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Take to the Streets in Final Fight on Super Nintendo – Today in History – September 1st, 1991

Final Fight is one of those series that had so much going for it but for some reason, failed when the transition of gaming went from 16-Bit to 32-Bit (both the Double Dragon and Streets of Rage series felt this mishap also). Originally, Final Fight was to be a sequel to, the fairly popular, Street […]

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New Toy: Mega Man Powered Helmet and Stand Now Available for Pre-Order

Capcom are not ones to shy away from the demand of gamers, unless it is for a true sequel to a Street Fighter game. Previously only available at conventions, this new helmet and stand (powered through your computer’s USB port) will now be available for a limited time directly through Capcom. Collectors get your credit […]

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Game Hack- Ghostbusters Not Only Back in Theaters but also Receive Color Fix on Sega Genesis

Since Ghostbusters is being re-released in theaters to celebrate its 30th anniversary, we figured it would be a good time to mention this color hack for their Sega Genesis game. The original suits in the 16-Bit game were not quite “true” to the movie props and now a fan has taken it upon themselves to […]

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Fan Translation/Bandit Gaming- Crime Patrol 2 Drug Wars for PSOne Translated to English, Updated

This is a first for us here at Retro Gaming Magazine- our first combo Fan Translation/Bandit Gaming article. For those of you keeping track, Crime Patrol 2 only officially hit the 3DO and the CD-i platforms as far as retro consoles (Digital Leisure made it available for the average DVD player about 12 years ago […]

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Game Hack: Super Mario Bros 3 with Giana Sisters Levels, Yeah, Someone Took the Rivalry There

For the readers reading this that do not know what the Giana Sisters was about, it was basically a Super Mario Bros clone for computers. The Great Giana Sisters as it was officially titled (fans shortened it to simply Giana Sisters) was an almost lawsuit perfect copy of Super Mario Bros, which launched shortly before […]

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Competition- SpeccyJam is Coming, Sign Up Now and Rock the Retro

The ZX Spectrum is a computer that was not widely available here in North America but over in Europe this thing rocked, and in some circles still does. We were recently contacted by the SpeccyJam people about covering the event, it won’t start till August 29th so you still have time to sign up. We […]

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Game Hack- Perfect Dark Takes Over Rolling Thunder on the Nintendo Entertainment System

Perfect Dark was an instrumental release on the Nintendo 64, it was the spiritual successor to Golden Eye 64 and gave gamers another game to flaunt in the face of Sega┬áSaturn and Sony┬áPlaystation owners (neener neener). This little fact has not stopped hackers from taking it upon themselves to “port” Perfect Dark to the Nintendo […]

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New Game: Rex Rocket From Kickstarter to Steam with 8-Bit Inspired Visuals

Rex Rocket is one of the many Kickstarter projects we missed (know of a worthy one, tip us so we can cover it). What gamers are able to get on Steam now is an 8-Bit/16-Bit inspired action/platformer/shooter that hearkens back to the Mario, Mega Man and Metroid days. If you are going to pick a […]

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New Game: X=Y=Z Brings Bloxorz Style Block Rolling to the ZX Spectrum

Over on the mobile markets of Android and iOS there was a slight ferver for games like Bloxorz. This has had the same effect it did with the success of Flappy Bird awhile back, these games are hitting more and more platforms. Unlike the other variations of the rolling cube theme, X=Y=Z has you controlling […]

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Bandit Gaming- Legend of Zelda – The Last Oracle In Development

The bastard child of the Zelda series, Zelda II, has become the inspiration for a fan game called The Last Oracle. The Legend of Zelda – The Last Oracle is a lot more action based than the Nintendo original but the resemblence is quite clear. Currently, The Last Oracle is in development with a demo […]


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