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Sega Saturn Policenauts English Fan Translation Released

In issue #2 of our magazine we covered fan translations and digital comics.  We of course placed artwork from Snatcher on the cover.  In that issue was an exclusive interview with Artemio Urbina of Policenauts.net and featured Snatcher (among other digital comics and fan translations).  Well, today I am proud to write up this article […]

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Ghosts n Goblins Amstrad GX4000 Port Debuts, Work in Progress

Back in the late 1980’s there was this thing gamers visited on a regular basis.  Arcades.  In those mystical buildings, sometimes just rooms inside, were collections of some of the best games you could want to play at the time.  One such game was Ghosts n Goblins by Capcom.  This was a nail bitingly intense […]

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VN32X Brings Visual Novel Games to Sega 32X Console

The Sega 32X died a rather quick death in terms of video games are concerned.  There simply were not a lot of games released for the Sega 32X console.  Sega tried.  They really did.  We got stuff like Star Wars Arcade and even a Knuckles Chaotix game that showed the add-on could do really good […]

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Turbo Grafx-16 Thank You for Trying – Today in Retro Gaming – August 19th, 1989

When NEC announced the Turbo Grafx-16 the press was abuzz with anticipation.  Up till this point in recent years it was clearly Nintendo holding the power of gaming in their hands.  Sega was just a meddling second placer fighting it out with Atari and their 7800 console (it was not much of a fight at […]

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Raiden Legacy Jumps to Steam, Still Missing Raiden II

Raiden is an overhead shooter that should require absolutely no introduction to gamers.  For the most part, it doesn’t.  There are a few, though, that don’t know about this iconic series.  One of the most challenging scrolling shooters of days gone by is here with several sequels.  Just they forgot one key sequel or this […]

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Volgarr the Viking Ported to Sega Dreamcast, Released for Free with Permission

Volgarr the Viking is a newer 2D side scrolling action adventure for Microsoft’s Xbox and Steam, well it was released almost a year ago but that is still newer than Rygar or Ghouls n Ghosts, right?  I mention those two classics because it is quite clear that Volgarr the Viking is taking, at least, visual […]

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Alice Dreams Tournament is a New Dreamcast Game that will Blow you up

Thanks to SS_Shooter, in the comments below, I stand corrected- the Sega Dreamcast did receive an official Bomberman game.  Please disregard the opening sentence that has been stricken out. Bomberman fans will likely remember that the Sega Dreamcast never received an official version of that classic, nor a homebrew variation.  Sure, you could load up a […]

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Why Robowarrior is More Survival Horror than Resident Evil

When Capcom released Resident Evil for the Sony Playstation everyone was cheering this new “survival horror” genre that was just created.  The problem is, this genre was older than most people remember it just didn’t have the name survival horror at the time.  Sure, there were other horror games prior to Robowarrior but they were […]

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5 New Games Prove the Commodore 64 is Not Dead

The Commodore 64 was officially released in 1982, actually turning 33 years old just last month, and still has new games coming out for it.  Talk about dependable.  Even Commodore themselves kept the computer alive for nearly 12 years before calling in the horses on this one.  That is quite a long time for a […]

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Quest Forge – By Order of Kings is Latest Homebrew Release for Nintendo NES

The Nintendo Entertainment System is a venerable little console, the fans are keeping this thing alive longer than anyone would have thought possible.  I am not just talking about rom hacks, fan translations and homebrew digital releases – those happen quite a bit already.  I am talking about physical cartridges for homebrew and independent titles […]


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