Anyone that has read my work, at least gaming stuff, for any length of time knows I am a huge fan of scrolling brawlers. Games like Streets of Rage, Final Fight, etc. Those are my “go to games”. I recently found out that Piko Interactive have launched a new IndieGoGo campaign for two of their […]
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The rarely-seen but often talked (or complained) about Sinclair ZX Spectrum Vega+ was spotted in the wild at the weekend by a Retro Gaming Magazine contributor. The controversial console, which has been subject to extended production delays and much legal wrangling since company directors fell out in a major split last year was seen – […]
The development of the crowd-funded ZX Spectrum Vega+ has been, to say the least, troubled but recent updates from Retro Computers Ltd appear to give a new hope to its backers and to fans of the beloved 8-bit computer.
I previously reported upon the problems that Retro Computers Ltd were having regarding the ZX Spectrum Vega+ handheld. Retro Computers Ltd had problems with this for months. They initially said to backers that they would be trying to get the machine out during the Summer of 2016. However, this timeline came and went. I reported […]
The RetroEngine Sigma has broken through a major plateau in funding on IndieGoGo to bring 15 officially licensed retro games to fans.
Remember the success of the Ouya? It was a Kickstarter success story that people like me are still bringing up. It was that big of a deal. At least the Kickstarter side of things was a big deal, after launch not so much. RetroEngine Sigma is looking to do something similar but not as ambitious […]
The ZX was a haven for sports games in the eighties, with everything from football and motor racing to bowls and kung fu getting the video game treatment. A few of them, such as Daley Thompson’s Decathlon (and all its button-mashing goodness) never left the public consciousness but the majority never came close to immortality. […]
This is a special opportunity to discuss what transpired during an integral part of the development of the RETRO Video Game System (now known as the Coleco Chameleon) by RETRO Video Game Systems Inc. It is clear that Mike Kennedy is the primary owner, as far as we know, of RETRO Video Game Systems Inc, […]
Crowdfunding services can bring out the unique projects- those that would probably never see the light of day otherwise. We see this with potential movie producers, game developers, musicians and even gaming consoles. The Coleco Chameleon is an attempt to launch a new video game console that is allegedly pointed at the “retro” community as […]
Since it is all the rage to lead articles with misleading titles (see my discussion on the Coleco Chameleon situation) I figured why not. Technically that headline is not wrong. Sega COULD publish more games for the Dreamcast, it doesn’t give a definite time- it is open ended in more ways than one. If Carrington […]
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