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Knight Rider FMV Commodore 64

Commodore 64 Full Motion Video

Think the Commodore 64 cannot do Full Motion Video? Think again, it can even do a great rendition of the Knight Rider and Dallas intros.

Max Steel Covert Missions Steathily Hits Sega Dreamcast – Today in History – May 30th, 2001

The Sega Dreamcast, a console that many retro gamers feel left the console war too soon.  Isn’t that how it goes though?  They either leave the battle too soon or stay beyond their welcome.  The Dreamcast in particular had so much untapped potential.  Many of the genres that we enjoy today saw a major jump […]

Brain Dead 13 FMV Game Gives You Unlimited Lives Because You Will Need Them – Today in History – January 31st, 1996

A little disclaimer in the manual for Brain Dead 13 set the pace for the rest of the game.  You are given unlimited lives and will probably need all of them to survive Brain Dead 13.  For those that do not know about Brain Dead 13, it is a Full Motion Video Game (FMV) in […]

Five Great Side Scrolling Action Games that are Not Mario

It is no secret to retrogaming fans that Nintendo single handedly revived the North American video game market with their Nintendo Entertainment System and a little game called Super Mario Bros.  Nintendo was not new to the North American gaming world, they had several titles out on earlier consoles when they were, what would later […]

Fan Translation: Samurai Pizza Cats on Nintendo NES Translated to French

To say thank you to our readers over in France I figured it would be best to bring up a fun bit of news specifically for them.  On the Nintendo Famicom, in Japan, we saw a game based on the popular television show, unfortunately, this game never made it stateside.  At least not officially.  There […]

5 Obscure 8-Bit Gaming Licenses You Don’t See Anymore

Licensing a celebrity, sports star, company and others are nothing new in gaming. I have seen many liceneses in gaming over the years. Movie stars, movies themselves, even commercials have made the jump to become a license for a game many times over. Most notably, licensing occurs in sports with each new iteration of whatever […]

From Cartoon to Game #1: Jem and the Holograms

The premise is simple here, folks. We are going to look at a series of cartoons from the 80’s that deserve a game today. The first cartoon on our list is Jem and the Holograms which debuted in 1985. Jem and the Holograms benefitted from the success of both G.I. Joe and Transformers (many staff […]

Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles in Time on the Super Nintendo

The turtles have been around for many years and if judging by the financial success of the newest movie, that version will be around for at least another movie (and related licensed products). One licensed title that featured the “heroes in a half shell” was the Super Nintendo game, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles […]

Bandit Gaming: Batman 1986 Version for Windows

This installment of Bandit Gaming brings information on a new isometric game called Batman 1986 Version. This is not a whole new game but a hack, total conversion if you will, of another game called Head over Heels. Batman 1986 changes everything around to a style that is a mix of the 60’s Batman (the […]


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