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Time flies when you’re playing retro games, so much so it’s that time of year again where we gear ourselves up for a pixel-packed weekend at the seaside. Once again RetroCollect will be making a proud appearance at Replay Events’ Play Blackpool event next month, with plenty of gaming challenges on offer.
Upon arrival on the Nintendo 64 in 1999, nobody really expected Super Smash Bros to become such a big hit amongst fighting game communities. With its later sequels become staple inclusions in tournaments worldwide, gamers have been fine tuning their fighting skills to become the best Nintendo brawler around. With the rules ever changing and challen [ … ]
We’re sad to say that the era of meeting up with friends to battle and trade through link cables is long gone. That said, those still hoping for this traditional method of multiplayer gaming are in luck. The newly announced TCPoke project allows those with the right hardware to trade amongst themselves through the internet with Pokemon Red, Blue, Y [ … ]
As a retro gamer you will have no doubt in your gaming life encountered troubles trying to get an older console to run on a modern display. From no signal whatsoever to disappointing quality, the sad reality is that our gaming past isn't built for HD Televisions - or is it? A new adapter is currently in development to bring a HDMI out port to the S [ … ]
Several years ago an early preview of a Dragon Force II fan translation patch was released by Verve Fanworks. Although making the Sega Saturn title more playable, a lot of the dialogue was yet to be translated including the game's all important story. After what is thought to be eight years in the making, the fan translation group have finally rele [ … ]
There's nothing worse than booting up one of your favourite titles only to find your save game has been lost due to a backup-battery running out of juice. While there are methods available to backup your efforts before the inevitable end of a battery's life, an all new USB solution has just been released allowing you to drag and drop your Nintendo [ … ]
Further proving there's still life and plenty of power in the Commodore 64 comes a brand new adventure currently in the works for the classic computer, Sam's Journey. Featuring incredibly lush visuals and super smooth scrolling, homebrew coders Knights of Bytes have recently released a small teaser of their upcoming title which looks set to put the [ … ]
In 2000 Konami released a follow up to their shipwrecked adventure Survival Kids on the Game Boy Color. Although remaining a Japanese exclusive until the series was revitalised under the new name Lost In Blue for Nintendo DS, fan translation efforts have finally brought Survival Kids 2: Dasshutsu! Futago Shima to English speaking audiences.
Last year brought around the discovery of an infinite lives glitch within Super Mario Bros, something that has laid dormant in Nintendo’s code for nearly three decades. This, however, isn’t the only secret hiding deep within the 1985 platformer. With the push of a few buttons, Princess Peach soon becomes the heroine on the timeless NES title.
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