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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 […]

8Bit Music Power Book & CD Translated to English

Back in February 2016, 8Bit Music Power was released in Japan on the Nintendo Famicom (known as the Nintendo Entertainment System in the West). This was an original album of chiptunes on Nintendo’s 8-bit games console, housed in authentic plastic shell and cardboard packaging. And with a limited release of 1,000 copies, not many people […]

Nintendo Releases Mario Paint the Most Violent SNES Game Ever – Today in Retro Gaming – August 1st, 1992

Nintendo are very careful about what accessories they release for their consoles.  The NES and Super Nintendo were no different.  That is why it was so interesting when Nintendo released Mario Paint.  With a mouse.  For many this was a fun excursion on a console while computer users yawned at what was on offer here.  […]

Voorhees Stomp: The 8-Bit Video Hit

Happy Halloween, retro maniacs! You’ve likely not heard of Videogram before. That’s OK, we hadn’t either. But they’re making one hell of a splash in both the gaming and music scenes thanks to the video for their single “Voorhees Stomp,” which incorporates graphics from the notorious Friday the 13th NES game coded by Rare and […]

Guile’s Theme Goes with Vinyl and CD as Street Fighter II Music Hits Retro Music Formats

Music has been one area of gaming that is sometimes overlooked.  From the days of the Atari 2600 to recent times, gaming music is not the recipient of nearly the budget that graphics receives.  Gaming music is still integral to the way gamers feel about a game, mostly in a subtle subconscious manner, music sets […]

Revenge of the License: Peter Gabriel’s Eve

Happy Sunday, regular consumers of Retro Gaming Magazine! Today, just for you, we present the easiest way to win obscene amounts of cash via pretentious, music-loving hipster. First: find a pretentious music-loving hipster at your local watering hole; if you can’t find one at the first place you hit, don’t give up! Travel to the […]

Album: OverClocked Remix Releases Special Album Celebrating Game Boy 25th Anniversary

Okay, we missed the 25th anniversary here in North America (it was yesterday) but OverClocked Remix didn’t miss that milestone anniversary. OverClocked Remix is not a new team to the world, they started in 1999, 15 years ago, and have created many great gaming related albums over those years.


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