Continuing our coverage of pirate games (yesterday it was Super Mario 4 on the Sega Genesis), I bring you Harry Potter for the Genesis. The kicker here is, the Harry Potter universe has been retrofitted onto a 3D Pac-Man style game, similar to Pac-Mania from Tengen.
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We are continuing to cover the more interesting OpenBOR releases and with that we bring you Marvel First Alliance 2. Brazilian developer Zvitor has really put the spit and polish to this one, just check out the video below for proof of this labor of love.
It is no secret that Mario and company never were able to grace the Sega Genesis platform, officially. That has not stopped fans from making unofficial adventures with Nintendo’s favorite Italian plumber available. Take Super Mario 4: Space Odyseey for example, this is a Russian pirate game and looks pretty decent.
This is not a brand new game but rather a remake of an Atari 8-Bit title of the same name. Lunar Blitz RX is an action game that requires you to clear a landing path for your space ship on an alien planet. Sounds pretty simple, right?
The original Game Boy is quite a limiting platform, that is a fact, but a lot of developers got quite a bit of gameplay out of those limitations. While Super Scrapped Robot: Finding the Next Hat is not exactly a spot on, run on original hardware, Game Boy style shooter, it still really pulls at […]
While Goldeneye on the Nintendo 64 is likely the first title to pop to mind when someone brings up James Bond video games, it’s far from the first game to make use of the license. And while A View to a Kill doesn’t hold this distinction either (that goes to the more simply-named James Bond […]
Attendees of the Classic Console and Arcade Gaming Show in Cleveland Ohio this weekend were lucky enough to be attending a landmark event. This is the first time in over 20 years that a Turbo Grafx-16 Hu-Card was made available- Atlantean by Aetherbyte Studios. Atlantean is a side scrolling shooter that features rarities on the […]
NES Remix hit last December and NES Remix 2 hit this last April (Japan), both for the Nintendo Wii U. Both were digital only releases and apparently, there has been enough demand and chatter that reached the ears at Nintendo about this. Nintendo of America has just announced both will be coming to their Wii […]
Okay, in the United States, and most of the rest of the world, the Atari Lynx was pretty much a commercial failure. While an interesting portable, it really had no chance against the cheaper Game Boy, even though that Nintendo hand held didn’t even have a color screen and the screen blurred whenever you simply […]
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