Glory of Heracles is a role-playing game series developed by Data East that spans across four games from 1987-1994 and was released across two gaming consoles, the Famicom and Super Famicom. With the Famicom name mentioned there, you would be correct in assuming that the games were not released outside of Japan. However, thanks to […]
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Dossun! Danseki Battle brings the classic Columns style of puzzle action to the fantasy realm complete with one on one character based battles. Unreleased in North America left fans to translate it for English speaking gamers. Is it worth it? Find out.
Square Enix continue their porting of classic games from their back catalog of games. One of the most recent ports is Romancing SaGa 2 for Android and iPhone. The interesting thing about this port is that this is the first time it is available LEGALLY in English. Sure, there are illegal reproductions of fan translations […]
It is not often that I get all that excited about a Kickstarter but well, there is always that one that just won’t let me shut up. Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs is now on Kickstarter and looking might freaking nice. This is not a case of someone wanting to make a “homage” or […]
This is interesting news, especially considering that severe lack of information on the RETRO Video Game System. CYBER Gadget Corporation is working on a console named “Retro Freak” which will purportedly play 11 different 16-Bit era consoles worth of games. That is quite the backlog for many of us, and a chance to add to […]
Hardware hacks and mods are quite interesting, while modern gamers get official stuff from the manufacturer. That is if you are into simply having an alternate color or some other simple cosmetic change. Modders like Vadu Amka are not content with doing that type of hardware mod though, no, just changing the color is not […]
New Game: Chariot Brings Umihara Kawase and Bionic Commando Style Mixed with Defensive Play to Modern Gamers
Umihara Kawase, an under rated Super Famicom game, featured gameplay similar to Bionic Commando where you had the ability to latch onto things and pull yourself up. Now, imagine that gameplay mixed with defending another character, similar to Ico on Playstation 2. That is the basic idea of Chariot where you are escorting the dead […]
The Game Boy Advance, no matter if you are a fan of Nintendo or not, is obviously a seminal portable platform. Some would argue the GBA is the last “retro” portable to be released, probably thanks in large part to the library that was released for this Nintendo hand held. Thanks to Rose Colored Gaming […]
For many in North America, this title will look familiar because it was released here on the Sony Playstation, not the Super Nintendo. Aeon Genesis, fan translation gurus, released this patch awhile back but we felt it warranted a news post to alert fans to its existence.
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