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Anyone who grew up with a Nintendo NES will no doubt be able to work their way through the early areas of Super Mario Bros 3’s Grass Land – but could you beat all 90 of the game’s levels at the same time? Although impossible in theory, one retro gamer has stitched together a mosaic […]


As far as Role Playing Games go the much loved classic formula of turn based battles have taken somewhat of a backseat in the last few years. With the likes of Final Fantasy opting for more action-based combat, the days of battling through menus are numbered. That said, one of the most significant releases in […]


If you’re not yet sick of Flappy Bird, the averian adventures continue on with another outing on a classic console. Unlike the prior ports we’ve covered, the newest Flappy Bird recreation on retro gaming hardware programs the game on the fly within Super Mario World using nothing but Super Nintendo hardware. Powered by WPeMatico


Wrestling games have been seen as marmite for gamers for years, but love them or hate them, there are loads! This episode Paul, Phil, Chris and special guest Maffew Gregg of popular YouTube channel Botchamania sit down to discuss some of their favourite games. Powered by WPeMatico


By On 19 Mar, 2016 At 03:32 PM | Categorized As Classic | With No Comments

If there’s one complaint about the N64 that doesn’t centre around its trident-shaped control pad, it’s the visual output of the console. Most games on the console operate using a very aggressive form of anti-aliasing which results in a major loss of visual clarity, particularly on 2D objects. For some users, this simple bugbear has […]


By On 19 Mar, 2016 At 03:29 PM | Categorized As Classic | With No Comments

WG Labs has announced Master Of Orion’s sponsorship of Sci-Fi London, the annual film festival taking place in our fair capital from 27th April – 6th May 2016. Players will be able to get their hands on the revival of the classic 4X series, originally released in 1993, which features a huge cast of revered […]


By On 19 Mar, 2016 At 03:27 PM | Categorized As Classic | With No Comments

The original Dead Or Alive was a pretty successful game, in that it managed to rescue Tecmo from the brink of bankruptcy, but it was never a top-tier fighting game – and thanks to its infamous inclusion of wobbly chests for the female fighters, it was a bit of a punchline. Dead Or Alive 2 was […]


By On 19 Mar, 2016 At 03:24 PM | Categorized As Classic | With No Comments

There are too many names to list here – the likes of JAMMA+, Arcade Otaku, the Neo Geo Development Wiki and more have all been helpful – but man, do I love the people who share their expertise about arcade games online. I recently picked up a Neo Geo MVS motherboard from eBay, with the assurance that […]


Over the last few years the retro gaming community has been blessed with the creation of box protectors for a wide range of different shaped releases. Long gone are the days where we had to worry about our Super Nintendo classics being accidentally crushed during a gaming session. If you’re the type who invests in […]


Looking back in hindsight the 64-bit era of gaming consoles were far from being the revolutionary additions we were promised. Don’t get us wrong, we love the Nintendo 64 to bits but it’s safe to say that a lot of its software library featured blurry and muddy graphics. As of today though it appears game […]


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