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Five Retro Full Motion Video Games that Push the Genre

Full Motion Video was supposed to be the revolutionary genre of the, then, incoming CD-ROM world. I am talking about the 80’s and early 90’s of gaming. A time when Sega fought Nintendo’s iron grip on gaming with innovative ideas, technologies and knew how to take a freaking chance. Maybe had they been so hard […]

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Crystal Dyanamics Turns 25 Years Old, Buckle Up for Ride Down Memory Lane

Raise your hand if you remember the early days of Crystal Dynamics. The days of Off-World Interceptor and Total Eclipse on 3DO, Solar Eclipse on Sega Saturn. Who can forget Gex, Legacy of Kain, and Tomb Raider more recently? Yep, the company behind those games is turning 25 years old. I remember the days when […]

Remembering the Old School Game Store

Retail locations are a dying breed. The cost of doing business with a brick and mortar location versus the return on sales is a hard-balancing act. I am sure most of the people reading this have thought at least once about starting their own old school game store but have failed to follow through for […]

Book Report: Downright Bizarre Games by Michael Thomasson

One of the most rewarding things about my job here at RGM is putting a game that has no business being in anyone’s library into the system, pressing power, and sharing the stupid with all of you. Over the years I’ve defiled my PlayStation with Hooters Road Trip and Simpsons Wrestling, subjected my PC to […]

What if – Atari Released Their 3DO Console?

It is no secret that when Atari released their Jaguar console that they were going up against the 3DO.  In some markets there were other options such as the CD32 (Amiga based) console and other lesser known platforms.  This was all prior to the launch of the Playstsation (which would kick everyone in the butt) […]

What If – Sega Licensed 3DO?

Back in the early 1990’s there was this console called the 3DO.  It was created on the premise of becoming a standard.  This required other companies to license the hardware and release their version of it.  Many companies did including Panasonic and Sanyo.  AT&T was one company that showed a prototype at a convention but […]

5 Games that are Too Much Game for the Hardware

Gaming has always been about pushing the boundaries of the hardware.  Whether it was 3D on the Sega Saturn or too many sprites on screen at one time in Gradius III on the Super Nintendo, developers have consistently pushed the envelope.  Sometimes these are awesome games such as Star Fox on SNES but other times they […]

Brain Dead 13 FMV Game Gives You Unlimited Lives Because You Will Need Them – Today in History – January 31st, 1996

A little disclaimer in the manual for Brain Dead 13 set the pace for the rest of the game.  You are given unlimited lives and will probably need all of them to survive Brain Dead 13.  For those that do not know about Brain Dead 13, it is a Full Motion Video Game (FMV) in […]

Battlesport Proves 3DO Can Ruin Friendships – Today in History – January 1st, 1996

This is a game that brings back the feel goods for me.  When I bought a 3DO it was after I joined the Marines (I shipped to boot camp the day after this game was released).  I liked this one a lot for some reason, it was just so different than what I was used […]

Another World, aka Out of this World, Fan Short Film

I am from North America so I will be using the name Out of this World instead of Another World since that is what I know it by.  When Out of this World hit in the early 1990’s on the Super Nintendo it was a revelation in gaming.  For many it was not quite their […]

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