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Cuphead Celebrates Sales Milestone

Cuphead, that 2D side scrolling action game that so many gaming journalists cried about because it was so tough, has just celebrated a major milestone for an independently released title. Not many indie games reach this sales milestone and to know that Cuphead did just makes it that much sweeter. More gamers need to experience […]

A Retro Gamer’s 12 Days Of Christmas: The Seventh Day, The Warriors

On the Seventh day of Christmas my true love sent to me, seven swans a-swimming It’s hard to believe some of the ideas that get greenlighted when it comes to adapting movies or TV shows to video games and vice versa. Some go well, like M.A.S.H for the Atari 2600 or the original The Italian […]

Santa's Magical Christmas Sleigh

New Kickstarter Brings Santa’s Magical Christmas Sleigh to Life

New Nintendo Entertainment System games don’t pop up all that often. Santa’s Magical Christmas Sleigh is just such a new title. What is cool here is, it is a 2D side scrolling action game – a genre that is not all that often explored anymore. Add to the mix a very jolly holiday theme and […]

My Favorite Gaming Hidden Gems, Part Two: Dark Summit (2001, PlayStation 2)

I’ve been playing and collecting video games since the early 1980’s, and while there’s something to be said for enjoying the greats of the gaming world, there’s no better feeling for me than picking out something I’d never heard of, throwing it into my system, and being unable to tear myself away from it because […]

Morphite Android Crescent Moon Games

Morphite Launches on Nintendo Switch Tomorrow

You know what rocks? Just about anything by Crescent Moon Games. This company has a proven track record of releasing some quality games and it appears that Morphite is no different. From 2-Bit Cowboy to Paper Monsters, if Crescent Moon Games made it, it probably rocks. The cool news here is that Morphite launches on […]

The Best Sandbox Game of All Time (Is From The PS2-era)

Free-roaming sandbox-style games come in all shapes and sizes, and there’s no denying the biggest and best-known developer of the go-anywhere, do-anything chaos simulator is Rockstar. Whether they set you down in the middle of a modern-day city the size of New York or Los Angeles in Grand Theft Auto, a private prep school in […]

Top 3 Comic Book Games (Top 3 Tuesday)

Welcome, readers one and all, to the newest entry in Top 3 Tuesday! Today MichaelBtheGameGenie wants to know your thoughts on your three favorite games based on comic books (and you better get over there and watch his video before you start my article). Now I don’t want to spoil anything, but I will say that […]

Retro Games Shopping in Akihaba, Japan

Electric town Akihabara; where your dreams become a reality. A place where fans can indulge in the fantasies of cosplay, maid cafes, technology, and video games. Whether it is from the Yodobashi located as you exit the train station, the main strip, or the back alleys filled with maids handing flyers, you’ll almost certainly find […]

Pixel Noir Brings Classic Movie Style to Games in New Demo, Kickstarter Success

Do you remember the aura that Shadowrun on Super Nintendo had? That grungy, dark, something is going to kill me at any moment feeling? Pixel Noir has that in spade along with a healthy dose of the classic film genre styling to smooth things over. This Kickstarter success from 2015 continues development as proven in the […]

Six Retro Alternative Sports Games That Never Get Old

Yeah, let’s hear it for some good old-fashioned SPORTSBALL, beeyotch!! Look, you either love sports games, or you love to point out how much money EA makes repackaging and re-selling the same game (sometimes literally) to players year after year. I unabashedly fall into the latter category, not only because I can’t tell you the […]

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