Monthly Archives: January 2014

Chuck Yeager's Fighter Combat ROM Released as Promised on the Nintendo Entertainment System

One of a kind, rare, games are something special. They garner a lot of news coverage, lots of words written in their honor and if it is the right game, can cause quite a stir within the gaming community (such

New Game: Redux: Dark Matters Now Available on Sega Dremacast

Hucast Games have been a long time supportor of the Sega Dreamcast and they continue that support with Redux: Dark Matters. This is another Kickstarter success story which allowed fans to help directly enfluance a game getting made or not.

Super 3D Noah's Ark Re-Released on Cartridge by Fans (Minus Crazy License Bypass Methods)

Wolfenstein 3D was a seminal release, it showed that PC’s of the time were quite capable of gaming and doing so in a manner that consoles at that time could not (though later it was proven they could, somewhat). Since

Classic Kong Cartridge Now Available

Donkey Kong can probably be credited with kicking off Nintendo as we know them now, or knew them as some might refer to the current state of gaming. Donkey Kong also set off several careers, most prominent of all being

New Game: NEO XYX for Dreamcast Coming in February

To say that the Neo Geo and Sega Dreamcast are systems that just won’t die is probably an understatement that many gamers can easily appreciate. Sure, most of the games are scrolling arcade shooters but we do get the occasional

Banshee's Last Cry, Super Famicom Exclusive, Officially Released on iOS

What do you do with a 20 year old, Super Famicom, visual novel that was pretty much a Japanese exclusive till now? If you are Aksys Games, you translate it and release it on iOS for a whole new generation

Screens: Pier Solar HD

Watermelon are not sitting around twiddling thumbs when it comes to creating games. After a successful Kickstarter campaign, Watermelon continued working on Pier Solar’s update, here are some screens to show that progress off.

Game Hack: The Legend of Zelda Simplified Released

For many, the original Legend of Zelda will forever be a title that is not finished and left on the “to finish” pile. That is where some ingenious fans come into play to simplify the proceedings. Make things easier.

Project Y Inches Closer to Release on Sega Genesis/Mega Drive

The Sega Genesis/Mega Drive is apparently not as dead as many would have thought. Sure, over the years there have been releases here and there but everything has been quiet recently. WaterMelon, the guys behind Pier Solar another Sega Genesis

Game Hack: Ogre Battle Hardtype Released (For those that want EVEN more Challenge)

A lot of fans were somewhat bewildered at the “Simplified” hacks of classic games. Keeping that in mind, check out this hack for Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen on Super Nintendo, great if the original was just