The MSX2 is a gaming computer that we never received here in the United States. Many of the titles that we later cherished though had great outings on this gaming computer, Metal Gear 1 and 2 being just a couple of the big releases, at least later in gaming history. We covered the fan translation […]
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Fatal Fury Special Borrows Many Ideas from Super Street Fighter II – Today in History – April 1st, 1995
When Capcom finally released Super Street Fighter II it was a great day for a lot of fighting game fans. Additions to the basic game included player access to the four, previously computer controlled only, boss characters and more moves for everyone. There were additional characters not previously seen in the game appear to take […]
After Burner II Allows You to Pilot Your F-14 Tomcat through the Unfriendly Skies on the Sega Genesis – Today in History – March 22nd 1990
Sega’s Genesis was known for the arcade ports. From Midnight Resistance to the Altered Beast and countless others, Sega knew they had an uphill battle. Going with the arcade ports was smart for the 16-Bit era and it could have carried them well into the 32-Bit era had they done it right. That is Sega’s […]
The Mattel Intellivision was quite the unique console, it was not all that well received by the fans of the time but #retrogaming fans are reviving it on a regular basis. One such revival for the Mattel Intellivision is a new release for a game that Atari had a hold on, Boulder Dash. Thanks to […]
Okay, sometimes when writing these articles I am slightly amazed at the subject. Sure, stuff like Doom for an ATM machine is “weird” and clearly in the “why bother” category but others, others make my jaw drop. That is the case we are seeing here, my jaw is on the floor at Netflix being ported […]
Markus Hohmann, has just released a Youtube preview of his upcoming Amstrad CPC game remake of “Prohibition”. The game originally made for arcade machines, in 1986 by Taito Corp, was called Empire City 1931 and was later ported to home computers under the name of Prohibition.
Not another top 10 list you moan, I’ve seen them all before you say. Others will be moaning a top 10 list is not practical you really need a top 20. Well stop your moaning, why? Because I said so and because here is, the Amstrad CPC’s best arcade game conversions and they’re just as […]
That is a convoluted title, for sure, but it is true. A port of Street Fighter II Champion Edition, called Hyper Fighting, for the Nintendo Virtual Boy has been found in the wild. We are talking complete here folks- box, manual and cartridge, for the Virtual Boy. Video and pics after the jump.
Uwol the Quest for Money has hit most of the major retrogaming platforms from the Sega Genesis to the Super Nintendo. Now, thanks to Atari Age member Alekmaul, Uwol is coming to the Colecovision platform. This will mark yet another Colecovision cartridge release planned for 2015, which is quickly turning into a potentially expensive year […]
Pac-Man had to go solo, single, on the Mattel Intellivision since his wife, Ms. Pac-Man was unable to make the jump. That has not stopped homebrew developers from helping out the Misses. Carl Mueller Jr has taken up the reigns of porting Ms. Pac-Man over and, well, check out the video after the jump to […]