The Wolf Among Us Finale Drops Next Week
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The Wolf Among Us Finale Drops Next Week

If you’ve been keeping up with The Wolf Among Us, you’ll be glad to know that the finale is upon us. Due out next week, Telltale Games will put out the fifth episode of  its latest endeavor for the masses [&#... Read More»
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Final Fantasy Creator Working on Free-to-Play Mobile RPG Terra Battle
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Final Fantasy Creator Working on Free-to-Play Mobile RPG Terra Battle

The man who brought Final Fantasy to light so many years ago is prepping for a big debut at this year’s Japan Expo in Paris. As reported on Famitsu (thanks, Destructoid!), Hironobu Sakaguchi and his studio Mistwalker will be revealing [&#... Read More»
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Unity Launches Developer Profiles With République’s Camouflaj Team
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Unity Launches Developer Profiles With République’s Camouflaj Team

GG3 writes: “Development tool creators Unity have started to advertise their product through developer profiles and iOS game République’s Camouflaj team is the first to talk shop. Some of the clip also goes behind the scenes to show the game being made with the engine.&#... Read More»
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Alone in the Dark hits iOS
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Alone in the Dark hits iOS

Horror gaming fans know how sparse the offerings were in the early 1990′s. There simply were not a lot of choices, though what was available was pretty good. One such title, many feel is the originator of the genre, Alone in the Dark, is now available on iOS (no word on the unofficial Dreamcast port ... Read More»
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King Reveals Bubble Witch Saga 2 For Facebook And Mobile Devices
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King Reveals Bubble Witch Saga 2 For Facebook And Mobile Devices

GG3 writes: “Publisher King Digital Entertainment, those people with the whole Candy Crush Saga debacle, announced Bubble Witch Saga 2. It’s a follow-up to one of their original success stories, started on Facebook in 2011.&#... Read More»
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New Game: Haunted House on iOS, Original 2600 Game Now Endless Runner
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New Game: Haunted House on iOS, Original 2600 Game Now Endless Runner

The Atari 2600 is known for being prolific in what was made available for it, even games that it honestly was not capable of supporting. Developers back then were trying new things with every release, and without the Internet for immediate response they were slow to capitalize on what worked and what didn’t. Haunted House ... Read More»
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R.B.I. Baseball 14 Returns
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R.B.I. Baseball 14 Returns

R.B.I. Baseball, the Tengen classic digital version of America’s favorite past time, has returned to gaming after a two decade plus hiatus. Hitting Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Android and iOS (no word on a Windows Phone or PC version) R.B.I. Baseball 14 is designed to be a fast playing game, not so much a number ... Read More»
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Metal Slug Defense Review by Retro Gaming Magazine
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Metal Slug Defense Review by Retro Gaming Magazine

SNK Playmore are opening up a bit with their games, proof being this one, Metal Slug Defense for Android and iOS. This is not the normal Metal Slug all-out action that gamers are used to but instead, the Metal Slug world retrofitted into a Tower Defense engine. The funny thing is, it works... Read More»
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Retro Game Sales for May 3rd, 2014
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Retro Game Sales for May 3rd, 2014

Another weekend is upon gamers which means that it is time to tell everyone about the great retro related game sales that are going on right now with the various online stores. From iOS and Android to consoles and PC, there is something here for just about every current platform available... Read More»
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Retro Sales for April 26th, 2014
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Retro Sales for April 26th, 2014

Retro sales are picking up as we enter the summer months and more and more gamers are looking for that great deal to drop cold hard cash on. Companies want gamers to buy from them, especially now that there is so much overlap with games and content across stores, it boils down to customer care ... Read More»
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Out There iPhone Review @GamerFitnation
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Out There iPhone Review @GamerFitnation

GFN: If Out There does one thing well, it’s making the player feel as hopeless as the game’s main character.The feeling of hopelessness that the game produces in the player is good because it means the game did a great job establishing its atmosphere. – Zachary Bridge... Read More»
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Splatterhouse Brings Home Blood, Guts and Ski Masks to Turbo Grafx-16: Today in History- April 21st, 1990
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Splatterhouse Brings Home Blood, Guts and Ski Masks to Turbo Grafx-16: Today in History- April 21st, 1990

When NEC released the Turbo Grafx-16 in North America it was instantly the underdog in gamer’s eyes. This was the first outing for NEC in this territory and for all intents and purposes, no real name brand games were available or on the horizon for this new console. NEC had a tough road to walk ... Read More»
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Gunbird 2 on iOS and Android in Korea (Hope for Further Release Rises)
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Gunbird 2 on iOS and Android in Korea (Hope for Further Release Rises)

Android and iOS are not new to getting retro scrolling shooter re-releases. Titles such as Ikaruga, Espgaluda and the Raiden series have all made the jump to touch screen devices. Now, Gunbird 2, can be added to the growing list of retro shooters gamers can now enjoy on the go.Gunbird 2 originally hit the arcades ... Read More»
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Vay Brings Phantasy Star Role Playing to the Sega CD: Today in History- April 14th, 1994
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Vay Brings Phantasy Star Role Playing to the Sega CD: Today in History- April 14th, 1994

The Sega CD was known for one thing, other than a lot of full motion video games, and that was animated introductions. Vay came to North America via Working Designs with a fully animated Anime style introduction that told the story. Interspersed throughout the game, at key moments, additional animation is used to further the ... Read More»
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Crazy Taxi Review by Retro Gaming Magazine
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Crazy Taxi Review by Retro Gaming Magazine

When Sega released the Dreamcast almost 15 years ago, it was a revolutionary system, just gamers weren’t all that interested in supporting Sega after the way the Saturn was turned to pasture. During the short life of the Dreamcast there were more than a few iconic games released, one of which was a port of ... Read More»
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