Remember Pokemon Puzzle League, Tetris Attack, etc from days gone by (circa late 1990′s)? I was dreadfully hooked on those games for a long time and enjoyed playing each new iteration as I could get it. Rikku2000, of http://u-ac.net, obviously was a fan too as he has released V1.1 of his game, TailTale for the […]
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When I first started playing Cave Story on PSP, I didn’t “get it”, I thought it was rediculous- pushing DOWN to enter doors, really? Then after I got over my problems with a few design choices like that, I became the recipient of what I have come to call my latest digital addiction. Playing into […]
This post was originally published on Gaming on Nintendo on September 22nd, 2013: When gaming was still coming out of the ether and trying to figure out what it is really all about (this is after an initial failure in the mid 1980′s). Gaming was unique back then, we didn’t have billion dollar sellers, we […]
Recently we reported on Rick Dangerous coming to the Super Nintendo. We just found out this game will not be making it to the classic Nintendo console. Via Twitter directly from Piko Interactive has been denied licensing of the rights to Rick Dangerous. Square Enix owns the rights to Rick Dangerous and has expressed no […]
Rick Dangerous, a Core Design original property for computers in the late 80′s, is getting an unofficial port to the Super Nintendo system. Rick Dangerous is known for his difficult spelunking antics and could be thought of as the precurser to the Tomb Raider series. Having reached many other platforms including Sega Genesis and the […]
The first racing game from Konami, Road Fighter, was an arcade “hit” that was not that popular on home consoles. A Korean version has been found for the Sega Master System, believed to be an unlicensed game ported from the MSX release. Thanks to an online preservation website, Road Fighter for the Sega Master System […]
Other than Mighty Final Fight, there was no Final Fight game released for the original Nintendo Entertainment System, at least officially. Fans have created a version of Final Fight 3 for the NES, unofficially, why the series was not started with the first is unknown but this game is interesting nonetheless.
Capcom was an earnest Nintendo licensee from the get-go, not jumping ship till well into the life of the Super Nintendo, later than many other gaming companies. They did license out some of their arcade games though, rather than releasing them on competing hardware themselves (something Konami didn’t do for years). Most of these licensed […]
It is a gaming fact that Mario and the Super Mario Bros series never got released on the competing Sega Genesis. Why would Nintendo do that? Game hackers, indie programmers, whatever, have done just that though, ported Super Mario Bros 1 to the Sega Genesis and the results are impressive, to say the least.
While this is nothing new, it is still quite impressive to see Star Fox running on the Sega Genesis, without additional hardware to assist with calculations. This being done by a fan is even more impressive and just boggles the mind at what could have been done by people with official dev kits, more experience […]
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