The Lost Boys Finally See Game Release on Nintendo Entertainment System
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The Lost Boys Finally See Game Release on Nintendo Entertainment System

The Lost Boys, a cult classic movie from the late 80’s about a group of vampires living the surfer style life in California, is finally the subject of a Nintendo Entertainment System. The Lost Boys on the NES is a 2D side scrolling action adventure title which is available on cartridge from Chipmasters. Interestingly, this ... Read More»
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Scram Kitty DX PS4 Review
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Scram Kitty DX PS4 Review

for anyone who loves a challenge, then Scram Kitty DX is a definite pick-up! The game looks kinda cute and simple, but it’ll also test your patience and perseverance; the one aspect I thought would completely push me away from this game – the limited shooting direction – is the one part that I didn’t ... Read More»
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Take Kratos to Hades and Back in God of War for Playstation 2 – Today in History – March 22nd, 2005
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Take Kratos to Hades and Back in God of War for Playstation 2 – Today in History – March 22nd, 2005

God of War was one of the first games that I saw on the Playstation 2 that really made me sit up and take notice. I knew of the PS2 prior to God of War but it was more passive interest for me. The idea of controlling this guy that was to take on the ... Read More»
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Boulder Dash Finally Sees Light of Day on Mattel Intellivision
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Boulder Dash Finally Sees Light of Day on Mattel Intellivision

The Mattel Intellivision was quite the unique console, it was not all that well received by the fans of the time but #retrogaming fans are reviving it on a regular basis. One such revival for the Mattel Intellivision is a new release for a game that Atari had a hold on, Boulder Dash. Thanks to ... Read More»
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What Would Legend of Zelda- Wind Waker Look like on the Super Nintendo?
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What Would Legend of Zelda- Wind Waker Look like on the Super Nintendo?

Recently we asked what would Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon look like on the Commodore 64. This week we are asking, what would The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker look like on the Super Nintendo? Thanks to a DeviantArt member, we don’t have to wonder what it might have looked like, we can see it. ... Read More»
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SEEP Universe Looks to Revive the 8-Bit Action Platform Scene on PC
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SEEP Universe Looks to Revive the 8-Bit Action Platform Scene on PC

The old saying “you can never have too much” was probably not mumbled thinking of 8-Bit inspired action platform games. That doesn’t mean we can’t use it here though. SEEP are working on releasing a full length game called SEEP World on PC. This is a completely new, original, 2D side scrolling action platform game ... Read More»
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Targa aka Rendering Ranger ROM for Super Nintendo Released
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Targa aka Rendering Ranger ROM for Super Nintendo Released

Back in November we covered the looming release of Targa, aka Rendering Ranger, for the Super Nintendo. For those that don’t remember Targa was a Japanese exclusive and a prototype of the English version was found and purchased. NintendoAge released a, very, limited run of cartridges (150 to be exact) after which the new ROM ... Read More»
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Be the Worm in Earthworm Jim Special Edition for Sega CD – Today in History – March 15th, 1995
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Be the Worm in Earthworm Jim Special Edition for Sega CD – Today in History – March 15th, 1995

New intellectual properties (IP) are hard to get off the ground, this has been true for most of human consumer history. What do you do when you have a hit though and there are multiple platforms to available? You make a special edition that features extras not in other versions. Movie buffs know this as ... Read More»
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PSA: GTA Online servers back up and running following Heist launch issues
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PSA: GTA Online servers back up and running following Heist launch issues

Following a shaky launch yesterday, Rockstar has managed to get Grand Theft Auto Online‘s servers back up and running at full capacity. Yesterday, the game was plagued by various issues that were preventing players from getting into Heists and other activities in Grand Theft Auto Online, with Xbox 360 and Xbox One being the hardest ... Read More»
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Adventure Island Being Ported to Atari 2600 as Expedition Island
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Adventure Island Being Ported to Atari 2600 as Expedition Island

Atari is in the news a fair bit lately, from the recently discovered Alien vs Predator for Atari Lynx prototype (the third such version) to the recently released/announced Atari Jaguar games. Tack on another title to the growing list of new Atari games, this time it is Adventure Island getting ported to the Atari 2600. ... Read More»
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Slain Successfully Funded on Kickstarter with Time to Spare
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Slain Successfully Funded on Kickstarter with Time to Spare

Late last year we covered Slain, previously called 7 Towers, and how it was coming this year. The team behind Slain have since then put the game on Kickstarter and just recently successfully passed their minimum goal. Now Slain will finish its Kickstarter run in about 18 days so there is plenty of time to ... Read More»
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Grand Theft Auto V Heists update adds nine new Achievements/Trophies
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Grand Theft Auto V Heists update adds nine new Achievements/Trophies

This week’s Heist update for Grand Theft Auto V will add nine new Achievements/Trophies to the game. Xbox Achievements lists the new additions that include setting up a Heist, sharing the loot, spending money, earning medals, and completing various Heists. You can read the full list here. As well as this, according to reports, the ... Read More»
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Who Built the Better 16-Bit Mickey Mouse Trap?
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Who Built the Better 16-Bit Mickey Mouse Trap?

For the sake of fairness here I am going to keep this comparison discussion squarely in the 16-Bit era of gaming. That means we won’t be comparing the Game Boy, Game Gear, Nintendo Entertainment System or Sega Master System versions of the Mickey Mouse games. Sure, there were plenty on those platforms, most by Capcom ... Read More»
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Last Ninja 2 on Konix, Video and New Screens
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Last Ninja 2 on Konix, Video and New Screens

Earlier this year we covered the announcement that Last Ninja 2 for the Konix Multisystem retrogaming platform. Now, there has been a slight update made available. Namely a video of the game running in a Konix emulator which shows the disks were still good and readable and some new screenshots. This is exciting news considering ... Read More»
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Five Great Side Scrolling Action Games that are Not Mario
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Five Great Side Scrolling Action Games that are Not Mario

It is no secret to retrogaming fans that Nintendo single handedly revived the North American video game market with their Nintendo Entertainment System and a little game called Super Mario Bros. Nintendo was not new to the North American gaming world, they had several titles out on earlier consoles when they were, what would later ... Read More»
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