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Screenshot Released Shows Early Zelda Build in 3D First Person

It is no secret that the Legend of Zelda was originally intended to be a first-person dungeon romp. That is if you are a hardcore Zelda fan. The late Nintendo President, Satoru Iwata, brought this up at least once in his “Iwata Asks” series. For the rest of us, apparently, the original Legend of Zelda […]

Hulk Hogan Streets of Rage 2

Hulk Hogan Unofficially Joins Streets of Rage 2 Cast

Brawlers and wrestling games have more in common than most people realize. There is a fairly limited set of moves – no brawler I know of is as deep with attacks or strategy as a one on one fighting game. You can move up and down the screen rather than be stuck to one line […]

Castlevnia - the Lecarde Chronicles 2

Castlevania The Lecarde Chronicles 2 Demo Released, Fan Game Not Shut Down Yet

This is another fan game that has, surprisingly, not been shut down by Konami. With that being said, I have downloaded the demo–you know, for safe keeping… Just in case. Castlevania: The Lecarde Chronicles 2 is a fan game that is attempting to tell a new tale within the Castlevania world. What is interesting is […]

Morphite Android Crescent Moon Games

Morphite, Metroid Prime Style Game, Announces Release Window on Android

I previously covered Morphite over on our sister site, Gravis Ludus. Considering the ties it has with Metroid Prime–at least in design choices–I figure it would be better suited here on Retro Gaming Magazine. For those that do not know about Morphite, you are looking at a new Crescent Moon Games release–if you are a […]

From “Tennis on TV” to the Global eSports Phenomenon of Today

When would you say that video games first emerged–the ’80s, maybe the ’70s at a push? In fact, you’d have to go back to the 1940s for the true origins of the video game, and need a computer that fills up half a room to play them.

Paprium Sega Genesis brawler

Paprium New Sega Genesis Brawler Video Released along with Pre-Orders

If you are new to Retro Gaming Magazine then you probably have missed our previous coverage of “Project Y” by WaterMelon Games. This was an often teased, but not much shown, brawler that has been in development for over four years now. Now, over that period we have seen some major claims laid at the […]

Blood on Your Hands: the Horror Series That Won Gamers’ Hearts

The modern generation of horror and zombie games have a lot of their success owed to their retro ancestors. There was a wave of fantastic zombie and horror survival games that hit the shelves throughout the ’90s–many of them weren’t perfect, but they broke the mold of how shocking game content could be.

Super Mario Run Android

Super Mario Run Android Running Game Review, Meets Sonic the Hedgehog

Android owners have often complained that they don’t get the “big name” releases like iPhone does. Well, while that is often true, the truer statement is that iPhone gets those big-name releases first. Super Mario Run is no exception. iPhone gamers have been playing this game since December. Android users just got it a few […]

Cardcaptor Sakura

Cardcaptor Sakura Receives English Translation on PlayStation One

When you think of console gaming you have to do so in regions. What we see in Japan is often never seen elsewhere, or in any other language. Next is often North America and then Europe with the rest of the world battling for fourth in line for new releases. This means some interesting games […]

Cloud Saves Coming to Nintendo Switch?

It seems that Nintendo has inadvertently tipped their hand with their new console, the Switch. While the console is selling well, along with Zelda: Breath of the Wild, it has had its share of problems (games not being compatible with the Pro Controller for one). Now, we have information about a possible update to the […]


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