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Noah's Ark NES

New Kickstarter for Noah’s Ark on Nintendo NES and Sega Genesis

We don’t cover a lot of Kickstarter news here on RGM for a reason. I don’t speak for everyone writing for RGM but me personally, I am a fan of Wisdom Tree. They announce new games then finish and release them. Amazing concept but so many in the retro gaming world need to learn that […]

Unholy Night SNES Fighting Game

Unholy Night, New Super Nintendo Fighter, Available Now on Amazon

Previously we discussed Unholy Night: The Darkness Hunter, and now we can bring you news that it is available on Amazon. The first thing I can tell you about this news is that Unholy Night is unlike most retro releases we see. The publisher is not using artificial scarcity to drive sales for instance. Also, […]

Total Recall NES

Five Gaming Licenses that Missed the Mark

Licensing is a staple of gaming. It has been since the Atari 2600 days. Licensing is going nowhere as companies realize they can halfheartedly work on a game, slap a license on it, and expect to at least make back their investment if not a tidy profit to boot. I have collected five licensed games […]

Super Mario Odyssey

Nintendo Removes Gaming Staple from Super Mario Odyssey on Nintendo Switch

Nintendo has pushed the envelope with Mario over the years. They did this many times – such as using the character in other genres from what gamers knew him for. From racing in Mario Kart to being a physician in Dr. Mario, the iconic character has pushed boundaries in many genres, not just action adventure. […]

Nintendo’s Retro Casino Games

Did you know that Nintendo originated as a Japanese playing card company dating back to 1889? With a rich and interesting history, it wasn’t until 1963 that they started manufacturing games in addition to playing cards. In 1980, the company created a wholly-owned subsidiary, Nintendo of America, Inc. in New York. Nintendo then started to […]

legend of zelda zx spectrum bandit gaming

Legend of Zelda Ported to ZX Spectrum – Bandit Gaming

Hmm, what is the over/under on Nintendo dropping the ban hammer on this work in progress featuring the Legend of Zelda franchise? So far, the ZX Spectrum port by Dave Clarke is looking quite good. There are some bugs and some things missing but this is a work in progress.

Haunted Halloween 86 NES

Haunted Halloween 85 and 86, Horror Homebrew Games for NES

It is not all that often that I get to cover something really cool. I know, a lot of you have already gotten, beaten, and probably shelved Haunted Halloween 85 but what about Haunted Halloween 86? This article is more for the people new to homebrew/independent development of games, those that are old hats in […]

Cave Story+ Nintendo Switch

Why Cave Story+ on Nintendo Switch Will Fail

Ah, good old Cave Story. A title that gamers have been enjoying on various platforms for years now. We have seen this game released on the Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DSi, Nintendo 3DS, PC platforms and then a myriad of fan ports to Linuz, AmigaOS 4, the TI graphing calculator, Genesis and PSP among many others. […]

Top 3 Fighting Games of the 16-bit Era (Top 3 Tuesday)

If you don’t associate the 16-bit era with fighting games, you’re either an amnesiac or throwing off the curve for this site’s age demographic. If, as I suspect, you are a gamer who finds himself on the wrong side of thirty, then you’re already formulating a list in your head from the topic title. Thanks […]

The Grumpy Git: Has the Gaming Industry Got Any Ideas Left?

Okay people, if you don’t know who I am, I’m the Grumpy Git, it is Monday, and I have decided it is time to look at the world from a more jaded angle. Feel free to disagree with me vehemently in the comments. Okay, on to today’s topic… “Has the gaming industry got any ideas […]


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