To look back on the history of gaming and pick the games that were game changers or should have been is easy. For instance, looking back, Popful Mail should have been more popular than it was. Portions of Zelda II was an earlier variation on this 2D side scrolling action role playing game formula. Now, […]
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It is sometimes tough trying to figure out what to cover and what to ignore here on RGM. On the one hand, covering newer titles is a good way to bring retro and modern gaming together in an almagation of games but on the other, it is an easy way to alienate the fanbase. Covering […]
As reported earlier, Shining Empire is a Shining Force inspired online MMO strategy title- originally titled Shining Force Online but Sega stopped that. Arcade County, the developer behind Shining Empire, has brought Shining Empire back to Kickstarter for one final attempt at funding the project.
There are more games featuring ninjas, about ninjas, or with ‘ninja’ in the title than there were actual ninjas throughout all of human history . Konami’s Zen: Intergalactic Ninja for the NES is totally one of them. And you need to play it, or the eco-terrorists win.
It’s the year 2040. Jack’s been gone a long time. But now he’s back, tramping around New York’s Greenwich Village instead of London, and he’s got an awful lot of time to kill in this massive, 6 CD-ROM adventure game from Take Two Interactive. Break out DosBox and let the slaughter begin!
Mega Man 2.5D is a fan creation of love from Peter Sjöstrand (exclusive interview in issue one of Retro Gaming Magazine). Now the Beta 2.0 update is available featuring additional levels and a look at more of the inner workings of the engine.
All too often newer games take the pixelated look only in an effort to get gamers that are interested in retro gaming to download the game. Sometimes, developers get the underlying game right and have a potential hit with the fans. Herocraft have just such a title here with Mig 2D: Retro Shooter on Android.
Drivers, start your engines! Today in Retro Gaming, we celebrate the fifteenth anniversary of Rally Cross 2′s release in the UK. Off-roading racers were few and far between in the days of the original PlayStation, making this 1999 sequel from 989 Studios a bit more interesting than your average track burner.
Indie and homebrew developers are keeping dead systems alive and kicking with a regular click of releases lately. Roll Boss Rush is no different, just this game is available on the original Playstation. Roll Boss Rush has been in development since 2012 and is finally completed. Mega Man fans will want to check out this […]
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