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.
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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 […]
Hot on the heels of Castlevania Simplified comes Mega Man Simplified (there is one for Mega Man II also for those interested). While retro gamers that grew up playing what is commonly referred to as the classics will see no point in these types of game hacks, there are a lot of younger gamers that […]
The Mega Man series is a pivotal series, one that definintely helped Nintendo solidify their lead against the more powerful Sega Genesis and NEC Turbo Grafx-16 back in the day. Capcom knew what they had on their hands, and many would say they milked the hell out of it. While this is not an official […]
Back in the day, Microsoft had it kind of tough getting original titles on their Xbox system. Some companies showed support while hold certain games back for whatever reason. Viewtiful Joe 2 is one of those titles that snubbed the console from Seattle. Previously released on the Nintendo Gamecube, Viewtiful Joe 2 made his debut […]
Survival horror titles at one time were an endangered genre in gaming. Sure game publishers dabbled with the genre all the way back to the NES, at least in a style that we are familiar with today. By 2004, the genre had developed standards that most companies had to go with or suffer poor sales […]
Mega Man is one of a select few legacy franchises that has survived since the Nintendo Entertainment System days and is not a Nintendo bred title. There are not a lot of other titles in this group so it is quite an elite list. Mega Man is also a title that has touched nearly every […]
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