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Sega Dreamcast Visual Memory Unit Receiving Pokemon GO Port

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Okay, who amongst you reading this remembers the Sega Dreamcast Visual Memory Unit (VMU)?  For those that do not remember, it was a removable memory card for the Sega Dreamcast console which doubled as a small gaming on the go device.  Since the VMU had a screen, controls and a couple of action buttons, it […]

Did Sega Turn Down the Nintendo 64 Hardware?

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It is almost the point that gamers can point to that was the fall of Sega.  Releasing a ton of add-ons for the Sega Genesis seems to be the point that most game companies point at when asked why they didn’t support the Sega Saturn.  That Sega was all over the place.  They were actually.  […]

Review – Phantasy Star II for Sega Genesis

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  In 1990, Sega released Phantasy Star II in North America, the second installment in the sci-fi RPG series. The story takes place 1000 years after the events of the first game. There’s been a sudden increase in bio-monsters on your home planet, and Rolf is given a mission to locate a recorder in a […]

27 Years Ago Altered Beast Rose From the Grave!

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Sega released Altered Beast on the arcades 28 years ago. A year later Sega developed a “perfect” port for the Genesis system and released it on August 14 1989. The port of Altered Beast was touted to be an identical recreation of the arcade version. But, this simply wasn’t true, and while Sega did manage […]

Contra Hard Corps Drills Super Nintendo Contra III Into Ground – Today in Retro Gaming – August 8th, 1994

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When we initially got the first bit of news about Contra Hard Corps for the Sega Genesis the press of the time pointed out another game, Gunstar Heroes a lot.  There was mention that Konami must be going all out because they lost so many programmers to the recently formed Treasure (developer of Gunstar Heroes).  […]

5 Disney 16-Bit Games We Want Re-Released That Don’t Star Mickey Mouse

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It is no secret that recently Disney re-released three classics on to the popular GOG.com service.  That is great news and just got me to thinking about what other Disney games from the 16-Bit days that need to be re-released.  It took a bit of work but here is my list.  I already covered the […]

Disney Releases Jungle Book, Aladdin and Lion King on PC

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Disney games during the 16-Bit era were some of the best games you could purchase, outside of something with Mario in the title.  It was just accepted fact that Disney was quality gaming back then.  The games were, mostly, licensed by competent companies that were not scared to put honest to goodness work into making […]

Sega Genesis Scooby Doo Mystery Spanish Translation Released

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I like to keep our friends that speak other languages in the loop of new releases.  For instance, Spanish speaking readers may be interested in Scooby Doo Mystery for the Sega Genesis- a game that was previously only available in English.  This is a traditional point and click adventure game, now available to Spanish gamers […]

Shining in the Darkness Unleashes Hellish Dungeon Romping on Sega Genesis – Today in Retro Gaming – August 6th, 1991

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First person dungeon crawling adventures and me go WAY back.  I love them.  Probably my favorite genre, especially those that allow you to control a single person (I view everyone extra as just stats and equipment mules).  While not a single party first person dungeon crawler, Shining in the Darkness is still quite awesome.  I […]

Oddballs in Gaming: Sonic Heroes

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What goes up must come down, yet my feet don’t touch the ground! Seeing the world spinning upside down a mighty crash without a sound! These are the words that resonate in the mind of those players who loved Sonic Heroes for its amazing soundtrack. Sonic Heroes was the sequel to the amazingly corny, but […]


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