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Best Retro Games of 2016

With each year passing, video games become more and more expensive. What’s worse is that instead of selling them as a whole package, video game publishers sell them in different smaller packages trying to make a profit and bleed the players’ wallets.


Illusion Castle Review – Metroidvania on Android

What would you do if you discovered a strange castle on top of a hill in the distance?  If you are Anya, star of Illusion Castle, you would obviously make your way to said mysterious castle and explore.  As with most things in life, that is not exactly the best idea you could probably have […]


Echochrome: a charming journey of perspective.

If you like perspective-type art, just like Escher paintings, and beautiful music then you can’t miss either this review or game.

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Carmageddon Goes Free for Android Users, Reports of Bugs Already

Carmageddon is a classic vehicle based action game with horror overtones.  If you remember Death Race 2000 then you know the basic idea of Carmageddon already.  Not content with just being a homage game to that classic movie, Stainless Games Limited went further and created a phenomenon in gaming.  Spawning a few sequels and remakes […]


Apocalypse Max Review – Survive the Zombie Apocalypse

The zombie apocalypse is a popular point in fiction.  We have seen this event play out in movies, books, cartoons and television shows among many other facets of entertainment.  Particularly in video games this is a popular vantage point to play from.  We have seen it in Resident Evil and in many other games.  Apocalypse […]

Pokemon Red

Nintendo Gives Game Boy Players Pokemon Red & Blue – Today in Retro Gaming – September 28th, 1998

When Nintendo brought over the Pokemon franchise it is unclear if they knew it would have been as big a success in the North American market or not.  Sure, now we can look back and say they did everything right and reaped the success from it.  While many players raised all kinds of trouble, at […]


Enix Releases Dragon Warrior I and II on Nintendo Game Boy Color – Today in Retro Gaming – September 27th, 2000

When the original Dragon Warrior game was released on the Nintendo Entertainment System it was quite a departure from the norm.  Prior to Dragon Warrior there were not exactly a lot of role playing games like it available for the new NES console.  Enix, now part of Square Enix, was onto something and they were […]


Review – Retroid Nintendo Game Boy Homebrew

Out of all of the games that we see receive fan homages regularly one genre seems to be forgotten just as often.  That is the Arkanoid style brick breaker game, also known as Breakout.  Well, the developers behind Retroid for the Nintendo Game Boy certainly remember those two classics.  Sure, the Game Boy already received […]


Interview with Mikhail Belov of SNK Games Developer of Space Rangers Quest

Text adventure games are hard to come by nowadays.  Gamers have evolved beyond reading a lot, preferring better graphics and audio to assist their imaginations.  For some of use though, the imagination is still the best graphics.  Anyhow, Space Rangers Quest is one such new text adventure developed by SNK Games and published by 1C […]


Sega Acquires Technosoft Franchises, Slowly Becoming Another Electronic Arts

Sega is a company that fans REALLY want to love and support but that love and support is more often than not met with lackluster Sonic the Hedgehog games.  This bothers a lot of the gaming populace that remember Sega of old. The Sega that released Comix Zone, Streets of Rage 1, 2 and 3 […]

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