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Fan Translation – Fire Emblem for Playstation, er, Tear Ring Saga Released

Tear Ring Saga was the first non-Nintendo game created by the creator of the Fire Emblem series. It was so close to his original work that Nintendo was, gasp, spurred into legal action. Tear Ring Saga is now available in English thanks to fans.

Antraxx Gives Kickstarter Fans Giant Mech Combat

Antraxx, the classic styled giant mech overhead action game is now on Kickstarter.  What is cool about this new development is well, Antraxx is closer to completion and holy crap, and there is an all new original animated intro to go with the new action.  There are also new playable demos and options for the […]

Revenge of the License: Nobunaga’s Ambition (NES)

When other developers were looking at ways to maximize profits by way of comic books or television shows, Koei said, “Holy cow, it’s expensive to buy the rights to something current. Screw that! Japanese history is ripe for plunder and we don’t have to pay anybody a single yen to use their likeness because they’ve […]

Antraxx Giant Mech Strategy Game Enters Beta, Multiplayer Demo Available

If you have been reading Retro Gaming Magazine for a while then you know I love giant mech games.  I also enjoy strategy titles.  Combine the two and leave me be for a few days (I wish).  That is exactly what Antraxx is- a giant mech strategy title but they have added multiplayer to the […]

Ogre Battle 64 the Hidden Stratagem of the N64

Ogre Battle 64: Person of the Lordly Caliber was one of the few strategy games that were present in the Nintendo 64’s relatively small library. Ogre Battle 64 was released in October of the year 2000 and was actually one of the last 50 games released in the console. On the surface the OB64 did […]

Today in Retro Gaming: Daleks!

While the list of foes faced by the Doctor could fill an entire book, none is more iconic than the Daleks, Terry Nation’s armored, emotionless mobile gun platforms. They went from silly-looking pepper pots to pop culture icon in the blink of an eye, and no matter what the Doctor does, no matter how many […]

Allied General Lets Players Take on World War II – Today in History – January 31st, 1996

Turn based strategy war games are not all that popular in today’s market and that kind of sucks.  I grew up playing computer games a lot in the 90’s and it seems that was the golden age for this genre.  Sure, the late 80’s and early 90’s probably had more turn based strategy war games, […]

Antraxx Reminds Us of Giant Mech Gaming

Who remembers the good old days of gaming?  No, I am not talking about the golden age which was Atari 2600 on up into the Nintendo Entertainment System era.  I mean the era of 16-Bit where we got to the point where many game companies have never left (Capcom and their fighting games for instance).  […]

Quest Forge – By Order of Kings is Latest Homebrew Release for Nintendo NES

The Nintendo Entertainment System is a venerable little console, the fans are keeping this thing alive longer than anyone would have thought possible.  I am not just talking about rom hacks, fan translations and homebrew digital releases – those happen quite a bit already.  I am talking about physical cartridges for homebrew and independent titles […]

Today in Retro Gaming: Axis & Allies

Porting most board games to the computer or console is a colossal waste of time. Scrabble always lacks the latest additions to the acceptable words list. Games like The Game of Life lose something if you can’t spin the spinner and jam new kids into your car. You can’t even do a digital version of […]


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