One of the most rewarding things about my job here at RGM is putting a game that has no business being in anyone’s library into the system, pressing power, and sharing the stupid with all of you. Over the years I’ve defiled my PlayStation with Hooters Road Trip and Simpsons Wrestling, subjected my PC to […]
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Eternal Champions Takes Fighting Games Through Time Travel Extravaganza on Sega Genesis – Today in Retro Gaming – December 11th, 1993
Sega’s answer to the Street Fighter II fighting game craze was a time traveling romp called Eternal Champions. Released on both Sega CD and Sega Genesis, the former is the better version.
Special interview with the team behind Coffee Crisis, the new Sega Genesis brawler.
Tanglewood, a new original game for the SEGA Genesis (or Mega Drive, as it is known outside North America), has been in development for some time: we reported on the game’s early development on November 14, 2015. Well, the game has now reached a stage that the developers, Big Evil Corporation, feel that it is […]
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 […]
It is no secret that Nintendo themselves are releasing the Nintendo NES Classic Mini (previewed here). Nintendo is making sure that this is a closed system and not one that will feature user augmentation of any kind – no SD card support, no cartridge support and no USB options. Nothing other than the included games. […]
The classic Adventure on the Atari 2600 was one of those games that you either loved or hated. For many they loved it. It was so different from what was available for the Atari, or any console, back then. For me, I was too young to enjoy it early on so I was not aware […]
Brazil Receives Sega Mega Drive Duke Nukem 3D Exclusively – Today in Retro Gaming – October 13th, 1998
When you think of South America and video games you probably come up blank. If you live in Brazil though you will probably know that there is still a very much alive, and thriving, community of gamers from the 16-Bit era. Due to costs of importing electronics gamers that live in Brazil have learned to […]
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