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Namco Launches One Two Punch with Tekken in Arcades – Today in Retro Gaming – December 11th, 1994

Namco launched the iconic Tekken in 1994 and changed the way 3D arcade fighting games were played.

Three Cases in How Good Games Age Poorly

The concept of age comes up an awful lot when it comes to media. When people comment on the idea of age, they usually mean how well that piece of media holds up when one revisits it, or how meaningful it is in a modern perspective. While for most other forms of media, it’s a […]

Aliens, Buxom Women, Fisticuffs, Round One with Criticom on Playstation: Today in History- November 29th, 1996

Today in retro gaming, we acknowledge the release of Kronos Digital’s not-so-gripping fighting game of not-so-epic proportions with an ad more exciting than the game it advertises.  How does this sort of thing keep happening?

Namco Triumphs Valiantly Over Sega Dreamcast Launch Competition with Soul Calibur- Today in History- September 9th, 1999

When the original Soul Edge (arcade)/Soul Blade (PSOne) game hit it was so unique and different over the competition. Here was this 3D one on one fighting game with phenomenal graphics and characters fighting with weapons. The announcer was equipped with more than a couple of words in his vocabulary also. Now, take all of […]

Bandit Gaming: Tekken 3 on Sega Genesis

Tekken is one of those games that helped push more Playstation sales during the 32-Bit wars than any other game during that time. Sony’s first console was home to three Tekken games and fans ate each of them up as fast as they were released. Now, imagine how Namco’s flagship fighting game would look on […]


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