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Streets of Rage 2

Six Streets of Rage Hacks That Rock the Sega Classic

Streets of Rage 2 is one of the most beloved Sega games out there. Seriously, it is almost above reproach on the level of Super Mario World, Tetris, Robowarrior, and Pac-Man. With such admiration comes fans that are more than willing to bring their own ideas to the classic through hacks (PC gamers know these […]

Top 3 Fighting Games of the 16-bit Era (Top 3 Tuesday)

If you don’t associate the 16-bit era with fighting games, you’re either an amnesiac or throwing off the curve for this site’s age demographic. If, as I suspect, you are a gamer who finds himself on the wrong side of thirty, then you’re already formulating a list in your head from the topic title. Thanks […]

X-Men Sega Genesis

Five Best Sega Genesis Comics Games (Yes, Batman Is #1)

When doing a list like this, it is hard to come up with a number one game that has not been on top everywhere already. Batman holds the #1 spot here, again, so if you think you know the whole list already, scroll by. For the rest of you, there are some good games on this […]

Interview with Mega Cat Studios Creatures of Coffee Crisis for Sega Genesis

Special interview with the team behind Coffee Crisis, the new Sega Genesis brawler.

Acme Animation Factory Gives Gamers Small Taste of Cartoon Creation – Today in Retro Gaming – November 5th, 1994

You can tell how mainstream a console is based on the more “off the wall” titles that it received.  For many this is experimental titles such as My Disney Kitchen on the original Playstation.  This can also be gauged by how many Barbie games a console has available.  Let’s go back a little further and […]

Kickstarter – Coffee Crisis New Sega Genesis Brawler

Brawlers are a lost art in today’s world.  That is a simple, cold hard, fact.  For some reason the scrolling fighter genre has fallen on hard times.  I come from a period of gaming when Streets of Rage, Final Fight, Rival Turf, and River City Ransom ruled the roost.  With Coffee Crisis I can see […]

ActRaiser Expands Action Genre on Super Nintendo – Today in Retro Gaming – November 1st, 1991

When the Super Nintendo launched gamers were promised it would not be just more of the same.  While early on, games like Pilotwings was certainly the epitome of this belief.  Then came games like ActRaiser by Enix.  Upon looking at the back of the box you would think this is just another 2D side scrolling […]

Adaeus – Rogue Planet Currently on Steam Greenlight

Anyone that has read Retro Gaming Magazine for long knows we do our best to help independent and homebrew developers reach new audiences (as long as we like their stuff).  That is why we are proud to bring you news about Adaeus – Rogue Planet which is currently sitting on Steam Greenlight looking for some […]

Brazil Receives Sega Mega Drive Duke Nukem 3D Exclusively – Today in Retro Gaming – October 13th, 1998

When you think of South America and video games you probably come up blank.  If you live in Brazil though you will probably know that there is still a very much alive, and thriving, community of gamers from the 16-Bit era.  Due to costs of importing electronics gamers that live in Brazil have learned to […]

Streets of Rage Brings Fight to Sega Genesis – Today in Retro Gaming – September 18th, 1991

A funny thing happened to Sega when they released their Genesis console.  For a very long period in gaming history, they were approaching, or were on, the top of the gaming world.  They were the talk of the town across the globe.  Nintendo still had a stranglehold on videogames but the success of the Sega […]


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