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Street Fighter IV: Champion Edition Released on iOS

Capcom have just released Street Fighter IV: Champion Edition for iOS platforms such as iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. The latest edition of the long running classic one-on-one fighter promises more options and updates to previously released editions. Fans of the franchise–which kicked off big time with the release of Street Fighter II in the […]

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 […]

Tubocity Mixes Temple Run with Jetpack Joyride

Endless runner are a dime a dozen anymore on Google Play and the iTunes App Store. That is why it takes something unique to pique the interest of gamers today. Tubocity by Whitepot Studios may have just that something that fans of the genre have been looking for.

Crazy Taxi Gazillionaire

How the Greats Have Fallen – Crazy Taxi Gazillionaire on Android

Is it me or is Sega following in the footsteps of Konami lately? Konami made a Pachinko machine out of Castlevania awhile back. Now, Sega have taken Crazy Taxi and gone completely in a different direction than fans would probably have wanted. Yep, they took the core idea behind Crazy Taxi, making money, and pretty […]

Top 3 “Desert Island” Games (Top 3 Tuesday)

I have to say, when I saw MichaelB’s Top 3 Tuesday topic this week, I was confused. This appeared to be the one that broke him. I mean, really, top three games featuring desert islands? As if that wasn’t strange, the video’s thumbnail features Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out!! which, as far as I can tell, occurs somewhere […]

Top 3 Stand-Alone GB Games Based On Classic Series (Top 3 Tuesday)

Sometimes one is capable of dealing with life’s shenanigans. Other times life starts punching below the belt. This is my excuse for failure to comment on the last couple of Top 3 Tuesday videos put out by MichaelBtheGameGenie. Enough is enough: it is time to write! This week, MichaelB proposed “Top 3 Game Boy Games […]

Monster Hunter Sales Dwindle as Monster Hunter XX Sells Poorly

Action, adventure, and fighting an 800-pound gorilla that has gone super sayian are only a bit of what Monster Hunter has to offer. Monster Hunter was originally released on the PlayStation 2 in the early 2000s, and was relatively unknown in the West for a long time. Nevertheless, Capcom saw a potential market in the […]

Morphite Android Crescent Moon Games

Morphite, Metroid Prime Style Game, Announces Release Window on Android

I previously covered Morphite over on our sister site, Gravis Ludus. Considering the ties it has with Metroid Prime–at least in design choices–I figure it would be better suited here on Retro Gaming Magazine. For those that do not know about Morphite, you are looking at a new Crescent Moon Games release–if you are a […]

A New Hope for the ZX Spectrum Vega+

The development of the crowd-funded ZX Spectrum Vega+ has been, to say the least, troubled but recent updates from Retro Computers Ltd appear to give a new hope to its backers and to fans of the beloved 8-bit computer.

Story of Seasons Hilarious Graphical Glitch Gives Players a Full Moon

Story of Seasons: Trio of Town is the latest game in the series formerly known as Harvest Moon in the West. A mixture of the farming and social simulation genre, Story of Seasons is no stranger to hilarious, and often useful Glitches. Recently a user at the fan page Story of Seasons: Harvest Moon Friends on Facebook discovered […]


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