Other than Mighty Final Fight, there was no Final Fight game released for the original Nintendo Entertainment System, at least officially. Fans have created a version of Final Fight 3 for the NES, unofficially, why the series was not started with the first is unknown but this game is interesting nonetheless.
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Capcom are pretty cool about keeping their titles up to date with new releases, re-releases that improve graphically/aurally, and the like. Resident Evil 1 was remade on the GameCube while Mega Man 1 through 3 were remade for the Sega Genesis with Mega Man Wiley Wars (Sega Channel exclusive in North America) among many other […]
Capcom was an earnest Nintendo licensee from the get-go, not jumping ship till well into the life of the Super Nintendo, later than many other gaming companies. They did license out some of their arcade games though, rather than releasing them on competing hardware themselves (something Konami didn’t do for years). Most of these licensed […]
It is a retro gaming age old question, okay, as far back as the SNES vs. Genesis argument. Which is better, the Streets of Rage series or the Final Fight series? Thanks to some ingenuitive game hackers, gamers can now at least check out how Cody from Final Fight would fare in the Streets of […]
It is sometimes tough trying to figure out what to cover and what to ignore here on RGM. On the one hand, covering newer titles is a good way to bring retro and modern gaming together in an almagation of games but on the other, it is an easy way to alienate the fanbase. Covering […]
Mega Man 2.5D is a fan creation of love from Peter Sjöstrand (exclusive interview in issue one of Retro Gaming Magazine). Now the Beta 2.0 update is available featuring additional levels and a look at more of the inner workings of the engine.
Indie and homebrew developers are keeping dead systems alive and kicking with a regular click of releases lately. Roll Boss Rush is no different, just this game is available on the original Playstation. Roll Boss Rush has been in development since 2012 and is finally completed. Mega Man fans will want to check out this […]
Since we have a lot of Spanish speaking fans here at Retro Gaming Magazine, we are going to test the waters with news tailored for you. News such as this, Mega Man 8 is available in Spanish.
Game hacks are nice and cool, especially ones that are beneficial to the player either making games easier or like this one, making them harder. Mega Man Reved Up is a game hack of the original that adds more challenges rather than taking them away. Ideal for those gamers that felt the original Mega Man […]
Both the original Mega Man and Castlevania have received game hacks to make them easier to play and possibly more enjoyable for more gamers. Now, Mega Man 2 has been given the training wheels treatment with many edits that remove a lot of the challenge of the original version that gamers have enjoyed for many […]