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Top 5 ZX Spectrum Games

Well, to celebrate the 35th Anniversary of the humble ZX Spectrum, I have decided to compile a list of my five favorite games. They will probably not be the ones most people would pick as I’m just weird. The games chosen are the ones I have poured the most hours into personally, so they may […]

StarCraft PC

StarCraft Plus Expansion Free Leading Up to HD Remake Release

To say Blizzard is not for their fans is just flat-out wrong. This company has gone out of their way to release some of their past works for free, give free online play, and continue updating their older games decades after release. One such instance is StarCraft, which has just received a major update, been […]

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Soulless 2 in Development for Commodore 64

Fans of 2D side scrolling action adventures need to check out Soulless (we covered it in the first issue of our mag). Soulless 2 is currently in development and looking interesting. The action is methodical and will require some thinking to get through to new scenes. Soulless is like the Metroid series: you won’t get […]

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Classic Brawlers, Iron Commando and Legend, Get IndieGoGo Campaign

Anyone that has read my work, at least gaming stuff, for any length of time knows I am a huge fan of scrolling brawlers. Games like Streets of Rage, Final Fight, etc. Those are my “go to games”. I recently found out that Piko Interactive have launched a new IndieGoGo campaign for two of their […]

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ZX Spectrum Vega+ Console Spotted in the Wild

The rarely-seen but often talked (or complained) about Sinclair ZX Spectrum Vega+ was spotted in the wild at the weekend by a Retro Gaming Magazine contributor. The controversial console, which has been subject to extended production delays and much legal wrangling since company directors fell out in a major split last year was seen – […]

Sega’s 8-bit Tease Alludes to a New Bayonetta Release

Admit it, you fell for a couple of the April Fools’ day gaming news stories. Maybe you fell for the Geforce GTX G-Assistant plug-in player assist module for the lazy and/or inept gamer. Maybe you fell for the heartbreakingly untrue alliance between Nintendo and Sega called Dream Stream which would have allowed Switch owners to […]

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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 […]

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.

Sigi: A New Platformer with an Old Soul

Steam Greenlight may be changing its name and direction soon, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t great games still hoping to find a place in your Steam library. Looking to follow in the pixelated footsteps of Greenlight hits like River City Ransom Underground and Organ Trail: Director’s Cut, Sigi offers retro platforming gameplay with modern […]

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.


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