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Sega Saturn Policenauts English Fan Translation Released

In issue #2 of our magazine we covered fan translations and digital comics.  We of course placed artwork from Snatcher on the cover.  In that issue was an exclusive interview with Artemio Urbina of Policenauts.net and featured Snatcher (among other digital comics and fan translations).  Well, today I am proud to write up this article […]

VN32X Brings Visual Novel Games to Sega 32X Console

The Sega 32X died a rather quick death in terms of video games are concerned.  There simply were not a lot of games released for the Sega 32X console.  Sega tried.  They really did.  We got stuff like Star Wars Arcade and even a Knuckles Chaotix game that showed the add-on could do really good […]

Shenmue Gaiden is a Digital Comic of Love by Fans

In our second issue of RGM we featured several “digital comics”, think Snatcher and you will have a good idea of what they are.  The reason I bring that up in this article is because there is a new Shenmue digital comic developed by two fans.  Shenmue Gaiden is not a canon title but a […]

Become a JUNKER in Neo Kobe City with Snatcher – Today in History – December 13th 1988

Snatcher is a game that, at the time of release in North America, was one of the first of a small genre which has not progressed much in the two plus decades since.  We covered Snatcher in our second issue of Retro Gaming Magazine, along with many other worthy titles.  While visual novels/digital comics are […]

New Game: Ameba is a New Visual Novel for Sega Dreamcast

The Sega Dreamcast is no stranger to wild and wacky games, especially those from homebrew developers.  Since Sega left the Dreamcast pretty open, we can debate if that lead to its death at a later time, homebrew developers are able to continue releasing new titles for it over a decade after it was commercially ended.  […]

Banshee’s Last Cry, Super Famicom Exclusive, Officially Released on iOS

What do you do with a 20 year old, Super Famicom, visual novel that was pretty much a Japanese exclusive till now? If you are Aksys Games, you translate it and release it on iOS for a whole new generation of gamers to enjoy for less than the cost of a fast food greasy burger.

Sacred Line:Genesis

It seems that 2013 is going to be the year of visual novels on the Sega Genesis console as I just found out about another one (the other being Silent Hill).  This one is called Sacred Line: Genesis, it uses the same engine as the Silent Hill game (GINCS) and just like that illegitimate Konami […]

Silent Hill Visual Novel Hits Sega Genesis

Silent Hill is one of those titles that became popular with the advent of the PSOne and was not available on anything prior to that console. Till now. Silent Hill was a gamble of sorts for Konami as everyone back then were trying new things with the 32-Bit system rathe than giving players more of […]


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