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Super Nintendo Rayman Game Unearthed

Rayman was the first platform star of the 32-Bit era.  Ubi Soft was quick to launch this little guy unto the world of Atari Jaguar, then later Playstation and Saturn.  Sadly Rayman never made it to the 3DO console- though it would have surely been quite cool if it did.  Rayman was the first 2D […]


Link’s Awakening Re-Imagined Using Ocarina of Time on Nintendo 64

When we hear about a cool mod or hack it is more often than not simply a character swap or something.  Sega’s Streets of Rage 2 is a popular subject of fan mods (we have covered more than a few here).  What about the other side of hacks and mods though, the side where the […]

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Super Mario Kart Becomes Hyper Street Kart Thanks to Fans

As far as I know, there is one genre that Capcom never took their popular Street Fighter II series of games – kart racing.  They have been involved in puzzle games, fighting games of course, and even a crappy live action movie and plenty of anime stuff.  Not kart racing for some reason though.  Thanks […]


The New Nintendo Classic Console Previewed

  You’ve probably already heard that the classic Nintendo console has returned. The new NES is practically the same in design, but only cuter than before. It’s called NES Classic Mini and it’s the official relaunch containing 30 classic hits and most loved 80s games ever.

Socks the Cat Rocks the Hill

Second Dimension Responds, Raises More Questions on Shaky Kickstarter for Socks the Cat

In my previous article on this situation I brought up concerns that I gained after inquiring on the legal situation of Socks the Cat Rocks the Hill for the Super Nintendo.  This unreleased game has just surfaced on Kickstarter under the “Second Dimension” account so I contacted them late last week to inquire on the […]

Socks the Cat Rocks the Hill

Kickstarter Beware – Socks the Cat Super Nintendo

First of all, I am a big fan of rescueware- the process of taking an old abandoned game, getting the rights to it and either finishing it or fixing it and then releasing it for fans to enjoy.  When I first heard about someone apparently launching a Kickstarter campaign to release Socks the Cat on […]


Gamers Futilely Shoot Duck Hunt Dog on Nintendo NES – Today in Retro Gaming – October 18th, 1985

The Nintendo Entertainment System was known for a lot of things- one of which was the light gun zapper.  The game that really showed the interaction of the zapper was Duck Hunt which featured a couple of different game modes.  The game mode most gamers probably remember is the one the game is named after, […]


Mortal Kombat Demands Arcade Gamers FINISH HIM – Today in Retro Gaming – October 8th, 1992

Where were you on October 8th in 1992?  More than likely, if you were an arcade gamer, you were amongst other fans crowded around this new one on one fighting game called Mortal Kombat.  What set Mortal Kombat apart from the competition?  What made gamers HAVE to put in quarters to be the next one […]

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The Black Sheep of Horror Gaming: Abadox

When Halloween slips around, you have tons of choices for hosting a retro-themed scare-a-thon on your big screen. It’s easy to dive straight into the likes of Resident Evil 4, Silent Hill 2, or even Friday the 13th. Formerly obscure titles like Run Like Hell for Xbox/PS2 and Clock Tower for the PS1 have been around […]

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Piko Interactive Launch Retro Gaming Second Wave of Goodness

In the world of retro gaming there are not a lot of companies like Piko Interactive.  They go out and find unreleased games, get the rights to them and fix them up, sometimes completing them, and then releasing them legally for fans to purchase.  Take a look at the Piko Interactive store and you will […]

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