Sports games are all the rage and highly advanced these days, but back in 1991 they were basic to say the least. With the lack of worldwide recognition of Australian Rules Football 25 years ago, it seems surprising to think that Beam Software decided to bring the national sport of Australia to the Nintendo Entertainment […]
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We all have that one friend. The friend who has a Sega instead of a Nintendo or a Colecovision instead of an Atari. This friend tends to lean towards the obscure and likes to talk about “alternative” versions of mainstream titles. Deciding on which game to play with this friend can be a total pain […]
Sir Ababol has appeared on many systems over the years, initially being released on the ZX Spectrum in 2010, quickly followed by an Amstrad CPC version, then the Commodore 64 in 2012, and finally on the NES in 2013. Fast forward to 2017 and the Mojon Twins have updated their NES game and have made […]
If you ask fans of Disney licensed games about the better releases on the Nintendo Entertainment System you will probably hear Duck Tales at least once. Probably even the second game (though the first games moon level music is quite iconic). One problem both Duck Tales games had was that one player limitation. Now fans […]
There has been a bit of a resurgence lately to return to the Metroid series’ 2D action-adventure roots, what with the unofficial Another Metroid 2 Remake on Windows–which was released last year to great response–and now we have Metroid: Rogue Dawn, an unofficial prequel to the original NES title. However, it remains to be seen […]
The weekend is a time to wind down. A time to reflect on all the happenings in the retrogaming scene. At time to revisit the week’s main news, previews, reviews, retrospectives, and updates. This week, we spoke with the founder of the Retro.HK retrogaming convention, we checked out the latest news (Super Mario Run, Kraut […]
Sakigake!! Otokojuku: Shippuu Ichi Gou Sei is now available in English. If you have ever wanted to experience life in a juvenile facility look elsewhere because this is all about brawling – punching and kicking.
The Oliver Twins bring their unreleased Nintendo NES game, Dreamworld Pogie to Kickstarter to finally release a cartridge. The ROM is legally available to try out before you pledge.
Back in the 8-Bit days of gaming there were a few timeless franchises. Super Mario Bros, Castlevania, Contra, Gradius (see a pattern yet?) and of course Blaster Master. While we can forget Konami updating anything they own (they own the entire Hudson Soft library including TG-16 stuff) we can count on the people behind one […]
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