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Tanglewood-Mega-Drive-Homebrew-on-Kickstarter

After an incredible debut announcement just over a year ago, one of the hottest homebrew developments in the retro gaming world is now nearing release. Having turned to Kickstarter to help fund the project, the brains behind Tanglewood is aiming to get this upcoming game into Mega Drive consoles around the world come late 2017. […]


By On 16 Nov, 2016 At 03:28 AM | Categorized As Classic | With Comments Off on Review: MVS MagicKey (Neo Geo MVS To AES Adapter)
Review-Magickey-Converter

SNK’s Neo Geo is famous with gamers the world over, which is surprising when you consider that in terms of pure units sold, it barely registers on the scale. The SNES and Mega Drive – the Neo Geo’s contemporary rivals – outsold it by a considerable margin, yet the system still managed to attract a […]


By On 16 Nov, 2016 At 03:24 AM | Categorized As Classic | With Comments Off on Retro Game Hunting: Rome, Italy
Retro-Game-Hunting-In-Rome

It is said that all roads lead to Rome. If you’ve ever visited the city, it’s easy to see why mainland Europeans might’ve wanted an easy route there. No other European capital sports such a wealth of historical curiosities. From its incredible feats of human engineering in The Pantheon and The Colosseum, to some of […]


Discussion-Addiction-to-Video-Games

The retro gaming community is a wonderful place. Filled with plenty of like-minded individuals all focused on the love of pixels and a nostalgic past, it’s a great feeling being part of the second life we all lead through gaming. Having said that though, I’ve noticed a big increase in the number of fellow collectors […]


NeoSD-MVS-Flash-Cartridge

For many SNK’s Neo Geo platform has been a distant dream due to the ever rising price tags its accompanying software demands. Unlike the many other consoles out there the system has lacked a flash cartridge or equivalent method of loading game ROMs on the original hardware, which if anything has kept both the demand […]



Rayman-SNES-Prototype

Rayman is without doubt one of the greatest franchises to be born from the nineties, and one that proudly lives on even today. While many of us will remember Rayman from his early outings on the Sony PlayStation and Sega Saturn, the creator of the series has just unveiled an early Super Nintendo prototype of […]


Links-Awakening-64-Nintendo-64-ROM-Hack

For many retro gamers, it’s a hard choice to make when it comes to picking the greatest game in the Legend of Zelda series. While many will vouch for the Nintendo 64 classic, or the Super Nintendo epic, there’s still a vocal minority that stand by the Game Boy’s timeless entry in Link’s Awakening. One […]


By On 19 Oct, 2016 At 03:07 AM | Categorized As Classic | With Comments Off on RetroCollect Video Game Database Update: Nintendo DS
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If there is one update to our Video Game Database that you have been asking for a lot, it is certainly adding the Nintendo DS. Well, the day has finally come, you can start tracking your DS collections right now! Continue reading to find out how many games there are for the DS and more. […]


4th-and-Inches-Retrospective

When you think of good, well known gridiron video games, what immediately comes to mind? Madden? Highly likely. NCAA Football? Probably. Tecmo Bowl? Absolutely. How about 4th & Inches? Probably not. With the current American football season now in full swing and 4th & Inches a mere handful of weeks away from celebrating it’s 30th […]


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