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Retro Consoles Untapped Marketing Avenue for Modern Games

It is getting harder and harder for modern game publishers to get their games in the hands of players, er on their consoles/computers is more like it but you get the point.  To get current generation games into the psyche of players is not so easy anymore- traditional advertising has proven less and less viable […]

What if The Walking Dead Had an 8-Bit Game?

The Walking Dead has, no doubt, been a huge success for A&E, a surprise series considering the content this cable network usually releases.  Zombies were here to stay and the amount of support that A&E put behind The Walking Dead was obvious.  From the first episode that, for many viewers, went too far to the […]

VipEüt Asks What Would WipEout Look Like on Vectrex

Demakes, taking a newer game and porting it to an older console that is probably not powerful enough to run it, is popular in the retrogaming world.  We have seen things such as Halo 2600, Far Cry 4 for Sega Genesis/SNES and more over the years.  The Vectrex, a defunct console released by Milton Bradley, […]

Demake: Super Mario 64 for the Atari 2600, Yes You Read that Right

When Nintendo launched their 64-Bit beast of a console it was at an interesting time.  The competition were busying themselves with 32-Bit CPU’s and the games that came along with that level of graphical prowess.  Nintendo decided to not even bother with the 32-Bit generation and leap frog to the next logical plateau, 64-Bit.  Of […]

Demake- Far Cry 4 for Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis

Far Cry 4 mania is all over the modern gaming sites.  For the most part, everyone is at least enjoying this latest release in Ubi Soft’s First Person Shooter (FPS) series.  That doesn’t leave much for the retro gaming fans out there though, does it?  If you are Machinima Respawn on Youtube, you simply make […]

Bandit Gaming: Ikaruga Ported to the Texas Instruments TI-83 Graphing Calculator

Over 13 years ago when Treasure released Ikaruga to the world- well Japanese arcades and then the Sega Dreamcast- gamers were in awe of the graphics and challenge that Ikaruga posed.  Eventually the world got Ikaruga on the Nintendo Gamecube, Xbox Live and an enhanced version on Windows but what about those lowly retro systems […]

Demake: Doom on the Commodore Vic-20

Doom, the iconic First Person Shooter (FPS) has gotten around over the years. It has been ported to consoles such as SNES, 3DO, 32X and Playstation to name a few, to portables and mobile devices also. Now, thanks to some crafty indie developers, Doom has hit the Commodore Vic-20, a computer platform that surely no […]

Bandit Gaming: Faster Than Light Coming to Commodore 64

Demakes are a popular sub-genre of gaming and only growing as more and more people get into them. For the most part, many demakes which take a new game and fit onto a retro platform, are simply “proof of concept” releases- most are not actually games. Though there have been a few notable demakes that […]


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