Does Mario belong in a gallery?
Have you noticed that Sega has been releasing a lot of HD ports on Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network recently? They released Crazy Taxi, Daytona, and we’ve got Jet Set Radio coming up soon too. The game everyone keeps asking about is Shenmue. Will we ever see an HD port of that wonderful [...]
The Neo Geo X portable is making its way to North America thanks to Tommo Inc., and Europe, the Middle East, and Australia thanks to Blaze. This bad boy comes packed with 20 classic Neo Geo games. All we know right now is that it will be released during Q2 2012, just in time for the Neo Geo's 20th Anniversary. Time to get excited folks!
For all you Neo Geo MVS/AES, and Dreamcast fans out there, NG: Dev team has been hard at work on Gunlord for ages now, and they’ve finally announced the release dates for the different versions. - Gunlord MVS: 26th March - Gunlord Dreamcast: 14th June - Gunlord AES: 2nd quarter 2012 If that [...]
What better way to prepare for the amazing Xenoblade Chronicles than to experience this gem?
Tim's back for some more retro love, this time with the cult classic Alundra. If you like Zelda, you simply must experience this PS1 gem.
Jarrod takes a look at two Saturn classics, NiGHTS into Dreams and X-Men vs. Street Fighter. These are gems everyone should have the chance to experience at least once. For would be Saturn collectors, this is a great place to start.
Moreso than many other RPGs this generation, the Persona series has remained a close favorite of mine. After playing both games on the PlayStation 2, I can say with complete certainty that Persona 5 is my most anticipated role-playing game for this generation. That’s right. Forget Mass Effect 3. Give me Persona 5.
Given all the retro talk Steven and I have been doing lately, I thought this would be a really cool feature to introduce. I’m certain you guys have enjoyed my little offscreen Sega Saturn videos, well now it’s time to crank it up a notch with… Remembering… The idea is simple, take a game you like, [...]
It's retro time! Even though we're all crazy busy playing all the new releases, Jarrod finds time to take a whole bunch of videos of his Sega Saturn collection. Not only does he talk about the games, but also about the hardware and a few interesting elements that most new Saturn owners often overlook. This will be an ongoing video feature that will evolve in the next few weeks.
On September 29th, 1996 Nintendo released the Nintendo 64 (N64) in North America. While I might be a day late with this article, I felt it was important to honour the date just the same. The N64 was originally unveiled at Nintendo’s Spaceworld event as the Ultra 64. Anyone remember [...]
Operation Rainfall has proven unsuccessful thus far in bringing games to North America, but history has shown it's far from the first time North American gamers have been left out. This Retro Journal entry looks at the unexplored origins of survival horror: Sweet Home!
The definitive version of a timeless classic is finally here. Does it hold up well after all these years? Is it a full-fledged remake in every sense? Read on to find out! [google1]
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