It is not all that often that we see modern(ish) games ported to retro consoles. That is exactly what Opcode Games are working on doing with Castlevania (the NES era version). They are not stopping there though as this is not just a straight port from the Japanese MSX2 computer version mixed with the Nintendo […]
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You may be reading that title and thinking, when did Power Rangers III get released for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Better than that, when did Power Rangers ever see a Nintendo NES release? They didn’t because this is a pirate game – hence the title, Bandit Gaming. So, yea, this is a translation of a […]
PicoFox brings the classic Super Nintendo game, Star Fox, to the Pico-8 gaming hand held. You have to see this to believe it.
Another Nintendo franchise getting the fan port treatment. Will Nintendo let this one stand or will Super Mario Bros for the Amstrad CPC 464 suffer the same fate as other Nintendo franchises.
Capcom did a remake of the first Mega Man on Playstation Portable back in 2006. Fans have decided to do a remake of their own. Graphically improving the original Mega Man on the Nintendo Entertainment System, this hack almost breathes new life into a classic. Similar to what was done for Super Mario Bros in […]
Okay, Nintendo shot down Princess Rescue on the Atari 2600. That has not stopped other fans from porting Super Mario Bros to other platforms. One such platform is the Texas Instruments 99/4a computer. What we have here is obviously not an official port but a pretty interesting fan creation.
Konami never brought Castlevania to the Atari 2600. That is not stopping fans though. While this is a work in progress, an early one at that, it is impressive already. This is definitely shaping up to be an interesting homebrew release, from the music to the graphics as they stand. This is a must see.
In the early 1990’s we saw the release of Street Fighter II a title that changed arcades till their last days. Midway couldn’t stand idly by so they released a one on one fighting game that took things a few steps farther. While Street Fighter II was a cartoon style game like most arcade games […]
Anisotropic are working on recreating the Crash Bandicoot games using Unreal Engine 4. Crash Bandicoot was quite the eye opening title for the fledgling Sony Playstation. His 3D/2.4D antics were just too much for Sega to compete with and this helped propel the PSOne into the leading role of the era. For a period, Crash […]
When Microsoft released Windows 95 it heralded in the easier to use computer age. Prior to Windows 95 there had been plenty of attempts to give the Microsoft Disk Operating System (MS-DOS) a graphical user interface (GUI). All of those attempts were failures on many levels- most of which was actually getting a significant number […]
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