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Prototype- Toki for Atari 7800 Found, Release Options Explored

Toki was an arcade game featuring a guy that was transformed into a misshapen ape after an evil wizard kidnaps his girlfriend.  It is still a “save the princess” tale but that was the norm for when Toki was released.  Throughout its life, Toki has seen releases on many platforms including the Atari Lynx, Sega […]

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Review: Flip Off Fun With Midnight Magic on Atari 2600

Playboy had one, KISS had one and even the Six Million Dollar Man had one…..no it’s not what you’re thinking, they all had their names in big flashing bright lights and cool colours on the back boards of thousands and thousands of pinball machines all over the world. The entertainment craze of the 1970s, pinball […]

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Bandit Gaming: Shadow of the Colossus for Atari 2600 Work in Progress

We have covered wild works in progress and the like for various consoles since we started RGM.  One of the more interesting ones was Mario 64 getting ported to the Atari 2600, of all consoles.  Interestingly, we have found an even wilder work in progress title, Sony’s Shadow of the Colossus which is currently a […]

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Review: Megamania for Atari 2600

If I ever wondered why I love retro and retro video gaming, it’s when you pick up a game and read things like this “If you think Megamania is just another space game, you’re dreaming.  And that dream will become a nightmare.  A space nightmare.  So, prepare yourself for one of the most unreal experiences […]

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Hardware- Rose Colored Gaming to Release New Hand Held

Rose Colored Gaming apparently never sleep, if they are not releasing custom cartridges for Star Fox 2 they are doing something else.  Today, that something else is a whole new hand held for you to enjoy.  This is not a completely new device though, at least as far as what it does.  What Rose Colored […]

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Review: World 1-1

Gaming has been involved in general culture since they were first introduced to players.  We have seen movies feature games in the background, sometimes in the spotlight of scenes, but few documentaries have been produced on our favorite hobby.  Thanks to independent film makers, Jeanette Garcia and Daryl Rodriguez, we can add World 1-1 to […]

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Revenge of the License: Fantastic Voyage

I was sitting in front of my computer trying to come up with a suitably awful subject for this week’s column, and my mind started wandering to games I played when I was younger–specifically, my Atari 2600 collection. I amassed a considerable collection of carts for my system over the course of visiting many yard […]

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Demake: Super Mario 64 for the Atari 2600, Yes You Read that Right

When Nintendo launched their 64-Bit beast of a console it was at an interesting time.  The competition were busying themselves with 32-Bit CPU’s and the games that came along with that level of graphical prowess.  Nintendo decided to not even bother with the 32-Bit generation and leap frog to the next logical plateau, 64-Bit.  Of […]

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Gauntlet Trudges onto the Nintendo Entertainment System: December 1st, 1985

Tengen was one of those companies that weren’t afraid to go their own route in life, even if that meant going against the Big N and their, seemingly monopolistic, control of the gaming scene in the 80’s.  Gauntlet was one of those titles that every gamer worth their salt knew about, it was big in […]

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Leery Licensing: Marlboro Licensed Atari Lynx, Plus Prototype Game

Atari was not scared to get out there and try weird things, like trying to convince gamers that the Jaguar was actually a 64-Bit console.  Anyhow, Atari was at least trying (Sega, I am looking your way concerning the Dreamcast).  Atari’s only hand held, the Lynx, was a decently popular device though it was, unfortunately, […]


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