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Emulation News: Nintendo Patents Game Boy Emulation on Other Platforms

Okay, this is a rather vague patent, much like most gaming related patents.  Basically, Nintendo has patented a method in which to emulate the Game Boy, presumably the DS line too, on platforms other than Nintendo bred units.  According to Tech Crunch this could include seat-back displays in planes and trains and even cell phones […]

Review: Metal Slug Defense on Android

SNK Playmore are opening up a bit with their games, proof being this one, Metal Slug Defense for Android and iOS. This is not the normal Metal Slug all-out action that gamers are used to but instead, the Metal Slug world retrofitted into a Tower Defense engine. The funny thing is, it works.

Review: Crazy Taxi on Android

When Sega released the Dreamcast almost 15 years ago, it was a revolutionary system, just gamers weren’t all that interested in supporting Sega after the way the Saturn was turned to pasture.  During the short life of the Dreamcast there were more than a few iconic games released, one of which was a port of […]

Review: Carmageddon on Android

First up, a little history about my experience with Carmageddon. I have been playing since this game first came out on PC oh-so-many years ago. In fact I pre-ordered it at my local Electronics Boutique and picked it up ASAP upon release. This game was one that made me proud to own a PC, not […]

Review: Swordigo on Android Using the JXD S7300 (Zelda, Popful Mail Fans Here You Go)

To look back on the history of gaming and pick the games that were game changers or should have been is easy. For instance, looking back, Popful Mail should have been more popular than it was. Portions of Zelda II was an earlier variation on this 2D side scrolling action role playing game formula. Now, […]

App Update: Sega 32X Collector Adds Features

Retro gaming is quite easy to get lost in, even for seasoned fans.  Hugues Johnson, co-host of The Retro League podcast, has created several Android apps that help retro gaming fans keep track of what they have, what they want and what is needed to complete a collection.  One such app, Sega 32X Collector, now […]


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