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Strange Games from the East: Battle Stadium D.O.N

Who would win in a battle between Naruto, Luffy, and Goku? Will it be the host of the demonic Nine-Tailed Fox? Perhaps the future king of the pirates? Or maybe it shall be the world renowned martial artist Goku? You can find out in Battle Stadium D.O.N. for GameCube and PlayStation 2. Released in 2006 […]

Pokemon Red

Nintendo Gives Game Boy Players Pokemon Red & Blue – Today in Retro Gaming – September 28th, 1998

When Nintendo brought over the Pokemon franchise it is unclear if they knew it would have been as big a success in the North American market or not.  Sure, now we can look back and say they did everything right and reaped the success from it.  While many players raised all kinds of trouble, at […]

Nintendo Ends Fun for 600+ Indie Fan Games and Fans

Nintendo has been on a rampage against their fans lately.  Awhile back they took on the Youtube crowd by blocking ad revenue sharing on Nintendo owned games being played.  Then more recently they took down Project AM2R and the Pokemon game and the Nintendo Power issues on Archive.org just to name a few things.  Now, […]

Sega Dreamcast Visual Memory Unit Receiving Pokemon GO Port

Okay, who amongst you reading this remembers the Sega Dreamcast Visual Memory Unit (VMU)?  For those that do not remember, it was a removable memory card for the Sega Dreamcast console which doubled as a small gaming on the go device.  Since the VMU had a screen, controls and a couple of action buttons, it […]

Pokémon special: Gold/Silver/Crystal

Hey guys! How are you all? Well, after a fairly long time, I bring you the second part of this special. In this part, we shall cover generation 2 of pokémon. Well then, let’s get started!

Four Things Nintendo Has Done Against Their Fans August 2016 Edition

Nintendo is a company that is able to play both sides of the fence.  Somewhat like Metallica and the whole Napster and “suing fans” angle the press ran with, but Nintendo stops at actually taking things to court.  Nintendo is more of a fan of the “silent” aggression as they protect their intellectual properties.  Even […]

Nintendo Takes Down Pokemon Uranium Hosting, Underground Options Explode

Nintendo’s legal department are being kept quite busy lately.  From taking down nearly three decade old gaming magazines to crushing the dreams of fans, Nintendo is on a roll lately.  This includes another fan dream crushing move- taking down the Pokemon Uranium hosting. I covered the launch of this one here on Retro Gaming Magazine […]

Pokemon Uranium Fan Game Released, Get It While You Can

While Nintendo have stepped up and protected their Metroid trademark and copyrights that has not stopped fans from continuing their own versions of Nintendo properties.  One such fan version of a popular Nintendo property is Pokemon Uranium, just released for Windows computers.  The question is, how long before Nintendo shuts this one down too?  While […]

Pokémon GO Fuelling Collector Frenzy?

So, I was browsing through ebay’s Game Boy carts (as collectors do!) and noticed that there’s a lot of original Red, Blue and Yellow Pokémon games that have sold for more than a few hundred pounds recently. I guess the popularity of Pokémon GO could be fueling high collector prices as people try to recapture […]

Pokémon special: Pokémon Red/Blue/Yellow

Hey guys! How are you all? I hope you are doing great. With all this Pokémon Go hype, I thought that maybe we should make a little tour. Tour that will commence in the first gen, and will end in the fourth one. But, well, let’s begin with this first article!


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