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Best Import Turbo Grafx-16 Games You Need

In preparation of the 27th anniversary of the Turbo Grafx-16 being released in North America (the 19th for anyone wondering) we have been celebrating in a few ways.  One way was showing how valuable Turbo Grafx-16 and PC Engine games are.  Another was listing the 10 best Turbo Grafx-16 games we saw released here in […]

Strider Downhill Runs Into Arcades – Today in History – March 7th, 1989

This is one of those titles that MADE us goto the local arcade and drop more than we wanted into it, one quarter at a time.  Capcom really hit the nail on the head with Strider- it is a classic in every sense of the term.  Graphically, Strider holds up quite well, especially the arcade […]

Volgarr the Viking Ported to Sega Dreamcast, Released for Free with Permission

Volgarr the Viking is a newer 2D side scrolling action adventure for Microsoft’s Xbox and Steam, well it was released almost a year ago but that is still newer than Rygar or Ghouls n Ghosts, right?  I mention those two classics because it is quite clear that Volgarr the Viking is taking, at least, visual […]

New Game: Volgarr the Viking on Xbox One, PC, Mac Reminds Us of When Games Were Tough

It is no secret that Microsoft is kind of taking a beating with the Xbox One versus the Playstation 4 right now.  While there are many possible reasons for this, I like to think it is a case of lack of retro content available for the platform- Sony has their whole PSOne Classics catalog of […]

Sega Threw Down the Gauntlet with the Sega Genesis – Today in History – August 14, 1989

Sega was a clear second in the 8-Bit wars against the Nintendo Entertainment System. The Sega Master System was held back by so many problems that Sega was ill-fitted to rectify. With the launch of the Genesis though, Sega was throwing down the gauntlet and pulling out all of the stops. They were focusing on […]

Review: Shadow Blade on Android Using the JXD S7300 (Pst…Shinobi Fans, get this game)

It is sometimes tough trying to figure out what to cover and what to ignore here on RGM. On the one hand, covering newer titles is a good way to bring retro and modern gaming together in an almagation of games but on the other, it is an easy way to alienate the fanbase. Covering […]


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