One of the most rewarding things about my job here at RGM is putting a game that has no business being in anyone’s library into the system, pressing power, and sharing the stupid with all of you. Over the years I’ve defiled my PlayStation with Hooters Road Trip and Simpsons Wrestling, subjected my PC to […]
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Earth Defense Force Invigorates the Super Nintendo Shoot-’em-up Genre – Today in Retro Gaming – January 1, 1992
Although the Sega Genesis is well known for its arcade conversions and shoot-’em-ups, the Super Nintendo did get a fair share of its own, and on this day in 1992, SNES gamers were blessed with Earth Defense Force (also known by Super Earth Defense Force). Converted from the arcade original, Earth Defense Force game is […]
A new Super Nintendo fighting game called Unholy Night was shown at the 2016 Hong Kong Vintage Game Expo. Check it out.
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.
The Sega Genesis was always the “second run” console when it came to ports from other platforms. This happened nearly all the time throughout the life of Sega’s 16-Bit console. One time in the history of the console, Sega did come out ahead concerning a port. That was Mortal Kombat and only because Nintendo heavily […]
Acme Animation Factory Gives Gamers Small Taste of Cartoon Creation – Today in Retro Gaming – November 5th, 1994
You can tell how mainstream a console is based on the more “off the wall” titles that it received. For many this is experimental titles such as My Disney Kitchen on the original Playstation. This can also be gauged by how many Barbie games a console has available. Let’s go back a little further and […]
When the Super Nintendo launched gamers were promised it would not be just more of the same. While early on, games like Pilotwings was certainly the epitome of this belief. Then came games like ActRaiser by Enix. Upon looking at the back of the box you would think this is just another 2D side scrolling […]
In my previous article on this situation I brought up concerns that I gained after inquiring on the legal situation of Socks the Cat Rocks the Hill for the Super Nintendo. This unreleased game has just surfaced on Kickstarter under the “Second Dimension” account so I contacted them late last week to inquire on the […]
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