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PS1 Collecting: Thirteen Must-Haves For Anyone on a Budget

If there’s an easier system to pick up and start collecting for than the original Sony PlayStation, I’ve yet to find it. The biggest entry point obstacle to collecting on old school systems is usually buying the console itself, but the PS1 is so ubiquitous and inexpensive it’s absurd. Twenty years ago, putting a PlayStation […]

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Tomb Raider Playable in Browser, Work in Progress

When you think of retro gaming you must realize it is a subjective term. What is “retro” to me, being born in 1976, may be different to someone who was born in 2002. For me, the original Tomb Raider is retro. I remember seeing the first screen shots of Core Design’s new 3D adventure, starring […]

Complexity Killed the Game- Why Simple is Often Best

The old saying “curiosity killed the cat” might be true in everyday life, but when it comes to the tech world and gaming the more accurate expression is: “Complexity killed the cat”. Although software developers are creative souls with a passion for intricate storylines and detail, the reality is that a game with too many […]

The Five Most Badass Retro Game Cheat Codes

We’re not telling you to wreck a good relationship or risk expulsion from school, but under the right circumstances cheating can feel so damn good. By ‘under the right circumstances’ we mean ‘when playing retro games’ because, duh, we’re Retro Gaming Magazine. While there’s something to be said for plugging in a Game Shark or […]

Steam Sale- Retro Gaming That Won’t Break the Bank

Steam has sales.  We all love sales.  When we walk into a store and see those big flashy tags that exclaim “Sale!” or “Discount” it brightens our day.  Now whether the items under those banners are worth it or not is another story.  Right now, Steam is doing a huge sale, over 1,000 games/DLC/misc are […]

Tomb Raider II Comes to Android and iOS with Gold in Tow

Square Enix have released the second Tomb Raider game onto Android and iOS devices.  The control scheme is almost exactly as it was in the original release from April of this year so if you hated it there, well, it isn’t better here.  Tomb Raider II is one of the more interesting 3D action titles […]

10 Classics that Let You Build Your Own Levels before Super Mario Maker

To say Super Mario Maker is a smash hit release is quite an understatement.  The 2D sandbox game had reached a million units sold worldwide in about 20 days, according to reports.  This is interesting considering the hell Nintendo constantly gets for the Wii U, something that goes back to the Nintendo 64 days and […]

Lara Croft Go Comes to Android and iOS, Remembers Windows Phone Too

The Tomb Raider series is one that has been all over the place as far as the fans are concerned.  The first one took gaming by storm, the second was “alright” and the third is quite forgettable.  The series just goes up and down from there all the way up to current generation platforms.  Recently, […]

Five Games You Need the Japanese Version to Fully Enjoy

It’s not news to say the Japanese get tons of stuff the rest of the world doesn’t, but at least they throw non-Asian gamers a bone every now and then. Usually this is in the form of a simple port, where all the text is translated and (hopefully) localized for the target market. This localization process […]

Video: Sydney Hunter and the Caverns of Death Early Sega Dreamcast Build

Sydney Hunter is starring in quite a few games here lately. He has been on, or coming to, the Nintendo NES, Intellivision and other consoles. Now, we can add the Sega Dreamcast to that growing list of platforms Sydney has hit. For those that do not know, Syndey Hunter is a treasure hunter, not unlike […]


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