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Robocop versus Terminator for Nintendo Entertainment System Now Available

Unreleased titles that receive unofficial releases by fans are a dubious endeavor to say the least.  For most gamers it is a very wide gray area that they are sometimes fine with traversing depending on the title(s) in question.  For many, an unofficial Star Fox 2 on cartridge release is worthwhile, but how many feel […]

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The Lost Boys Finally See Game Release on Nintendo Entertainment System

The Lost Boys, a cult classic movie from the late 80’s about a group of vampires living the surfer style life in California, is finally the subject of a Nintendo Entertainment System.  The Lost Boys on the NES is a 2D side scrolling action adventure title which is available on cartridge from Chipmasters.  Interestingly, this […]

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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 […]

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Boulder Dash Finally Sees Light of Day on Mattel Intellivision

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 […]

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SSI Gold Box D&D Veterans Return to their Roots with Tactical Simulations Interactive

Some of the biggest names in role playing games on computers have regrouped to do what they do best, create turn based strategy role playing games that rock.  Okay, a little history lesson for those that do not know what I am talking about with the title of this article.  The Strategic Simulations Inc (SSI) […]

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Kunoi Mixes Running Games with Retrogaming Classic Elements Slashing Through Kickstarter

Endless running games are quite the “thing” in the mobile world.  For the most part, they have not really taken off on computers, where the first person shooter (FPS) is king.  Kunoi isn’t looking to attempt to change that, though there are some running game elements here they are not front and center.  No, front […]

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What Would Legend of Zelda- Wind Waker Look like on the Super Nintendo?

Recently we asked what would Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon look like on the Commodore 64.  This week we are asking, what would The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker look like on the Super Nintendo?  Thanks to a DeviantArt member, we don’t have to wonder what it might have looked like, we can see it.  […]

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What Would Far Cry 3 Look Like on the Commodore 64?

Okay, demakes or whatever you want to call them are pretty cool.  Some are just similar enough to the source material to make them really cool.  While Halo 2600 was too different to really be as cool as everyone made it out to be, it was still cool because of who made it.  Another popular […]

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Llamasoft’s TxK is Now Cancelled Pending Legal Action

Tempest was a classic arcade title that polarized gamers.  You either liked it or did not get it.  There really was no in between on this game.  The man behind it, Jeff Minter, also handled the amazing Atari Jaguar port called Tempest 2000, and the game TxK for Llamasoft.  TxK hit the Playstation Vita last […]

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Atari Memory Match Now Available, a Card Game for Retrogaming Fans

Okay, everyone reading this has at one time or another played a variation of the classic game, Memory.  Either via official means or through variations that used just about anything that could be paired up.  One of the most popular variations of Memory that I know of uses playing cards.  Thanks to an Atari Age […]


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