Many years ago we found ourselves at the centre of confrontation over which gaming system was superior - something which often resulted in schoolyard fights and fan-boy wars. In 2013, however, one side - the Commodore Amiga - has gained the upperhand thanks to several Atari ST exclusives being ported over to its rival system, with Solomon's Key bei [ … ]
As Disney seem to be showing a real interest in reviving their classic video games as of late, what better a time to sit down and discuss those magical gaming memories with Mickey and the gang from years gone by. Join the RetroCollect Squad as they remininsce Disney's earlier days before wondering where the gaming magic went.
While the opinion on the Banjo-Kazooie series may be divided, the one thing Nintendo 64 fans can agree on is that the soundtracks Grant Kirkhope created for these two ambitious titles was fantastic. Luckily enough for us, Kirkhope has decided to release both of these scores on a pay-what-you-want basis for your listening pleasure.
Brett Hull Hockey on the Atari Jaguar was one of the more impressive titles the system was yet to see, only it never saw a retail release. While there is a ROM file of this prototype floating around, some users felt there was room for improvement and decided to update the roster to include 2013 NHL players, alongside several other enhancements.
If local news stations in the 1990s were to believed, video games were still a futuristic form of entertainment. In an attempt to explain this modern technology to the masses, several channels sent their reporters out to sit down with the fabled Lucasarts to find out more about their ground-breaking adventure games. Much to our surprise, somebody h [ … ]
While we're all familiar with the unreleased Sega Nepture, a Mega Drive and 32X combined into one, the Sega Pluto is one of the lesser known unfinished items. This one in particular was a Saturn console with the internet-ready hardware, the NetLink, built in. Although it was never mass produced, one ex-Sega employee has just stepped forward to show [ … ]
Based upon the hugely popular Shōnen Jump manga series written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure arrived on the Super Nintendo in 1993 courtesy of WinkySoft and Cobra Team. Despite being a fantastic hybrid blend of RPG / Point 'n Click genres, this innovative title remained a Eastern exclusive - one which has jus [ … ]
Join the RetroCollect Squad as they talk their way through the wonderful world of retro gaming.