Drivers, start your engines! Today in Retro Gaming, we celebrate the fifteenth anniversary of Rally Cross 2′s release in the UK. Off-roading racers were few and far between in the days of the original PlayStation, making this 1999 sequel from 989 Studios a bit more interesting than your average track burner.
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Indie and homebrew developers are keeping dead systems alive and kicking with a regular click of releases lately. Roll Boss Rush is no different, just this game is available on the original Playstation. Roll Boss Rush has been in development since 2012 and is finally completed. Mega Man fans will want to check out this […]
Since we have a lot of Spanish speaking fans here at Retro Gaming Magazine, we are going to test the waters with news tailored for you. News such as this, Mega Man 8 is available in Spanish.
Prototypes for Nintendo and Genesis games are quite popular but what about for the original Playstation? While there are not as many found and released, they do tend to pop up from time to time. Recently a prototype for Jet Moto 2124 was found and released by game preservationists at JetMotoCentral.
It is no secret that Japanese exclusives are interesting to the staff of Retro Gaming Magazine, and judging from the response, the same can be said for our readers. MonkeyPaw Games apparently feels the same way as they are launching Retro Rush on the Playstation Network, starting tomorrow and featuring six formerly Japan only titles […]
Back in the day, Microsoft had it kind of tough getting original titles on their Xbox system. Some companies showed support while hold certain games back for whatever reason. Viewtiful Joe 2 is one of those titles that snubbed the console from Seattle. Previously released on the Nintendo Gamecube, Viewtiful Joe 2 made his debut […]
When Sony launched the Playstation One (back when it was simply Playstation) they had a hell of a challenge ahead of them. Sega was coming off of a series of failed add-ons for their first succesful console, the Sega Genesis, and Nintendo was touting “SGI this” and “SGI that” where ever they could. Sony was […]
We are big Tomb Raider fans here at Retro Gaming Magazine, and why not? What other lady in gaming has kicked so much butt and done so much cool stuff? Certainly not Princess Peach/Toadstool, all she could do is get kidnapped and hauled away to some far off place only to wait for Mario to […]
Believe it or not, back in the day arcades were a big thing. For years, it was generally held that if you wanted that arcade experienece at home you got a NES. That was till Sega released the Sega Genesis in North America along with a slew of arcade titles that were closer to the […]
Tomb Raider is one of those games that came along during a magical time of gaming, the transition from 16-bit to 32-bit. A time when developers were trying to show off new styles of games that the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis. At first the games were pretty blocky polygonal messes on the new, for […]
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