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Super Mario Bros Conquers the World on the NES: Today in History- January 23rd, 1990

What can really be said about Super Mario Bros 3 for the Nintendo Entertainment System that hasn’t been said already?  This was Nintendo’s unofficial swan song of Mario games for the NES that really showed that the system still had “oomph” when taking on more powerful systems such as the Sega Genesis and NEC Turbo […]

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Update: Justice Beaver for Super Nintendo Reworked, New Screens and Video

We covered Justice Beaver by Collectorvision a short while back (here) and during that time, there have been some major changes.  First, the IndieGoGo campaign is sitting at ¾ funded with about 11 days left for anyone that has not backed it but would like to.  Now, onto the fun stuff, the new screens and […]

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New Game: Shadowhawk Incoming on Super Nintendo, Never Before Released Game

Super hero games are a mainstay of gaming, go ahead, look at the games available on whatever “decently” popular platform you want.  From Atari 2600 to the Sega Genesis and onto newer platforms such as Xbox 360 and PS3- super hero games are here to stay.  Here at Retro Gaming Magazine we like to bring […]

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Repro: Rose Colored Gaming Unveils Star Fox 2 for Super Nintendo Special Edition Box, Colored Cartridge

We don’t see this level of work put into most reproductions but Rose Colored Gaming are going above and beyond the norm.  Everyone knows that Star Fox 2 never saw an official release by Nintendo themselves.  That is a sad fact.  Now, Star Fox 2 will see a release, even if extremely limited, through a […]

Stadium Events NES Title screen

Ebay: Stadium Events, Sealed and Rated to Top $100,000 by Auction End

It is no secret that the copy of Stadium Events on Ebay right now is causing a bit of controversy, interest and some jealousy amongst retro gaming fans.  As of this writing, Stadium Events has a little over two days left and is still climbing the value tree.  Stadium Events itself is an unremarkable title […]


Gyromite and Rob The Robot Break the Fourth Wall on Nintendo NES: Today in History- January 13th, 1985

Developers spend so much time trying to figure out how to immerse the gamer into the game they are playing and usually fail miserably resulting in a wild mess.  The sad fact is, Nintendo had already broken that fourth wall of entertainment way back in 1985- that is right, 28  years ago today the fourth […]


New Game: Flappy Bird Ported to the Nintendo Game Boy Advance

Flappy Bird is one of those games that simply will not go away, no matter how hard gamers wish it would.  If there is a platform that can run it, someone will probably port this one button game to it.  We have seen ports to the Atari 2600 (at least two), Vectrex, Colecovision and even […]

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Mod: Ghostbusters Ecto-1 Car Turned into Nintendo NES Hits Ebay

Okay we have seen, over the years, people put whole personal computers inside of a NES console but never a whole NES into a miniature car.  Not just any car though, but the Ghostbusters Ecto-1 station wagon.  The cool thing about this mod is that the creator even went as far as modding the controller […]

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New Game: Paco Jet Released by the Mojon Twins for the Nintendo Entertainment System

Paco Jet, originally released on Covertape #2 by the Mojon Twins is getting slight name change to Jet-Paco and is now available on the Nintendo Entertainment System.  Jet-Paco is not a scrolling shooter but rather it is a side scrolling action puzzle game, similar to Solomon’s Key.  Since this is the Mojon Twins, you know […]


Game Hack: Zelda III Receives Update with FMV Cut Scenes and CD Quality Sound

That headline is not misleading, the original Legend of Zelda III: A Link to the Past on Super Nintendo has received an update by fans that includes Full Motion Video (FMV) cutscenes and CD quality audio.  This is all accomplished thanks to a hardware hacker named Byuu, who created BSNES and Higan and more importantly […]

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