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Zelda Theory: Why is Hyrule a Medieval Kingdom? *Spoilers*

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild is a fantastic game. Packed with all sorts of discoveries and secrets, the game is also ripe with gaps that allow fans to fill in the holes. One such gap is the unusual setting of the game in which the story explains that after 10,000 years, Hyrule […]

Zelda Theory: Why Does the Master Sword “Break”? *Spoilers Inside*

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is packed with tons of “new” mechanics, which separate it from all previous iterations. One such feature, the weapon durability, is indeed one of the most polarizing features of the game, and has been seen as a sour note for more than a few reviewers. Every single […]

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 […]

Floigan Bros Sega Dreamcast box

Floigan Bros DLC on Dreamcast Unlocked 17 Years Later

This is one of those stories we like to bring our readers. A one of hope and fun, and shows that someone out there still cares about old games nearly as much as we do. It has just become known that the Downloadable Content (DLC) of the Floigan Bros game for Sega Dreamcast has been […]

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Castlevania Coming to ColecoVision Retro Console

It is not all that often that we see modern(ish) games ported to retro consoles. That is exactly what Opcode Games are working on doing with Castlevania (the NES era version). They are not stopping there though as this is not just a straight port from the Japanese MSX2 computer version mixed with the Nintendo […]

Weird Al Rocks in 8-bit Style

Gaming and music is one of the greatest pairings in life just like peanut butter and chocolate, sex and candy, and Hall and Oates. Music can be used to amplify the joy of a fun game or make playing a game with terrible sound tolerable. Fortunately, Weird Al can do both.

Top 3 Arcade Games Without Good Home Ports (Top 3 Tuesday)

Every developer crowed they were “bringing the arcade experience home” whenever a smash-hit arcade game received a console translation. Until the PS1 era, most of us took these boasts in stride because we knew in our hearts there was no way the games we loved in the arcade were going to look or sound the […]

Disney Afternoon Collection

Capcom Announces Disney Afternoon Collection

It is an age-old question (as old as since the first “next generation” console appeared). Why don’t companies keep old releases alive on newer platforms? Release collections and the like. Over the years we have seen something like this happen. On the Game Boy we saw dual retro arcade classics released on one cartridge. We […]

Cave Story Sega Genesis

Cave Story Mega Drive Edition Nears Completion

When we hear about a new homebrew title we do our best to check it out and thoroughly investigate it before we post articles about it. That often means we are not the first at breaking something. We are fine with that. One such title is the latest Cave Story Mega Drive Edition release–currently sitting […]

Ooze ZX Spectrum

ZX Spectrum to Receive The Ooze Homebrew

We don’t often cover homebrew releases for the ZX Spectrum computer. One reason could be that we are primarily a North American based site (we have been working on expanding with new team members across the globe). Another is that we are careful about what we cover for various reasons–often a title is just not […]


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