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ST Update 'Pilot Issue', Spring (March) 1987

A Blast from the past – Atari ST Style

The past few years have seen many notable 30th anniversary celebrations in the retro computing/gaming community–from the birthdays of the humble but seminal Sinclair ZX81 and the ever-popular ZX Spectrum via the versatile BBC Micro to those mighty 16/32 bit beasts, the Atari ST, and Commodore Amiga. This month it’s the turn of the once-popular, […]

Wacky Wednesday: Attention to Detail vs. Atari

Attention to Detail Ltd., born in Warwickshire, closed their doors in 2003 but not before leaving behind a fairly impressive legacy. Founded in 1988 by five university graduates keen to do something which could both entertain them and provide money for a sizable curry budget, their break came when Atari tapped them to do work […]

Versus Mode: Arch Rivals Vs. Basketbrawl

We all have that one friend. The friend who has a Sega instead of a Nintendo or a Colecovision instead of an Atari. This friend tends to lean towards the obscure and likes to talk about “alternative” versions of mainstream titles. Deciding on which game to play with this friend can be a total pain […]

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 […]

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New Atari Lynx Shooter Weltenschlachter Completed

The Atari Lynx is the recipient of a new side scrolling shooter called Weltenschlachter, say that three times fast, which reminds us of Yar’s Revenge.

Super Nintendo Rayman Game Unearthed

Rayman was the first platform star of the 32-Bit era.  Ubi Soft was quick to launch this little guy unto the world of Atari Jaguar, then later Playstation and Saturn.  Sadly Rayman never made it to the 3DO console- though it would have surely been quite cool if it did.  Rayman was the first 2D […]

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Piko Interactive Launch Retro Gaming Second Wave of Goodness

In the world of retro gaming there are not a lot of companies like Piko Interactive.  They go out and find unreleased games, get the rights to them and fix them up, sometimes completing them, and then releasing them legally for fans to purchase.  Take a look at the Piko Interactive store and you will […]

The Atari Home Arcade Experience, Age 10

In the early years of the Eighties decade, the only thing that could take my attention away from the multitudes of arcades in my hometown of Columbia, South Carolina was playing video games at home.  Well, in May of 1982 the next stage of my video game obsession came to be: my parents bought me […]

Amstrad CPC Arcade Game Conersions

Any serious gamer would no doubt remember games like Pacman, Space Invaders, Galaga, Asteroids and Frogger. Created around the 1970s to early 1980s, these video games are still highly revered to this very day, the so called ‘Golden Age’ of the arcade video games industry. Ah, it was a time when video game arcade machines would be […]

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) […]


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