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Harvest Moon 64 Retrospective

Farming, raising cattle, mining, fishing, and marrying the girl of your dreams… what a sweet life. A slice of life farming simulator where the worst that happens is the death of a grandmother or perhaps the animals and the departure your friends. These elements are in essence what make Harvest Moon 64 such a special […]

The End of Week of Arcadia Legends Retrospective

You might have seen a sleuth of Skies of Arcadia articles in Retro Gaming Mag this last week. If you didn’t, you should go and read them, because we looked at every aspect of the game we could think of. Skies of Arcadia is a game that holds up well to this day, and perhaps […]

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Review – Out Live for Turbo Grafx-16 English Translation

We take a critical look at the newly released fan translation for Out Live on the Turbo Grafx-16 console. If you are looking for hand holding in your RPG’s then look elsewhere, this is old school as can be.

Destroy Your Friendships with Dokapon Kingdom

Death, betrayal, backstabbing, and the destruction of every relationship you’ve ever held dear, that is Dokapon Kingdom. It is the bastard child of Monopoly and Dragon Quest developed by Sting Entertainment. A mixture of an RPG and a board game, in Dokapon Kingdom your goal is simple: become ludicrously rich while sacrificing all of your […]

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PlayStation Agony, Part 1: The Simpsons Wrestling

When Carl, the man I perceive as the primary antagonist in my life as a video game character, used a sledgehammer to defeat the lock on my door, my heart slid into my colon. “Time to pay the piper,” he said, holding up a paper shopping bag. “Donald Trump will be president, therefore you lost the […]

Review – Sam Mallard Case of the Missing Swan for the ZX Spectrum

Text adventures and I go way back.  From classics like Zork to The Hobbit to The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, I have enjoyed text adventures for almost three decades now.  Then came the graphical text adventure which The Hobbit could be viewed as an early precursor of, and it was only getting better in […]

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.

My thoughts on Xenogears.

“I am Alpha and Omega… The beginning and the end… The first and the last…” -Revelation 22:13

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BOMB on BASIC City Review

Besides making Atari 2600 and Genesis games I also collect new titles. Bomb on BASIC City was a special treat as it was actually made in BASIC. The game cut scenes allude to a rivalry between C programmers and BASIC coders which is sometimes true. Those who “graduate” to assembly and C often forget quality […]


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