As reported earlier, Shining Empire is a Shining Force inspired online MMO strategy title- originally titled Shining Force Online but Sega stopped that. Arcade County, the developer behind Shining Empire, has brought Shining Empire back to Kickstarter for one final attempt at funding the project.
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It’s the year 2040. Jack’s been gone a long time. But now he’s back, tramping around New York’s Greenwich Village instead of London, and he’s got an awful lot of time to kill in this massive, 6 CD-ROM adventure game from Take Two Interactive. Break out DosBox and let the slaughter begin!
Mega Man 2.5D is a fan creation of love from Peter Sjöstrand (exclusive interview in issue one of Retro Gaming Magazine). Now the Beta 2.0 update is available featuring additional levels and a look at more of the inner workings of the engine.
Carmageddon is one of those titles that was deemed likely to end society as we know it. Other titles that parenting groups and various religious faculties have pointed this finger at include Mortal Kombat, the Grand Theft Auto series and Manhunt to name a few. The world didn’t end and some of these titles went […]
Point and click adventure games once ruled the roost with PC gamers, even seeing some of the better ones hit consoles. Over the years, this genre has lost its fanfare and fallen to the wayside with gamers. Indie developers are keen to keeping the flame alive though and Gods Will Be Watching is an interesting […]
As one month ends and another begins, sales of retro games across the Internet come in. Collected here for convenience are the current retro game sales. As new ones are found they will be added.
BBC Radio 4 Extra, sister station to BBC Radio 4, is planning to release a special version of the classic text adventure in conjunction with the airing of “The Primary and Secondary Phase” radio show. This event is scheduled for March 8th, 2014.
It is a long running debate in the retro community over digital only releases. Some are for it, some are against it. The concern of not having a physical cartridge, CD or whatever to hold that contains the data is eased a bit by these games going on sale regularly. That is the other main […]
Usually when an unreleased game is found, one of a couple of things occur. Most often it is found by a preservation team that has acquired it and plans on releasing it. Sometimes it is just a video of a title and that is all anyone knows. Then, more rarely, the original developers find an […]
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