Monthly Archives: April 2014

Game Hack: Super SpongeBob Kart for Super Nintendo

When Nintendo dropped the Mario universe into a kart racing engine, it was all new and unique. Sure, Nintendo expanded the Mario universe in the past with titles such as Dr. Mario but this was the first time that Mario

Simon Belmont Cracks His Whip on the NES: Today in History- May 1st, 1987

The Nintendo Entertainment System has many iconic titles available for it from the Mario series to the Mega Man games. One series that is just as iconic and also started on the NES is Konami’s Castlevania series. Today, in 1987,

New Game: Star Keeper For NES Announced

New Nintendo Entertainment System games is quite a rarity, there simply are not a lot of them coming out. In issue #2 of RGM one new NES game was detailed but here is another that came out too late to

Retro Gaming Magazine Issue #2 Released

It is a little over a week late but here is the second issue of Retro Gaming Magazine.  This issue features the debut of the “Game Hacks” column, the return of the “Post Mortem” column and an exclusive interview with

Magician Lord Brings Adventure Gaming to the Neo Geo: Today in History- April 26th, 1990

The Neo Geo had a bright future early on before SNK hit fighting game gold with certain games. Titles such as Nam 1975, Baseball Stars and Neo Turf Masters led gamers to believe the Neo Geo was going to be

Retro Game Sales for April 26th, 2014

Retro sales are picking up as we enter the summer months and more and more gamers are looking for that great deal to drop cold hard cash on.  Companies want gamers to buy from them, especially now that there is

Splatterhouse Brings Home Blood, Guts and Ski Masks to Turbo Grafx-16: Today in History- April 21st, 1990

When NEC released the Turbo Grafx-16 in North America it was instantly the underdog in gamer’s eyes. This was the first outing for NEC in this territory and for all intents and purposes, no real name brand games were available

Tech Demo: Day of the Tentacle Running on Sega Genesis

While not complete by any means, this tech demo of the LucasArts classic, Day of the Tentacle, running on the Sega Genesis is impressive. Work is continuing tentatively at the moment.

Knuckles Spins Off Into Own Game in Knuckles Chaotix on Sega 32X: Today in History- April 20th, 1995

Knuckles was one of the few secondary characters from a game to get their own game (Zero the Kamikaze squirel was another). Sega saw something in the little red echidna, enough to warrant at least one outing of his own.

Retro Game Sales for April 19th, 2014

Massive list of games on sale this weekend with many newcomers to the discount world.  From Gamefly to Dotemu and GoG.com and everything in between.  Check out the sales below: