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Sewer Shark Calls Gamers Names – Today in Retro Gaming – October 15th, 1992

Full Motion Video (FMV) games were quite new when the Sega CD was released.  At least as far as mainstream gaming goes because Sewer Shark and Night Trap are both about half a decade old upon their release in 1992 on the newly released Sega CD add-on.  Sega knew they had to get unique games […]

Produce Music Videos with Make My Video Starring Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch – Today in Retro Gaming – October 15th, 1992

Okay, this is one of those releases for the Sega CD that have gamers scratching their heads.  What was Sega thinking when this one got approved?  You also have to realize there were at least two more releases in this series (INXS and Kris Kross).  That makes it even more baffling that just the one […]

Project AM2R Another Metroid 2 Remake Dead for Good, Nintendo Delivers Final Nail in Coffin of Fan Project

We have kept quiet after our interview with the Project AM2R (Another Metroid 2 Remake) team.  Why?  Because Nintendo had delivered a cease and desist to the project we figured it was dead at that point.  Instead, development continued on the fan project and little things were fixed here and there and released on torrent […]

AM2R Interview DoctorM64 and sabre230

This is a special interview for me as this is a popular fan game, AM2R and our readers here at Retro Gaming Magazine have made it clear they want more information.  Here you go.  An interview with both DoctorM64 and sabre230, the team behind Another Metroid 2 Remake.  Since the downloads for AM2R are taken […]

Nintendo Potentially Behind Removing Nintendo Power Magazine From Archive.org

It was just recently that I reported that Nintendo Power was available on Archive.org for free.  Now, I am reporting that Nintendo has followed through on a second, unforeseen, cease and desist threat (the first was the AM2R removal).  Apparently Nintendo has ordered the first 13 years of Nintendo Power Magazine to be removed from […]

Nintendo Taking Action Against Metroid 2 Remake Release

It was rather interesting this last weekend.  We saw the release of AM2R, aka Another Metroid 2 Remake, for Windows computers and I did a 20 articles in less than 48 hours challenge (successfully).  I even posted a spoiler free review of AM2R here on Retro Gaming Magazine.  Sadly, today Monday August 8th, is a […]

Guile’s Theme Goes with Vinyl and CD as Street Fighter II Music Hits Retro Music Formats

Music has been one area of gaming that is sometimes overlooked.  From the days of the Atari 2600 to recent times, gaming music is not the recipient of nearly the budget that graphics receives.  Gaming music is still integral to the way gamers feel about a game, mostly in a subtle subconscious manner, music sets […]

Revenge of the License: Jurassic Park

What with the opening of “Jurassic World” this weekend in the US, we decided to hold off on a new “Revenge of the License” column in the hopes of catching readers who just want to read about some dinosaur games. Thus, we present a re-run of Michael’s column from last year about this hidden gem […]

Today in Retro Gaming – Ripper (MS-DOS)

It’s the year 2040. Jack’s been gone a long time. But now he’s back, tramping around New York’s Greenwich Village instead of London, and he’s got an awful lot of time to kill in this massive, 6 CD-ROM  adventure game from Take Two Interactive.  Break out DosBox and let the slaughter begin!


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