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Cardcaptor Sakura

Cardcaptor Sakura Receives English Translation on Playstation One

When you think of console gaming you have to do so in regions. What we see in Japan is often never seen elsewhere, or in any other language. Next is often North America and then Europe with the rest of the world battling for fourth in line for new releases. This means some interesting games […]

Disney Afternoon Collection

Capcom Announces Disney Afternoon Collection

It is an age-old question (as old as since the first “next generation” console appeared). Why don’t companies keep old releases alive on newer platforms? Release collections and the like. Over the years we have seen something like this happen. On the Game Boy we saw dual retro arcade classics released on one cartridge. We […]

Resident Evil 3 Retrospective: Nemesis

Anger, fear, terror, and the inevitable demise of S.T.A.R.S. lie around every corner! A brutal tyrant with the brains to operate weapons, and follow commands is waiting for you whenever you least expect it. Can Jill Valentine survive to see her last escape, or will she simply become another body for the undead? Resident Evil […]

Top 3 Comic Book Games (Top 3 Tuesday)

Welcome, readers one and all, to the newest entry in Top 3 Tuesday! Today MichaelBtheGameGenie wants to know your thoughts on your three favorite games based on comic books (and you better get over there and watch his video before you start my article). Now I don’t want to spoil anything, but I will say that […]

Ghost Blade HD

Ghost Blade HD Brings Indie Bullet Hell Dreamcast Game to PC

Ghost Blade by Hucast games is one of those indie games that we saw years after the demise of the Sega Dreamcast. What set Ghost Blade apart from the competition was the graphics, sound, and the challenge level. Everything appeared more like an official release than an indie game developed with after the fact tools. […]

Retro Games Shopping in Akihaba, Japan

Electric town Akihabara; where your dreams become a reality. A place where fans can indulge in the fantasies of cosplay, maid cafes, technology, and video games. Whether it is from the Yodobashi located as you exit the train station, the main strip, or the back alleys filled with maids handing flyers, you’ll almost certainly find […]

Fire Pro Wrestling Logo

Major Fire Pro Wrestling Announcement Made

What classic gaming fan has not at least tried a Fire Pro Wrestling game over the years? Sure, the early releases were not ported over to North America but the later ones certainly were (I am looking at your GBA and Sega Dreamcast). For those that missed out on this iconic series so far, imagine […]

Top 3 Import Games (Top 3 Tuesday)

Once more into the trenches, fellow Retromaniacs! This week, the studlier, more ruggedly handsome, infinitely cooler Michael (aka MichaelBtheGameGenie) raised a new topic which requires our input. Today’s video, which you should absolutely go and watch before you get any further into this column, requests his legions to choose and explain their Top 3 Import […]

The Italian Job Retrospective

When I got my hands on an ultra-cheap second-hand PlayStation One a few years ago, one of the first games I tried out was The Italian Job. I’m not a huge fan of the film (it certainly has its moments, but overall it didn’t think it was that great), but it seemed that this conversion […]

Top 3 SHMUPS (Top 3 Tuesday)

SHMUPS: they’re neither candy nor some weird Asian bird flu derivative! ‘SHMUP’ is Internet shorthand for “shoot ’em up”, a genre of game where you pilot a person or craft through a series of auto-scrolling stages destroying everything in sight to earn power-ups so you can destroy everything in sight even faster. In other words, […]


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