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Top 3 Import Games (Top 3 Tuesday)

Once more into the trenches, fellow Retromaniacs! This week, the studlier, more ruggedly handsome, infinitely cooler Michael (aka MichaelBtheGameGenie) raised a new topic which requires our input. Today’s video, which you should absolutely go and watch before you get any further into this column, requests his legions to choose and explain their Top 3 Import […]

Import Review: Xenosaga I+II (DS)

Xenogears is my favorite game of all-time, and I was also a huge fan of the spiritual successor on the PS2, Xenosaga. So when I heard that Monolith Soft was developing a DS port of the first two games, I was pretty excited. That enthusiasm was also mixed with a bit of confusion, because I […]

Best Import Turbo Grafx-16 Games You Need

In preparation of the 27th anniversary of the Turbo Grafx-16 being released in North America (the 19th for anyone wondering) we have been celebrating in a few ways.  One way was showing how valuable Turbo Grafx-16 and PC Engine games are.  Another was listing the 10 best Turbo Grafx-16 games we saw released here in […]

Review- Ninja Savior Brings Mobile Jumping Game to MSX Computer

There is a trend in homebrew development that involves taking modern ideas and making games for classic platforms.  We have seen this most prominently with Bejeweled style games being released on Game Boy Advance and other platforms.  With Ninja Savior we see another mobile game style being released for a classic platform.  The MSX computer […]

Import Review – Aleste Sega Game Gear

Compile certainly knew how to make a scrolling shooter.  They created the Aleste series in Japan.  Some their titles were ported over to North America’s Sega Genesis and Sega CD.  We got M.U.S.H.A. (who remembers what that stands for?) and we got Robo Aleste here on Sega CD to name a couple.  One title that we […]

Fan Translation: Konami Wai Wai World Now Available

This article was originally made available on Gaming on Nintendo on June 1st, 2013- This is our first Bandit Gaming here on Gaming on Nintendo, something we have been waiting for awhile to debut. We needed a cool game to do that though, something worthy of the inaugeral article in this area and we finally […]

Fan Translation: Wizardry Gaiden: Suffering of the Queen for Game Boy Now in English

Nintendo can probably safely say that their Game Boy, the original salad green screened one, ran without opposition because it decimated everything that was put against it. One reason for this success was the fact that Nintendo was able to get a plethora of games across many genres to market which pushed more sales of […]


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