A troubled production and problems during release ensured we would not see this game in the U.S. until 2016. A game where you can have the potential to raise a godly or demonic child, it was fully translated when it was axed. But what exactly makes Princess Maker 2 so unique? What is it about […]
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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.
Double Dragon is set to make a comeback with the fourth entry in the series. Double Dragon IV remembers the roots of this series and brings them to to forefront.
SpiritSphere brings Zelda style graphics to an air hockey game and completely nails it. Check it out in action right here then buy on Steam.
Seeing new games pop up on Kickstarter is nothing new. It seems like every day we get a handful of potentially awesome games to browse through. All have one thing in common – that particular game is the next best thing. Most are not able to even come close to that lofty goal. That is […]
The top Master Painter of the village has held you under their brush for three years. Guiding you, teaching you and enlightening you to the fantastic world of painting. Being the best pupil you can be has been a task some days and with that in mind, you come to notice one of the Master […]
Anyone that has read Retro Gaming Magazine for long knows we do our best to help independent and homebrew developers reach new audiences (as long as we like their stuff). That is why we are proud to bring you news about Adaeus – Rogue Planet which is currently sitting on Steam Greenlight looking for some […]
The Sega 32X died a rather quick death in terms of video games are concerned. There simply were not a lot of games released for the Sega 32X console. Sega tried. They really did. We got stuff like Star Wars Arcade and even a Knuckles Chaotix game that showed the add-on could do really good […]
Okay, hang with me here. The Wonder Boy series has been around the world many times over, especially during the 16-Bit era. Most notably to North American gamers this game is familiar under a couple of names. One is Monster Lair for the Turbo Grafx-16 CD-ROM, which not a lot of gamers shelled out the […]
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