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Mighty No 9 Coming to NVIDIA Shield, Already Delayed

Okay, sure, Mighty No 9 is getting beat like a red headed stepchild by the gaming community, it is making the jump to another platform.  For those that don’t know about Mighty No 9, it is the first game by Kenji Inafune after leaving Capcom.  The sites that are saying there is a “strong” Mega […]

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Great Circus Mystery Gets Magical on Sega Genesis – Today in Retro Gaming – June 2nd 1994

When you think back to the 16-Bit era, what is it that stands out to you the most?  Is it the plethora of original titles that fans got?  Is it the many quality licensed games that were released?  For me, on days like this, I have to go with the second one.  The Great Circus […]

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Capcom’s Monster Hunter on Life Support

I’ve started noticing a trend in certain video games recently. Developers appear to believe that if you release a multiplayer online game they will maintain an extremely high player base if they release tiny bits of DLC throughout the following months of release. While this can be a noble goal in the case of certain […]

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The Addiction of Monster Hunter

Monster Hunter, described as a game where you kill beasts that rival mountains and make clothing out of them, is great. It’s loosely based on an old Norse belief from the Berserks, as they believed that wearing the pelt of a bear granted them the power of Odin. Monster Hunter also hints toward a cannibalistic […]

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Super Joe is the Lone Arcade Commando – Today in History – May 8th, 1985

Capcom used to make these awesome arcade games.  From Final Fight to Street Fighter II, Capcom were kings of the arcade for years.  One early title that holds a lot of nostalgia power with us old timers is Commando.  While war is not something to make light of, it is usually the best and most […]

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Mega Man Soccer Replaces Blasters with Soccer Balls on Super Nintendo – Today in History – April 2nd, 1994

Nintendo has shown over the years that there is quite a bit of money to be made in iconic characters doing uncharacteristic things.  Mario started as a girder climber, then a running and jumping plumber.  Eventually Mario saw a short career in pharmaceuticals and even racing.  Capcom was paying attention around 1993 when Mega Man […]

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Mega Man Battle Network Lets You Play a Robot in a Computer – Today in History – March 21st, 2001

Okay, here is a premise that is somewhat unique in description if not in execution.  You are tasked as playing Mega Man in a tactical role playing game.  Fine so far, we have seen this many times in gaming.  Here you are playing Mega Man inside of a computer though.  Matrix maybe?  Not really.  This […]

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Mega Man Redux Visually Improves Upon Original NES Classic

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 […]

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Today in Japan Retro Gaming: Final Fight Guy (SNES)

Fans of Final Fight, Capcom’s genre-defining arcade punchfest, were understandably confused when it was released on the Super Nintendo. Let’s be kind: it, uh, wasn’t as arcade-perfect a port as Nintendo’s hype machine wanted us to believe. Gamers, being the ravenous, predatory species we are, pounced on every weakness. “What happened to the Factory stage?” […]

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3DNES Emulator Adds New Dimension to Classic Nintendo Titles

Man, what if there was an emulator that could take any 8-Bit Nintendo Entertainment System title and make it new again?  While not exactly perfect 3DNES does give a new take on the classics of yesteryear.  The 8-Bit Nintendo NES was not powerful enough to do a lot of the graphical tricks that we saw […]


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