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Star Cruiser Receives English Translation by Fans for Sega Genesis Console

Star Cruiser was one of those unreleased games that was featured prominently in gaming magazines back in the day like Electronic Gaming Monthly.  Fans were excited because this was one of those titles that was quite impossible on the previous 8-Bit consoles such as the Nintendo Entertainment System.  I believe it was linked to Namco […]

Konami Mining Classic Titles for Real Money Gaming

As far as SHMUPs go, few are considered true classics of the genre as much as Centipede. Since it arrived in arcades in 1980, it’s been ported, cloned, and remade numerous times. The game even played a special role in the Adam Sandler snoozefest Pixels.

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 […]

New Game: Wonder Boy to Make Return to Gaming in 2015

The Wonder Boy, and Monster World, games are a cherished piece of gaming that retrogaming fans know all too well.  This is a series that has a storied history with Sega, Hudson and a few other key players.  The problem with this series is that it is confusing as all get out (Wonder Boy V: […]

Another World: The Movie Released by Fans in Poland

It is no secret that Out of This World/Another World was a unique game. The creative use of polygons helped convey a very cinematic feel that was simply not matched by any other games at the time, arguably since. Why it has taken so long for anyone to make a short film based on this […]

Virtua Fighter brings Fighting to 3D Polygon Games: Today in History- May 11th, 1995

Fighting games were, and arguably still are, all the craze in the 90’s. This spurred many companies into dipping their toes into this genre that arcade locations loved to death, if the game in question had “Street” and “Fighter” in the name or at least “Mortal Kombat” in some form. Sega entered this genre years […]


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