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Splatterhouse Brings Home Blood, Guts and Ski Masks to Turbo Grafx-16: Today in History- April 21st, 1990

When NEC released the Turbo Grafx-16 in North America it was instantly the underdog in gamer’s eyes. This was the first outing for NEC in this territory and for all intents and purposes, no real name brand games were available or on the horizon for this new console. NEC had a tough road to walk […]

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Retro Gaming Magazine #2 Preview and Cover Reveal

We have had to hold back releasing the cover of our second issue as we worked with the artist to get it just right (great art doesn’t just happen). With our second issue we will continue our efforts to feature content that other publications avoid. As usual, this issue will be 40 pages and is […]

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New Game: “Jets” For Turbo Grafx-16/Super Grafx

It is not uncommon back in the day to discover new games that did not have names at the time of discovery. EGM, Gamefan and Gamepro all ran short articles that usually contained one single, blurry, picture and a sentence describing what was seen by the journalist. Today though, with the power of the Internet […]

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Fan Translation: Bubblegum Crash!: Knight Sabers 2034 for Turbo Grafx-16/PC-Engine

This is a series that has long been misbegotten in the United States, there are several games that have not seen release here. The game that is the focus of this article is the digital comic that hit the PC-Engine (Turbo Grafx-16 in North America). Gamers familiar with Snatcher on the Sega CD will have […]

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Today in History: November 17th, 1989- Forgotten Worlds Comes Home to Genesis

Believe it or not, back in the day arcades were a big thing. For years, it was generally held that if you wanted that arcade experienece at home you got a NES. That was till Sega released the Sega Genesis in North America along with a slew of arcade titles that were closer to the […]

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New Game: Mysterious Song II: Eternal Silence Announced for Turbo Grafx-16/PC-Engine CD-ROM

Eponaosft, developers of the original Mysterious Song title, have just announced the sequel, Eternal Silence. Expanding on the original, Eternal Silence will feature additional playable characters, new weapons, new spells and more interesting additions to woo fans of the original and those fans that have just discovered their NEC machines aren’t as dead as they […]

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Retro Gaming Magazine #1 Cover Reveal

Our magazine, Retro Gaming Magazine, is right on track for launch in early 2014 and we are revealing the cover of the first issue.  While some stuff is subject to change before publication, for the most part, this is the final cover.    The current table of contents reads as follows: