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Classic Super Mario Bros 3 GBA Levels Recreated in Super Mario Maker

You knew it was bound to happen.  Someone has recreated the classic Game Boy Advance version of Super Mario Brothers 3 in Super Mario Maker for the Nintendo Wii U.  This is one of those times that the fans are saving the copyright owner some trouble, while giving back to the community.  The levels that […]

Half-Life Ported to Android Wear Watches, Not Sure Why

Android Wear and the like are becoming “all the rage” around the tech world, Apple is in on it, Microsoft is in on it, Google and their partners are in on it, everyone is getting in on smaller wearable screens.  These things have small screens, so small that for the most part you are only […]

Super Mario 64 to Get New Level Pack from Homebrew Developers

Super Mario 64 was a seminal release, it was one of the last times that a console and a launch title sold 1:1 at launch, and it was an instant classic.  Sure, there were problems with Super Mario 64 but fans were too enamored with the quality of the overall package to be nitpicking little […]

Solve the Grandfather Paradox in Doom within Doom Mod

Okay, this is a rather funny/unique mod to be writing about, especially after the announcement that a “selfie stick” was added to id Software’s classic Doom title.  This is basically the game of Doom being played in the game of Doom and it is also possibly answering the Grandfather paradox once and for all.

Guile’s Theme Goes with Vinyl and CD as Street Fighter II Music Hits Retro Music Formats

Music has been one area of gaming that is sometimes overlooked.  From the days of the Atari 2600 to recent times, gaming music is not the recipient of nearly the budget that graphics receives.  Gaming music is still integral to the way gamers feel about a game, mostly in a subtle subconscious manner, music sets […]

Two New Shooters on Track for Release on Sega Dreamcast – Ghost Blade and Redux 2

First up, for those screaming foul on the title to this article- Ghost Blade is back on track as a new programmer has been found that can handle the remaining work.  Ghost Blade is an overhead scrolling shooter in the style of Mars Matrix and other bullet hell style shooters that are popular for some […]

Metroid to Receive Unofficial Prequel, Rogue Dawn, on Nintendo Entertainment System

To say that Metroid is a big name title for Nintendo is quite the understatement.  Metroid, while originally not a system seller, became just that by the time we saw the 16-Bit iteration and even on the Gamecube fans were still extremely interested in the adventures of Samus Aran.  Metroid: Rogue Dawn is a game […]

Snatcher Being Ported to Nintendo Virtual Boy by Homebrew Developer

Snatcher, the digital comic that simply did not take off in North America like Konami would have liked.  Honestly, I cannot feign not understanding why it didn’t sell well.  First it was only available for an add-on device, the Sega CD, which did not exactly set sales records in the United States.  Second, it was […]

WildSnake for Sega Game Gear Found and Digitally Preserved

Being a fan of retrogaming sometimes has its better than average benefits.  For instance, it has recently been announced that a prototype for WildSnake on the Sega Game Gear has been found and has been digitally preserved by the team over at SMS Power.  Up till now, WildSnake was an unreleased game on the Sega […]

Finally Dragon Force II for Sega Saturn is Available in English

Dragon Force may not have been met with record breaking sales in North America when Working Designs released it in 1996 for the Saturn it still garnered a sequel in Japan.  A Japan only sequel, until now.  The team over at Verve Fanworks has been working on an English translation of Dragon Force II for […]


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