Monthly Archives: March 2014

Bandit Gaming: Lego Batman for Sega Genesis

Everyone knows that Lego Batman never came out on the Sega Genesis. The problem is, no one told some Russian hackers who created it and it is now available on Ebay.co.uk, right now (well, less than a day left). From

Game Hack: Normal Mario Bros (Super Mario Bros NES)

The original Super Mario Bros did not feature realistic physics by a long shot, though judging by the scenery who would have expected realism? What if Mario was given a normal height jump instead of his NBA slam dunk style

Game Hack: Sonic Winter Adventures (Sonic 1 Hack)

Since there are more than a couple of Sonic the Hedgehog fan s out there, it is only fitting to bring more news about unique and interesting hacks. Sonic Winter Adventures is just that, an interesting and unique hack. New

Retro Gaming Magazine #2 Preview and Cover Reveal

We have had to hold back releasing the cover of our second issue as we worked with the artist to get it just right (great art doesn’t just happen). With our second issue we will continue our efforts to feature

Game Hack: God of War on NES

Everyone knows that God of War is a Sony owned intellectual property, one that would probably never be made available on a Nintendo system. That hasn’t stopped some ingenuitive game hackers who have created a God of War game on

Airaki Game Play Video Released (New Game Boy Color Puzzle Game)

Airaki, the new Game Boy Color puzzle game that is similar to Puzzle Quest, now has a game play video available. In this video the battle system is shown off, along with some explanation of the festivities that are shown

Fan Translation: Comix Zone Now Available in Spanish

When Comix Zone hit the Sega Genesis in 1995, it was beyond different but still familiar at the same time. This is an action/platformer/brawler title which was pretty popular back in the day, just not in 1995. Sega missed the

Today in History: March 23rd, 1993- Star Fox Brings Polygons to SNES

It is no secret that the Super Nintendo was lacking the CPU speed area and was simply not capable of large polygon based graphics on its own. Nintendo solved this problem with expansion chips, much like they solved dissimilar problems

Today in History: March 22nd, 1994- Shining Force CD Slashes onto Sega CD

Shining Force is one of those series that Sega really dropped the ball with, the whole “Shining” series probably became too dilluted and convoluted for Sega to keep up with it. So they dropped it like a hot potato. Unfortunate

Retro Sales for March 22nd, 2014

Classic gamers, here are the games that are on sale this weekend.  Grab some really cool games at great prices while they are still this low.