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Kingdom Hearts Mixes Disney with Square Enix on Playstation 2 – Today in Retro Gaming – September 16th, 2002

When I first heard about Kingdom Hearts I was a little dismayed.  I was, still am, a big Disney fan but I was coming out of the whole “Square rocks” phase of my gaming life.  I was interested in seeing what they did with, what was basically, a blanket Disney license like this (it surely […]

5 Disney 16-Bit Games We Want Re-Released That Don’t Star Mickey Mouse

It is no secret that recently Disney re-released three classics on to the popular GOG.com service.  That is great news and just got me to thinking about what other Disney games from the 16-Bit days that need to be re-released.  It took a bit of work but here is my list.  I already covered the […]

Disney Releases Jungle Book, Aladdin and Lion King on PC

Disney games during the 16-Bit era were some of the best games you could purchase, outside of something with Mario in the title.  It was just accepted fact that Disney was quality gaming back then.  The games were, mostly, licensed by competent companies that were not scared to put honest to goodness work into making […]

Great Circus Mystery Gets Magical on Sega Genesis – Today in Retro Gaming – June 2nd 1994

When you think back to the 16-Bit era, what is it that stands out to you the most?  Is it the plethora of original titles that fans got?  Is it the many quality licensed games that were released?  For me, on days like this, I have to go with the second one.  The Great Circus […]

Donald Steps His Game Up in Quackshot – Today in History – December 19th, 1991

Okay, Nintendo was riding high on the success of Ducktales thanks to Capcom.  Great.  What did Sega have for their fans though?  Remember, this is a good year before Sonic would make his debut and save Sega.  Sega was savvy at licensing vital properties and their eye hit pay dirt with Disney.  Much like other […]

From Cartoon to Game 2 of 6- The Raccoons

This is a personal favorite of mine, it is a niche title that most reading this will probably not know about. For those that do not know about The Raccoons, you need to check it out below. The show follows Bert Raccoon and his antics in the forest. Bert is not alone in the forest, […]

Disney Done Right on Sega Genesis

Disney games are some of the most popular with publishers, nearly as valuable to a game publisher as the coveted hit movie license.  During the heyday of the 16-Bit generation there was more than just a slight competition going on for your platform to have the best Disney games.  Sega, Capcom, Sony, Virgin and others […]

Who Built the Better 16-Bit Mickey Mouse Trap? 

For the sake of fairness here I am going to keep this comparison discussion squarely in the 16-Bit era of gaming.  That means we won’t be comparing the Game Boy, Game Gear, Nintendo Entertainment System or Sega Master System versions of the Mickey Mouse games.  Sure, there were plenty on those platforms, most by Capcom […]

Bandit Gaming: Dragon’s Lair Laserdisc Ported to Commodore 64

The Commodore 64 is a computer that is close to my heart as a gamer.  I had other computers prior to it, I also had gaming consoles around but none were as cool as the C64.  From playing Alternate Reality: The Dungeon to playing Temple of Apshai and Sword of Fargaol on it, I had […]

Disney Magic Hits the Super Nintendo with The Magical Quest starring Mickey Mouse – Today in History – December 23rd, 1992

Ah the tale of Mickey Mouse versus big bad Pete is a story that is pretty timeless, one that has gone on for decades (longer than Mario and Bowser by a long shot).  Disney are a protective lot, not just anyone with the dough can make a Disney game, or at least it used to […]


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