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8-Bit Civilizations Commodore 64

Civilization Coming to Commodore 64 in 8-Bit Civilizations

When Sid Meier finished the first Civilization I have to wonder, did he ever entertain the thought of porting it to the Commodore 64? No matter, as developer Fabian Hertel is doing just that, well close anyhow, with 8-Bit Civilizations. This is one of those head scratching releases that you think simply won’t work. The […]

Fire Emblem Heroes Android

Fire Emblem Heroes Review

I will spare you, our great readers, from having to read through another introduction spouting the amazing/detrimental to the fact that Nintendo is now making mobile games. Instead, let’s discuss Fire Emblem Heroes. Fans of turn-based strategy games, like myself, are often finding ourselves scrounging the various digital stores for our chosen mobile device. They […]

Tear Ring Saga Playstation

Fan Translation – Fire Emblem for Playstation, er, Tear Ring Saga Released

Tear Ring Saga was the first non-Nintendo game created by the creator of the Fire Emblem series. It was so close to his original work that Nintendo was, gasp, spurred into legal action. Tear Ring Saga is now available in English thanks to fans.

Fallout Brings Windows Gamers Alternative Historical Post-Nuclear War – Today in Retro Gaming – September 30th, 1997

War is something that is eternal in gaming.  Pretty much every electronic thing that has been released that plays games has had a war game of some sort.  Sure, that war game may have been with colorful graphics and bouncy sound effects but there was a war going on.  Fallout by Interplay, for Windows computers, certainly […]

Advance Wars Shows Nintendo Can Gamify War on Game Boy Advance – Today in Retro Gaming – September 10th, 2001

Nintendo and kiddifying things go together quite well.  Just look at the Smash Brothers series for proof of that.  Anyhow, on the Game Boy Advance Nintendo finally saw fit to bring over their turn based strategy games.  Advance Wars was the first game in the “wars” series to make it stateside, at least officially and […]

Sega Unleashes Shining Force onto Sega Genesis – Today in Retro Gaming – July 30th, 1993

Sega was working hard during the 16-Bit era.  For the first time they were either on top, or near the top, of the video game market.  Nintendo was no longer the juggernaut they once were though they still held a lot of power with gamers and retailers.  Sega was able to put many chinks in […]


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