite good. There are some bugs and some things missing but this is a work in progress.

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Fans Port Wolfenstein 3D to Commodore 64 – Bandit Gaming

Okay, before we get too far into this article, this is not a normal Commodore 64 they ported Wolfenstein 3D to. There are a few pieces of additional hardware required to make this one run on actual hardware, or just use Winvice 3.1 if you don’t have actual hardware available. With that said, let’s discuss […]

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Myths and Dragons Coming to MSX 2 Gaming Computer

Who likes beat em ups like Final Fight, Streets of Rage, or Rival Turf? How about the more fantasy based ones like Knights of the Round or Warriors of Fate? Well, you are in for some fun come the end of July then because Myths and Dragons will be available then. You just have to […]

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How the Greats Have Fallen – Crazy Taxi Gazillionaire on Android

Is it me or is Sega following in the footsteps of Konami lately? Konami made a Pachinko machine out of Castlevania awhile back. Now, Sega have taken Crazy Taxi and gone completely in a different direction than fans would probably have wanted. Yep, they took the core idea behind Crazy Taxi, making money, and pretty […]

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GOG Releases 15 Neo Geo Classics, Most Have Official Support for Linux

If you are a retrogaming fan then you know the name, Neo Geo. This arcade machine turned home console was quite an attraction back in the 1990’s. You were literally getting the arcade game when you bought the home version. Unfortunately, that included the arcade game price too. Thankfully, as time went on, we got […]

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Haunted Halloween 85 and 86, Horror Homebrew Games for NES

It is not all that often that I get to cover something really cool. I know, a lot of you have already gotten, beaten, and probably shelved Haunted Halloween 85 but what about Haunted Halloween 86? This article is more for the people new to homebrew/independent development of games, those that are old hats in […]

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Why Cave Story+ on Nintendo Switch Will Fail

Ah, good old Cave Story. A title that gamers have been enjoying on various platforms for years now. We have seen this game released on the Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DSi, Nintendo 3DS, PC platforms and then a myriad of fan ports to Linuz, AmigaOS 4, the TI graphing calculator, Genesis and PSP among many others. […]

Slot Games and Arcade Classics – A Match Made in Heaven?

Online casino games, particularly slots, are among the most popular forms of gambling. Perhaps the reason for this is because there are thousands of different games out there with varied themes to attract a wide demographic of players. Common subject matter includes comic books like the Avengers and well-known musicians like Michael Jackson. According to the […]


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