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Doom on Nintendo Switch Sells Less than 100k Units in First Week of Retail

The Nintendo Switch is not yet a year old, but we are already seeing lower numbers for third party games. Case in point, Doom from Bethesda Softworks reportedly sold less than 100,000 units in its first week at retail. Does this signal something about the Nintendo Switch that everyone is ignoring or is it just […]

Doom Mod Brings Modern Features to Classic FPS

Anyone that has been playing video games since the days of the original Doom know things have changed. A Lot. What was once common place, and free, is now locked behind a paywall of some sort. Expansion packs always cost, though there are some companies that gave those away as well. Up until we saw […]

Doom Returns to Handheld Gaming via the Nintendo Switch

It’s official. Doom is coming to the Nintendo Switch just in time for the holiday season.

Sega 32X Running on Nintendo NES Classic Mini Console

Okay, the Nintendo Classic Mini is getting more and more interesting. Hackers recently figured out how to add more games which was cool. Then we saw hackers showing off how to get even more games on the thing (shattering previously thought limitations of memory). Now we have a video of the Nintendo NES Classic Mini […]

Wacky Wednesday: The “Doom”ed Trilobyte

Prior to the 1990s, people looked at the IBM PC as a joke of a gaming machine. Long diskette load times, clunky processor speeds, and a choice of CGA or EGA graphics were no match for the fast-moving sprites of the NES or arcade-quality graphics of the Sega Genesis. But 1990 saw the release of […]

5 Games that are Too Much Game for the Hardware

Gaming has always been about pushing the boundaries of the hardware.  Whether it was 3D on the Sega Saturn or too many sprites on screen at one time in Gradius III on the Super Nintendo, developers have consistently pushed the envelope.  Sometimes these are awesome games such as Star Fox on SNES but other times they […]

Revenge of the License: Board Games

The most obvious shortcut you can take as a game developer is to make a game out of something that is already a game. Chess programs have been used to sell people on the idea of home computers since the 1970s, every version of Windows has shipped with Solitaire built right in, and casino games […]

The Five Most Badass Retro Game Cheat Codes

We’re not telling you to wreck a good relationship or risk expulsion from school, but under the right circumstances cheating can feel so damn good. By ‘under the right circumstances’ we mean ‘when playing retro games’ because, duh, we’re Retro Gaming Magazine. While there’s something to be said for plugging in a Game Shark or […]

Loaded Gives Gamers Top Down Doom on Playstation – Today in History – December 12th, 1995

20 years ago gamers that took a chance on the original Playstation got access to a treat called Loaded.  Interplay probably took a large chance on this one as it is a completely new intellectual property.  Couple that with the “newness” of the Playstation (Sony’s first console) and it is quite a gamble.  Gamers that […]

5 New Ways to go to Hell with Doom

Doom is an iconic game, one that arguably kept PC gaming alive in the early to mid 90’s as the previous mainstay (point and click adventures) started finding their ilk was no longer wanted by gamers. Sales were slumping in most genres as consoles such as the Super Nintendo really started kicking butt and the […]

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