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Monster Boy Playstation 4 Xbox One and Steam Trailer Released

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It is not new news that Monster Boy is finally getting the re-release treatment as that has been covered by nearly everyone in the gaming world.  We have intended to cover it here on Retro Gaming Magazine but other things kept popping up.  Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom is coming to the Playstation 4, […]

Cave Story Coming to Sega Genesis Work in Progress, Playable Demo Available

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Cave Story.  A game that has made the rounds quite a bit on modern platforms (my first exposure was on the Sony Playstation Portable).  Now, we can start ticking off classic, retro, consoles as this 2D action game is coming to the Sega Genesis.  If you don’t know what Cave Story is about then you […]

Retro Gaming Over Saturation – Are We There Yet?

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It seems that with each new release of hardware in the console and hand held worlds we see re-releases of retro games.  Whether these are compilations of classics or single releases themselves.  This has been going on since the first follow up console was released in the 1980’s.  Companies have been working to monetize past […]

Micro Transactions Could Save Arcade Games as we Knew Them

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Back in the day arcades were king.  This was in the 80’s up to the early 90’s when home consoles were still underpowered.  When the Playstation and Sega Saturn came out though, while still underpowered by comparison, the quality of ports was much better.  This spelled the downfall of arcade games.  Gamers were no longer […]

Xydonia, Retro Inspired Side Scrolling Shooter, Hits Kickstarter

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Remember R-Type, Gradius, Darius and Thunder Force?  Sure you do.  So does Breaking Byte Games who are making a homage to those classics called Xydonia.  Xydnonia is not simply a game that “feels” like those classics or has an enemy or two inspired by those games.  No, this is a tour de force challenger for […]

Wacky Wednesday: A Most Illegal Game

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For all the furor that erupts over the release of a game that “crosses the line” in the United States, full bans are never the end result. At most you see the occasional recall (see: Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas over the unfinished “Hot Coffee” content) or the ESRB threatening an Adults Only rating to prevent it […]

So Bad It’s Good: Run Like Hell (And Grab Your Bawls)

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A guy travelling through space arrives at his intended destination to discover nearly everyone on board is dead, and his love interest is missing. Occasionally with the help of a partner, but usually all by himself, he proceeds through the levels in third-person perspective, solving puzzles, reading other people’s e-mail, upgrading his arsenal, and destroying aliens […]

So Bad It’s Good – Dark Summit Rocked the Slopes

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If you ask someone to name a great snowboarding game from the PS2/Xbox/Gamecube generation, the only one that should come to mind for any normal person will have ‘SSX’ somewhere in the title. Anyone who’s first response is Dark Summit, published by THQ in 2001, isn’t in full possession of his faculties. Evidence for this […]

So Bad It’s Good: Circus Maximus for Xbox!

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Imagine for a moment you could step back in time, to relive the high glory days of Rome. To compete for honor and victory in a bloody chariot race, while the cheers of the spectators and the crack of the whip echo through your ears. 2001’s Xbox exclusive Circus Maximus: Chariot Wars tried to allow […]

Phantasy Star: Grandfather of Console MMO

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Phantasy Star Online was originally released on the Dreamcast as two separate games. An expansion was later released on the GameCube and Xbox with both games and extra content as one game. PSO was the first of its own kind a first massive multiplayer online games on a console. Sega had a massive success on […]


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