The Retro Bit Generations is a great plug and play device but it is limited to the installed games. Until now. Learn how to hack it and add your own games – great for developers.
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Sega released the original Sonic 2 on the Sega Master System back in 1992–24 years ago. That is quite a while ago. Fans have seemingly clamored for more 2D Sonic the Hedgehog games over the years that followed. For short periods it seemed as if Sega was going to listen to fans and give them […]
Streets of Rage 2 is a fan favorite for the Sega Genesis and for good reason. Fans have created hacks that have brought in other characters like Scott Pilgrim and even fixed the censoring that Sega performed back in the day. The fun just keeps coming. Now, a fan has taken the original game, changed […]
Recently, Retro Gaming Magazine’s Colby Primeaux spoke to Dave Clark, the creator of Doctor Who on the NES to find out about the project, what fans can expect from the game and what Doctor Who has meant to him.
Tetris, a classic in any sense of the word, has been the subject of “games on buildings” before but it has never been played on MIT’s Green Building, home of the MIT Earth and Planetary Sciences Department. Until now. This has been made possible via multi-colored LED lights placed in the windowsill of the offices […]
Okay, sometimes when writing these articles I am slightly amazed at the subject. Sure, stuff like Doom for an ATM machine is “weird” and clearly in the “why bother” category but others, others make my jaw drop. That is the case we are seeing here, my jaw is on the floor at Netflix being ported […]
For some reason, gamers are big fishing fans- whether we want to admit it or not. The fishing part of any game that offers it from Link’s Awakening on the Game Boy to Ocarina of Time on the N64 gamers enjoy their fishing mini games. Flamewing over on ROMHacking.net has taken Sega’s Sonic the Hedgehog […]
We have recently covered similar SD card adapters for other platforms so it is only fitting to cover the Playstation version that is currently in the works by the talented team behind the “PSIO”. PSIO stands for Playstation Input/Output for those that don’t know and it could be out by the end of the year.
The Game Boy, and Game Boy Color, got a few games that made gamers go “huh” when they discovered them. One such title was the original Mortal Kombat which hit the salad green Game Boy, Nintendo even censored it just like the Super Nintendo version. Mortal Kombat was a popular one-on-one fighting game series in […]
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