Seta's Rev Limit was shaping up to be one of the Nintendo 64's most promising racing games when it was hyped during the early days of the console's lifespan. Shots of the work-in-progress racer hinted at a real-world driving title with some impressive real-time lighting effects, variable weather conditions and a wide range of vehicles based on re [ … ]
When it comes to fan translation patches, we’ve all grown accustomed to the welcome arrival of newly accessible RPGs that never saw the light of day outside of Japan. Every once in awhile though we’ll see an obscure, unusual or different game which doesn’t entirely fit the turn based battling formula. The latest of these to turn our heads in an Eng [ … ]
As time and technology moves on we’re continually finding ourselves in a battle with our limited space. If we’re wanting to enjoy the best of both modern and retro games, compromises have to be met when it comes to televisions. With that in mind, those of you sticking with high definition displays will be pleased to know an all new 720p compatible [ … ]
While the Game Boy Color may not have as many memorable titles as it's predecessor, a groundbreaking release for Nintendo’s vibrant portable is imminent. Affinix Software recently revealed that their missing in action RPG Infinity, which was originally due for release in 2001, is nearing completion.
Comic fans are just as passonate about their hobbie as retro gamers are and in this case one fan site's research has benifited both. The Phantom fan site ChronicleChamber.com has uncovered playable ROMs for the unreleased The Phantom: Ghost Who Walks and Mandrake the Magician: Shadow of the Vehme Game Boy Advance titles.
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In 1987 the Commodore 64 platformer The Great Giana Sisters caused great controversy due to its striking resemblance to Nintendo’s Super Mario Bros. Although pulled from the stores the game has since become a cult classic and found itself widely available through pirate copies on a wide range of systems. As of today though, a team of Amiga develope [ … ]
If you’re familiar with the ins and outs of the emulation scene, you’ll no doubt know that the Sega Saturn is very much lagging behind. While there are emulators out there for the 32-bit console that just about do they job (and an impressive one gaining traction on Android devices), retro gamers finally have a promising new alternative through Medn [ … ]
Bournemouth, UK is probably best known for its stunning beaches, ornamental gardens and being the home of Retro Gamer Magazine. It is now also home to a brand new retro gaming event, and the inaugural Retropocalypse will be held at The Four Horsemen public house on Saturday 13th August 2016. RetroCollect will be supporting this new venture along [ … ]