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Ghost for MSX Computer

MSX Receives Ghost, a 2D Side Scrolling Action Adventure, Beta

The MSX gaming computer never made a significant impact in North America but over in Japan, it had quite a following. Enough support that Microsoft released a follow up computer called the MSX2, and a few other variations. Interesting that the MSX ran an extended version of Microsoft BASIC and yet still, developers were able […]

Radio Shack’s Massive Vintage Auction

Radio Shack’s closing down over 1,000 retail locations across the country this weekend as they transition their operations from physical stores to online distribution. The biggest building on the chopping block: their company headquarters. After clearing out the basement and digging through the archives, they’ve assembled thousands of items into over seven hundred individual lots […]

"Pac Man - Yellow Ghost" (CC BY 2.0) by Andrew Beeston

New Ways to Play Retro Games

There are new ways to enjoy classic retro games coming along every day. What are your favorite ways to enjoy the bygone days of gaming?

The Best Retro Casino Games of All Time

Throughout the decades we have seen some incredible casino games, and here are the best retro casino games that we played as kids.

Wing Commander Brings Cinematic Space Battles to PC Players – Today in Retro Gaming – September 26th, 1990

To say Origin was ahead of their time is quite an understatement.  It is almost pointless to bring that back up, at least for retro gamers that were gaming around the “Origin Era” on PC’s.  For everyone else, Origin was this development company that was doing stuff gamers only dreamed of.  Take Wing Commander for […]

The Godfather box

Revenge of the License: The Godfather (Amiga)

Let’s say you hit the jackpot. You just chased down one of the biggest licenses you could hope to land. A legendary bulwark of American cinema based on a best-selling novel by Mario Puzo, “The Godfather” is a guaranteed slam-dunk in the gaming world no matter what you deliver. So how do you pay homage […]

No Man’s Sky Old Hat to Retro Gamers

Everyone is buzzing about No Man’s Sky right now, available for PC’s through Steam and on Playstation 4.  Everyone is buzzing about how great this game is, the depth, the exploration, the fun.  Blah blah blah.  Retro gamers have been exploring space, visiting planets and generally just surviving in space for decades- No Man’s Sky […]

Fort Djangos New Commodore 64 Action Game Released

The Commodore 64 is a classic computer that most of us here at Retro Gaming Magazine have fond memories of.  This little computer just keeps giving, year after year, decade after decade.  New games are being released for the C64 every day it seems.  One such new game is Fort Djangos by Dr. TerrorZ.  If […]

Jazz Jackrabbit Jumps Past Mario on PC – Today in History – May 3rd, 1994

While today 2D side scrolling action platform titles are a regular occurrence, they are still not as popular they were on consoles 20+ years ago.  Jazz Jackrabbit was not perfect but it was lightyears ahead of similar titles on personal computers of the time.  If you were a fan of action platform titles and only […]

Bandit Gaming – Super Mario Bros Texas Instruments 99/4a Port

Okay, Nintendo shot down Princess Rescue on the Atari 2600.  That has not stopped other fans from porting Super Mario Bros to other platforms.  One such platform is the Texas Instruments 99/4a computer.  What we have here is obviously not an official port but a pretty interesting fan creation. 


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