Retro

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

The Ataribox console will be like a NES Classic

Atari started teasing its Ataribox at E3 this year, promising a “brand new Atari product.” While we saw a 20-second YouTube teaser that hinted the machine would be housed in wood like the 2600. Since then, we have not heard much more, until now. Atari is now teasing more, including

SNES Rayman Game Re-Discovered In Playable Prototype

An unreleased Rayman game for the Super Nintendo, found after 24 years in 2016, has resurfaced with a playable demo. The series creator Michel Ancel rediscovered the game last year, and now another game developer, Omar Cornut, has posted it to the web so anyone can play it. He’d previously

SNES and NES mini, I don’t understand

I count myself lucky, I lived through a time when gaming really hit it off. The mid to late 90’s were a wonderful time to indulge in some video game fun and pop culture had my favourite characters at the forefront of everything. Mario cereal boxes, Sonic headphones, Cartoons on

SNES mini confirmed

Nintendo has finally confirmed the SNES mini. SNES mini – officially titled the Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System – will launch in the UK on 29th September. The console will again launch with 21 games pre-loaded onto the system – including the never-released Starfox 2. Classics such as

Atari confirms it’s making a new game console

Your favourite retro gaming icon wants back into the console business. Twenty four years after the company put out its last home console, Atari announced Friday that it will release a new console for an already crowded mass market. In an exclusive interview with GameBeats, Atari CEO Fred Chesnais confirmed

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