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Today in Retro Gaming: Williams Arcade’s Greatest Hits

Compilations of older video games didn’t start with PS1-era titles like Namco Museum and Activision Classic Games, but the exponential upgrade to storage offered by CD-based media certainly helped boost their popularity. After all, who wouldn’t love the chance to play some arcade hits of yesteryear without needing to sink several thousand bucks into acquiring […]

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Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs is Currently on Kickstarter

It is not often that I get all that excited about a Kickstarter but well, there is always that one that just won’t let me shut up.  Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs is now on Kickstarter and looking might freaking nice.  This is not a case of someone wanting to make a “homage” or […]

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Revenge of the License: Batman: Revenge of the Joker

What happens when one title contains the word ‘revenge’ twice? Nothing: it’s either an editorial mistake, in which case I’ll fix it a year later when all seventeen of our readers have properly derided me as an idiot, or I’m talking about a video game with ‘revenge’ in the title. This week thankfully it’s the […]

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Atari 2600 Q*Bert Improved to be More like Arcade Version

The Atari 2600 sure did try to be the arcade in your home, and for a while it was.  The problem is, as time went on things improved in the arcade such as the hardware and challenge provided to the gamer.  Gamers wanted more challenge, more colors, more sounds and the poor Atari 2600 just […]

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Starquake Makes the Move from Atari ST to Atari Jaguar

Not too long ago we mentioned that there were over 50 new Atari Jaguar titles coming in the next year or so.  Keeping with that comment I am bringing news about another Atari ST game coming to the Atari Jaguar, Starquake.  Atari Jaguar gamers will soon be able to take control of their own Bio-Logically […]

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New Colecovision Homebrew Title, Cave, Brings 3D Rogue-like Adventure to Dead Console

The Colecovision was a platform that was one of the unfortunate fatalities that occurred due to the 1983/1984 video game crash.  The console, up to this point and for a while afterwards, was doing quite well but things dropped off considerably as we neared 1985- to the point that Coleco, the parent company of the […]

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Today in Gaming History: Aggressive Inline or Tony Hawk’s Eight-Wheeled Skater

Thirteen years ago on August 23, 2002 a game that was very near and dear to my heart as a teenager, Aggressive Inline made its debut. Well technically, that’s when the Xbox version was released. In the United Kingdom and Germany. I had the American PlayStation 2 version which was released on May 29 of […]

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Revenge of the License: WWF Wrestlemania: The Arcade Game

Anyone who tells you violence doesn’t solve anything has never watched professional wrestling, which is a never-ending tribute to the problem-solving power of elbow drops and piledrivers. Somebody fills your brand new car with cement? Kick his ass. Somebody videotapes you getting kinky with someone you aren’t supposed to? Kick his ass. Their team thinks […]

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Revenge of the License/Today in Gaming: Jennifer Capriati Tennis

It’s not every day we here at RGM get to do a “Today in Gaming/Revenge of the License” mashup, but boy howdy, mark your calendars cuz today we’re making some gaming history by talking about gaming history featuring an historic sports title for the Sega Genesis/Megadrive. “But Michael,” I hear you thinking, “you don’t like […]

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Chojin Heiki Zeroigar for PC-FX Translated by Fans, Choshin What?

Scrolling shooters are a staple of videogames.  Don’t believe me, just go look at the catalog of games from the first days of videogames.  Asteroids was a shooter, so was Raid on Bungling Bay.  Defender- yep.  On the NES there were countless titles such as Gradius, Guardian Legend and more.  Scrolling shooters in general are […]


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