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Link’s Awakening Re-Imagined Using Ocarina of Time on Nintendo 64

When we hear about a cool mod or hack it is more often than not simply a character swap or something.  Sega’s Streets of Rage 2 is a popular subject of fan mods (we have covered more than a few here).  What about the other side of hacks and mods though, the side where the […]

Review: Castle of Shadows on Android

Action titles involving the undead, usually a vampire of some sort, are a dime a dozen.  Ones that are actually good are rarer though.  Castle of Shadows by Playphone Inc, runs the gamut of mediocrity for storys- literally one sentence that mentions something about

Review: Lode Runner X on Android

Bandit Gaming is a term we use to describe games that are not endorsed by the publisher in some form.  This could be a port to a new platform, add-ons etc.  Basically, games featured under this banner are unofficial in some manner, for instance here, Lode Runner X is not officially supported on the JXD […]

Three Titles That Should Have Been Launch Titles on Nintendo’s 3DS

This article was originally made available on Gaming on Nintendo on June 1st, 2013- Rather than doing the boring same old top five games of this general persuasion, which is quite boring and unimaginative, I’ve decided to do a special three list of titles that Nintendo really should had as launch titles on the 3DS, […]

Bandit Gaming: Resident Evil 2 GBA Tech Demo Released

This article was made available on Gaming on Nintendo on June 29th, 2013- While many gamers are aware of the Resident Evil game that was headed to the Game Boy Color, how many know that there was a company in Italy that took it upon themselves to port Resident Evil 2 to the Game Boy […]

Kirby Tilt ‘n’ Tumble Invents “Waggle” Controls: Today in History- April 9th, 2001

Most gamers are not interested in “waggle” controls- the act of flinging or flailing around to produce action in a game. This form of gaming control was popularized by the Nintendo Wii and also on platforms such as iOS and Android. Waggle is much older than those platforms though, Nintendo was incorporating it in games […]

New Game: Steel Empire 3DS

The Nintendo 3DS is becoming the hand held to own for retro fans thanks greatly to the Virtual Console. Updates of the classics is a solid business strategy that some companies are taking advantage of, such as Starfish SD and their publishing of Mebius Games’ update of Steel Empire.

Fan Translation: Wizardry Gaiden II: Curse of the Ancient Emperor for the Game Boy Now Available

The first Wizardry title on the Game Boy has already been translated and now the second title in this series has made the leap across languages thanks to fans. In Japan this title is called Wizardry Gaiden 2 – Kodai Koutei no Nor for anyone interested in following the naming scheme on both sides of […]

Unreleased: Overstorm for the Game Boy Advance Found

Usually when an unreleased game is found, one of a couple of things occur. Most often it is found by a preservation team that has acquired it and plans on releasing it. Sometimes it is just a video of a title and that is all anyone knows. Then, more rarely, the original developers find an […]

Hack Slash Loot Coming to the Atari Lynx

The Atari Lynx was one of the systems to die at the feet of the venerable Nintendo Game Boy (as chronicled here). The Lynx was released during a time that Atari was coming off the slow demise of the Atari 7800 (another system they handled extremely badly). This should have left Atari open to focus […]


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