When doing a list like this, it is hard to come up with a number one game that has not been on top everywhere already. Batman holds the #1 spot here, again, so if you think you know the whole list already, scroll by. For the rest of you, there are some good games on this […]
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We have seen plenty of games appear on the popular crowdfunding website Kickstarter for various videogame projects over the years, but not many with various different platforms planned. Escape 2042: The Truth Defenders, a brand new 2D platform game from OrionSoft, is being developed for four different platforms: Mega Drive/Genesis, Dreamcast, Game Boy, and Windows.
The weekend is a time to wind down. A time to reflect on all the happenings in the retrogaming scene. At time to revisit the week’s main news, previews, reviews, retrospectives, and updates. This week, we spoke with the founder of the Retro.HK retrogaming convention, we checked out the latest news (Super Mario Run, Kraut […]
The weekend is a time to wind down. A time to reflect on all the happenings in the retrogaming scene. At time to revisit the week’s main news, previews, reviews, retrospectives, and updates. This week, we looked at news on an upcoming one-on-one Super Nintendo fighting game, a 3D printer Zelda map, checked out Super […]
Sega’s original Shinobi first appeared in the Arcades back in 1987. With its well designed multidirectional side-scrolling levels, varied enemy characters, end of level guardians, Ninjitsu special magic move, and general smooth gameplay, the game became a huge hit. The game was soon ported over to many home platforms, including Sega’s own Master System console, […]
Dr Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine Expands the Sonic Universe – Today in Retro Gaming – November 26th, 1993
Sega expanded the Sonic the Hedgehog universe with Dr Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine on the Sega Genesis. Puyo Puyo fans will instantly be at home here.
It is no secret that Nintendo themselves are releasing the Nintendo NES Classic Mini (previewed here). Nintendo is making sure that this is a closed system and not one that will feature user augmentation of any kind – no SD card support, no cartridge support and no USB options. Nothing other than the included games. […]
In the world of retro gaming there are not a lot of companies like Piko Interactive. They go out and find unreleased games, get the rights to them and fix them up, sometimes completing them, and then releasing them legally for fans to purchase. Take a look at the Piko Interactive store and you will […]
The Sega Genesis is one of those consoles that was built with pretty much off the shelf parts. At least early on (before Sega revised the hardware a bit) there was no real copy protection. When released over 20 years ago, it was just too expensive to get into independent development for the Genesis (those […]
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