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Disney Afternoon Collection

Capcom Announces Disney Afternoon Collection

It is an age-old question (as old as since the first “next generation” console appeared). Why don’t companies keep old releases alive on newer platforms? Release collections and the like. Over the years we have seen something like this happen. On the Game Boy we saw dual retro arcade classics released on one cartridge. We […]

1942 Mobile

1942 Mobile Review on Android

Capcom has painted itself into a corner with its mobile releases. Thanks to some shoddy porting work on the Mega Man series recently, most gamers are wary of Capcom games on Android and iPhone. For good reason, too; those ports are quite bad. So bad, in fact, that we didn’t even review them here on […]

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Capcom Bringing Four Arcade Classics to Mobile

Retro gaming fans must be understanding. Sometimes companies get things right when porting older games to newer platforms. Sometimes they royally screw up the conversion. Sadly, this is the case with Capcom’s most recent attempts at porting a classic franchise to mobile. Recently Capcom re-released Mega Man one through six on Android and well, to […]

Duck Tales 2 Two Player Hack Darkwing Duck

Duck Tales 2 Receives Two Player Hack

If you ask fans of Disney licensed games about the better releases on the Nintendo Entertainment System you will probably hear Duck Tales at least once. Probably even the second game (though the first games moon level music is quite iconic). One problem both Duck Tales games had was that one player limitation. Now fans […]

Street Fighter Fan Anime Short

New Street Fighter Animated Movie Work in Progress by Fan

Don’t tell Capcom but a fan is making an anime style short film based on Street Fighter II.

Ghosts n Goblins

Ghosts n Goblins Amstrad GX4000 Port Debuts, Work in Progress

Back in the late 1980’s there was this thing gamers visited on a regular basis.  Arcades.  In those mystical buildings, sometimes just rooms inside, were collections of some of the best games you could want to play at the time.  One such game was Ghosts n Goblins by Capcom.  This was a nail bitingly intense […]

Clock Tower Lops Limbs Off Playstation Owners – Today in Retro Gaming – October 1st, 1997

When you think of horror games on the original Playstation console, what do you think of?  Maybe you only know Capcom’s Resident Evil in this genre.  Maybe you go a little less mainstream and remember something called Clock Tower by our friends at ASCII Entertainment?  While this is technically the second Clock Tower game, the […]

Capcom Gives Fans Resident Evil Director’s Cut – Today in Retro Gaming – September 30th, 1997

When Capcom released the original Resident Evil onto the Sony Playstation console it was unique.  Never before had gamers been presented with a 3D horror game like this before.  No, I am not counting Alone in the Dark here as that was more of a 3D adventure game with monsters.  Resident Evil was a 3D […]

Go 8 Bit Daves Retro Gaming Comedy Show

Go 8 Bit! Dave’s Retro Gaming Comedy Show

Video games are fast becoming a major spectator sport these days with games like League of Legends and streaming channels like twitch.tv. And now the UK has Dara O Briain’s Go 8 Bit! I caught the 4th episode of this comedy video game show on Dave (a Dave Original) at 10pm on Monday. Read on to […]

The Fifteen Most Difficult Genesis Games (That Are Not Battletoads)

Last year we held a combination shouting match/kumite among the staff to determine the fifteen hardest NES games, discounting Battletoads. In the end, two things happened. First, you all made it the most-read, most-shared column we’ve ever published–you rock! Second, the local hospital told us if we pulled a stunt like that again, they would ‘accidentally’ […]


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