Retro

The best GameBoy Games to play

1. Tetris First Release: June 14, 1989 (Japan) Most people would say that Tetris is a wonderful and clever game – and as easy as it is to learn and play it, it’s pretty hard to master. All one had to do was to place some shapes in some certain order

Why I Love the GameCube

The reason I love the Nintendo GameCube is because it was released with three series that are still going strong today, and was a landmark console for the time it was around. The launch series I speak of are The Legend Of Zelda, which had been continued onto the console

The Top 5 Forgotten N64 Games

The N64 was not the finest hour for Nintendo. The decision to stick with cartridges not only made games for the system more expensive, but also forced some publishers to take their games to PlayStation knowing that the CD format was cheaper to use and allowed them more storage. One

Classic edition of PlayStation 1 announced

Following in the successful footsteps of Nintendo who in the past few years have released a NES Classic Mini and a SNES Classic Mini; Sony has announced this morning that they will release the PlayStation Classic, a mini PS One which will come with 20 pre-loaded games and be released

SNK announces Neo Geo Mini

You may have seen that Nintendo are enjoying a fair amount of success with their NES and SNES Mini Consoles. Well it seems SNK want a piece of the action too with the announcement of the NEO GEO Mini! The NEO GEO Mini will look like a miniature version of

Mini Commodore 64 Is Releasing Next Year

Another retro machine will be getting the plug-and-play treatment. Retro Games Limited has announced it is releasing a miniature version of the Commodore 64. Like other miniature systems, the C64 Mini is a small replica of the 1982 console. It features HDMI output, two USB ports, supports save states, and

Early development Sonic R Gameplay

For those youngsters who never played this game, Sonic R is a racing video game published by Sega for the iconic Sega Saturn console. Sonic R features all of the lovable characters from Sega’s previous Sonic games in a 3D racing game, including the likes of Tails, Knuckles, Amy, Sonic

The most valuable retro video games

You know what they say about games – the old ones are the best. And that’s not just because they were far more enjoyable than the likes of modern day games (i’m looking at you Call of Duty). Not only do they still work after many, many years, they can rake

Super Mario Bros on NES has sold for £23,000

It’s considered to be one of the most widely available and popular video games of all time, but there’s a good reason why this copy of Super Mario Bros. cost so much. The classic game was often bundled with the console, which means over 40 million copies of Super Mario

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