If you are new to Retro Gaming Magazine then you probably have missed our previous coverage of “Project Y” by WaterMelon Games. This was an often teased, but not much shown, brawler that has been in development for over four years now. Now, over that period we have seen some major claims laid at the […]
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Late last year we covered this little game called Unholy Night. For those that do not know, or don’t want to click that link and read up on it, this is a new Super Nintendo (Super Famicom in Japan) fighting game. Similar to classics such as Fatal Fury and Street Fighter II, Unholy Night is […]
A new Super Nintendo fighting game called Unholy Night was shown at the 2016 Hong Kong Vintage Game Expo. Check it out.
Special interview with the team behind Coffee Crisis, the new Sega Genesis brawler.
The Sega Genesis was always the “second run” console when it came to ports from other platforms. This happened nearly all the time throughout the life of Sega’s 16-Bit console. One time in the history of the console, Sega did come out ahead concerning a port. That was Mortal Kombat and only because Nintendo heavily […]
Brawlers are a lost art in today’s world. That is a simple, cold hard, fact. For some reason the scrolling fighter genre has fallen on hard times. I come from a period of gaming when Streets of Rage, Final Fight, Rival Turf, and River City Ransom ruled the roost. With Coffee Crisis I can see […]
Where were you on October 8th in 1992? More than likely, if you were an arcade gamer, you were amongst other fans crowded around this new one on one fighting game called Mortal Kombat. What set Mortal Kombat apart from the competition? What made gamers HAVE to put in quarters to be the next one […]
Sega was riding high during the 16-Bit days when they were able to finally break into the mainstream with the Sega Genesis console. There truly were some classics released for this defunct console. Sonic the Hedgehog debuted here, Alex Kidd stepped up his game from the Master System days, Vectorman kicked butt through two games […]
Batman Forever Proves Digitized Graphics Aren’t Always Best – Today in Retro Gaming – September 4th 1995
With the popularity of titles like Mortal Kombat it was only a matter of time before we got a fully digitized brawler. Acclaim was fine with doing just that for fans of the movie Batman Forever (there were some, right?) on the Sega Genesis and the Game Gear- both of which were released today in […]
Brawlers are a standard in gaming that is sorely missing in today’s gaming world. Sure, there are the occasional fighting game that is not a one on one affair but it is not often and it is not marketed right. This leads the publisher to declaring the genre a waste of money or dead. Radical […]
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