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Rhythm-Heaven-Retrospective

Rhythm Tengoku/Heaven/Paradise (delete as region appropriate) celebrates it’s tenth birthday today so rather than contemplate how old we are getting when what feels like a “recent” game officially becomes “retro”, let’s look back at the very first game in the series to see exactly what made it so special. To really understand fully how the […]


PS-Vita-HENkaku-Running-Retro-Gaming-Emulators

For many retro gamers the Sony PlayStation Portable doubles up as a great emulation system, and it looks like its successor is set to follow in its footsteps. Just days ago an all new homebrew enabler known as HENkaku was released for the PS Vita which allows several different emulators to be run on firmware […]


Spyro-Game-Boy-Advance-English-Vs-Japanese

Ever since games have been sold from one country to another, there have always been changes made during the journey. The scope and reasoning behind adjustments to current games are being put under the microscope, however, it’s important to remember that localisation isn’t a one way street. It can be easy to think that Japan […]


1995

1995 was a great time for the Super Nintendo, but it was also a strange time for the Super Nintendo. It was the year that the 16-bit juggernaut would see many of its most memorable releases: Chrono Trigger, Terranigma, Earthbound, Diddy’s Kong Quest, to name a few. But apart from the sequel to Donkey Kong […]


Penultimate-Cartridge-for-VIC-20-Now-Available

If you prefer to get your retro gaming fix via the vintage computers on offer then look no further. Tynemouth Software have teamed up with leading classic hardware manufacturer TheFutureWas8Bit to release an all-in-one game cartridge for the Commodore VIC-20. Powered by WPeMatico


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The launch of the SEGA Saturn has gone down in gaming history as one of biggest missteps the industry has ever seen. SEGA’s lack of promotion and short sighted hardware specification meant that the the Saturn was doomed failure even as it hit the shelves. As Sony’s Playstation changed the gaming industry with state of […]


Collectors-Guide-To-The-PSP

The PSP (Playstation Portable) was Sony’s first attempt to enter the handheld gaming market back in September 1st 2005 (European market), it was competing back then with the Nintendo DS handheld. It had several re-designed models on later years usually aiming to have a sleeker design than the previous version while trying to retain as […]


Sonic-Mania-Announced

Last Night SEGA hosted a 25th anniversary event for their flagship character at San Diego Comic Con where they showcased not one, but two brand new Sonic The Hedgehog games. Fans of the series who have been let down in recent years will no doubt be left with their jaws wide open after this news, […]


Nintendo-NES-Mini-HDMI-Ready-Console-Announced

Whilst many of us thought Nintendo’s plan for retro gamers ended with the VIrtual Console, today’s announcement from the Japanese gaming juggernaut turned countless heads after appearing completely out of the blue. Believe it or not but the Nintendo NES hardware is set to make a prominent comeback this Christmas in miniature form, with pre-loaded […]


BT-Super-Nintendo-Digital-Download-Interactive-TV-Cartridge-Uncovered

Although there seems to be little mention of BT’s involvement with Nintendo in the mid-nineties, it would appear the tele-communications company was trialling a United Kingdom equivalent of Japan’s Satellaview service. Despite little record of BT’s testing, one retro gamer has uncovered the Super Nintendo cartridge which would have served a digital-download based service for the […]


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