To look back on the history of gaming and pick the games that were game changers or should have been is easy. For instance, looking back, Popful Mail should have been more popular than it was. Portions of Zelda II was an earlier variation on this 2D side scrolling action role playing game formula. Now, […]
Archive for the ‘Portables’ Category
It is sometimes tough trying to figure out what to cover and what to ignore here on RGM. On the one hand, covering newer titles is a good way to bring retro and modern gaming together in an almagation of games but on the other, it is an easy way to alienate the fanbase. Covering […]
All too often newer games take the pixelated look only in an effort to get gamers that are interested in retro gaming to download the game. Sometimes, developers get the underlying game right and have a potential hit with the fans. Herocraft have just such a title here with Mig 2D: Retro Shooter on Android.
Nintendo Virtual Boy owners are used to having limited games to play but thanks to indie developers, that list is slowly growing. While not complete, Mario Combat is on its way, inching closer to an official release. Basically this is a limited variation on Yoshi’s Safari for the Super Nintendo mixed with some Doom graphics […]
While the developer behind Flappy Bird has decided to take his ball and go home, indie developers have taken the opportunity fully in hand to fill the void. There is no doubt that this is using Mario sprites (it is not quite known for sure if the original did the same).
Since the Nintendo Virtual Boy was a 3D system, it would seem that there should have been more 3D racing games on the platform. Sadly, this merging of game genre and hardware went uncapitalized on. That has not stopped indie developers from taking a shot at correcting this situation though. Welcome Zpace Racers, a recent […]
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.
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