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Flicky Unsung Hero of Sega’s Games Arrives on Genesis – Today in History – May 1st, 1991

Tell me if you can.  Who has the most “background” appearances in gaming?  No, I don’t mean the turtles and the mushroom enemies of the Super Mario series since those are enemies- they are expected to appear.  I mean the little guys, the ones that hardly anyone knows the name of but can point them […]

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Mojon Twins to Release Six New Games via Spanish Crowd Funding Service

The Mojon Twins are not new to our readers here at Retro Gaming Magazine.  I have covered their releases over the years and readers have shown amazing support.  Recently, one of our readers alerted me to the fact that the Mojon Twins are releasing six new games via a Spanish crowd funding service.  Here are […]

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Iron Storm Brought War Grognard Gaming to Sega Saturn – Today in History – April 1st, 1996

Working Designs, I miss you.  There, with that out of the way, I can get on with this historical article on one of their more hardcore releases.  If you are a war gaming grognard then you will be right at home with Iron Storm on the Sega Saturn.  This is hardcore beyond belief.  Iron Storm […]

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Flappy Bird VMU Released for Sega Dreamcast Visual Memory Unit

Ah, more Flappy Bird.  This time the infectious timing game has come to the Sega Dreamcast.  Well, the Visual Memory Unit (VMU) of the Sega Dreamcast.  For those that have been living under a rock for the last few years, Flappy Bird is a timing game.  Not exactly like the music games or rhythm based […]

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Retro Sumus Release Early Footage of Xenocider, Space Harrier Style, Dreamcast Game

Retro Sumus are not strangers to the readers of Retro Gaming Magazine.  I have covered, the admittedly little known about it, AMEBA before.  Now, Retro Sumus are back with information on their next game, Xenocider.  For those that have not simply jumped to the video below, Xenocider is a homage to Sega’s Space Harrier.  On […]

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Earthworm Jim Joins Streets of Rage 2 Cast on Sega Genesis

Earthworm Jim has entered the world of Streets of Rage 2.  Yeah, you read that right.  Earthworm Jim is now in Streets of Rage 2.  This is not an official thing, Sega has not come to their sense and done what fans have been doing for years.  No, this is another fan hack that adds […]

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Some Sonic Titles Coming to New Apple TV

Sega are nothing if not prolific in keeping their classic catalog alive.  Now, updating that retro gaming catalog, or allowing fans to make their own updates, is another story.  Part of Sega keeping their heritage alive is bringing certain, key, games to new platforms whenever possible.  By the end of March, several Sonic the Hedgehog […]

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Splatterhouse 3 Asks You to Save Jennifer Again on Sega Genesis – Today in History – March 18th, 1993

In the history of video games there are not that many third party franchises that have not seen at least on release on a Nintendo console.  One such franchise that holds that honor is Splatterhouse.  No, I am not counting the “super deformed” game that was released in Japan.  Namco originally started Splatterhouse in arcades, […]

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Castlevania – Bloodlines Shows Genesis Fans Darker Europe – Today in History – March 17th, 1994

Konami used to care about fans.  For proof of this just look at the 16-bit era.  Castlevania during this period was THE game to get if you were into action, adventure and hard as nails gameplay.  The cool thing about this era is that every console or handheld that received a Castlevania game got an […]

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X-Men Continue Dominance on Sega Genesis – Today in History – March 8th, 1993

Sega licensing the X-Men property was a big deal in 1993.  Fans knew they were going to get a slightly edgier game than what would be allowed on the Nintendo platforms.  While there is no blood, the Genesis X-Men did give gamers something no other game had the balls to do.  A unique Easter Egg […]


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