Last year we brought to your attention the arrival of a fan-made project to demake the third adventure in the Monkey Island series. This Curse of Monkey Island fan game takes the original's cartoon graphics and presents them in a more traditional retro-Lucasarts feel. After a long hiatus, the developer has returned to showcase more of the upcoming [ … ]
It's that time of month again where we finally power down our consoles and step outside. The latest issue of Retro Gamer Magazine is due to hit the shops any time soon, offering plenty of promise for classic gamers this month. Fans of the Commodore Amiga are set to be rewarded, as are those nostalgic with the likes of Micro Machines.
In an attempt to rest our vocal chords between our usual lengthy discussions, RetroCollect FM's host Chris and co-host Karl sit down to discuss what's been happening in the retro gaming world. With the likes of the recent Resident Evil 1.5 leak and the unfortunate passing of Kenji Eno, hear our take on the latest retro news.
The recently released Retro City Rampage is nothing short of retro gaming nostalgia at its best. With development of the heavily influenced 8-bit title original starting out on the NES, it comes as no surpirse that the game's creator is set to pay further homage to the 8-bit era by including a playable version of the Grandtheftendo prototype in the [ … ]
In the early 90s an ambitious project was launched to bring the next level of video game entertainment to the masses. Virtual Reality was the buzz-word and gaming was heading down a futuristic path with Virtuality. This arcade system, however, was soon doomed and quickly forgotten - but its legacy can be enjoyed once more at Revival this year.
With the Sega and Nintendo range of systems being spoilt for choice in the flash cartridge department, it's only fair that the MSX range of computers get the same treatment. The MSX Cartridge Shop aims to bring these iconic computers up to date with the soon to be released, and rather powerful, MegaFlashROM SCC+ SD Card flash card.
If you haven't already been sold on the wealth of new releases heading to the Sega Dreamcast, then there is one more lined up for you. LEONA's Tricky Adventures is an all new Puzzle-Adventure due for release in July on Sega's fabled system and the Commodore Amiga, currently being funded on Kickstarter.
Join the RetroCollect Squad as they talk their way through the wonderful world of retro gaming.