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5 Best Re-Imagining of Retro Games Using Unreal Engine 4

There are plenty of enterprising gamers out there that are willing to go the extra mile to do what others don’t even dream of doing. One instance of this occurrence is the “re-imagining” of class, retro, games such as Mario, Sonic, Zelda, etc. These are beloved games (even if their more current iterations leave something […]

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Adventure in the Tower of Flight on Steam Remembers the Nintendo Entertainment System Fondly

The Nintendo Entertainment System was an iconic gaming platform, no doubt about it (get over it Atari 7800 and Sega Master System fans).  The graphics and sounds have become second nature to both retrogamers and more recent fans alike, it is easy to pick out a Nintendo Entertainment System game.  They just have that style, […]

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Five Games You Need the Japanese Version to Fully Enjoy

It’s not news to say Japan gets tons of stuff the rest of the world does not, but at least they throw non-Asian gamers a bone every now and then. Usually this is in the form of a simple port, where all the text is translated and (hopefully) localized for the target market. This localization […]

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Sony President Releases Comment on Recent Retro Discovery

We just posted an article about the Sony Super Nintendo CD-ROM prototype that was recently discovered.  Now, Sony president, Shuhei Yoshida, has released a comment on the prototype.  Currently, I am still standing by my feeling that this recent prototype discovery is a fake and this new information uncovered by the team at Engadget doesn’t […]

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From Cartoon to Game 2 of 6- The Raccoons

This is a personal favorite of mine, it is a niche title that most reading this will probably not know about. For those that do not know about The Raccoons, you need to check it out below. The show follows Bert Raccoon and his antics in the forest. Bert is not alone in the forest, […]

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Furry RPG is a New Super Nintendo Role Playing Game Currently in Development

New games for classic consoles are usually just hacks of previously released titles, occasionally we get an all new game.  Furry RPG is just that, a brand new game that will be powered by a Mode 7 heavy engine that is also all new.  Ramsis on the NESDev.com forums is the person handling this new […]

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SNES CD-ROM Prototype Found, Potentially Fake Creation – Edit Now with Video

Right now, there is a lot of hoopla going on about the recently made public discovery of an SNES CD-ROM prototype that carries the Sony logo.  What is interesting about this news is that there, at one time in history, was to be a Super Nintendo CD-ROM system that Sony was indeed working on.  It […]

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Today in Retro – Mediagenic’s SNES Partnership Announced

On July 2nd, 1990, Mediagenic, Inc. made an excited announcement: they had been selected by Nintendo as the first authorized American developers for Nintendo’s upcoming 16-bit video game system. Even better, they announced their first three titles would be an air combat simulator, a BattleTech simulation, and a sports game.  Finally, at least two of […]

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The Fifteen Most Difficult NES Games (That Are Not Battletoads)

As the tropes go, there’s hard, and then there’s Nintendo Hard. The distinction is easily understood by anyone who grew up in the 8-bit era, but the tradition continues to this day with games like Super Meat Boy and I Wanna Be The Guy. Nintendo Hard games aren’t made that way by flipping a difficulty […]

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Legend of Zelda 3rd Quest Being Developed by Fans

Ah, the classic Nintendo 64 Zelda games were quite interesting, they were the first foray into the 3D realm for the franchise and for many, they were system sellers.  Fans showed enough support for these two 64-Bit games that Nintendo re-released them on the Gamecube (and later the Virtual Console).  Now a group of fans […]

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