Monthly Archives: August 2014

Game Hack- Ghostbusters Not Only Back in Theaters but also Receive Color Fix on Sega Genesis

Since Ghostbusters is being re-released in theaters to celebrate its 30th anniversary, we figured it would be a good time to mention this color hack for their Sega Genesis game. The original suits in the 16-Bit game were not quite

Game Hack: Super Mario Bros 3 with Giana Sisters Levels, Yeah, Someone Took the Rivalry There

For the readers reading this that do not know what the Giana Sisters was about, it was basically a Super Mario Bros clone for computers. The Great Giana Sisters as it was officially titled (fans shortened it to simply Giana

Game Hack- Perfect Dark Takes Over Rolling Thunder on the Nintendo Entertainment System

Perfect Dark was an instrumental release on the Nintendo 64, it was the spiritual successor to Golden Eye 64 and gave gamers another game to flaunt in the face of Sega Saturn and Sony Playstation owners (neener neener). This little fact has

Bandit Gaming- Legend of Zelda – The Last Oracle In Development

The bastard child of the Zelda series, Zelda II, has become the inspiration for a fan game called The Last Oracle. The Legend of Zelda – The Last Oracle is a lot more action based than the Nintendo original but

Update- Elysian Shadows is Funded on Kickstarter, Going for Stretch Goals Now

We have just learned that Elysian Shadows has reached their funding goal on Kickstarter- $150,000. The team are working hard day and night to make ES the best game they can, this will not change due to funding coming. It

Happy 24th Birthday, Super Nintendo!

(The SNES is one year older than it was last year, so we updated our birthday tribute article, and by ‘updated’, we mean ‘changed a number in the title and re-posted it’. Come at us.) The hype was unreal. The

Game Hack: Pro Wrestling Becomes Impact Wrestling

Awhile back we covered a game hack for the Nintendo classic, Pro Wrestling, by pacnsacdave. In that version, Pro Wrestling became WWE Wrestling (we covered it in issue #2 of RGM and here onsite). Now, pacnsacdave has created an Impact

From Cartoon to Game #1: Jem and the Holograms

The premise is simple here, folks. We are going to look at a series of cartoons from the 80’s that deserve a game today. The first cartoon on our list is Jem and the Holograms which debuted in 1985. Jem

Bandit Gaming- Lion King 2 for Sega Genesis

Lion King was a popular movie and it was a popular video game license. Officially, there was no sequel released on the Sega Genesis but that has not stopped an unknown Chinese developer from creating a pseudo sequel.

Unreleased Game- Pinkie ROM for Super Nintendo Found and Released

Nearly 20 years ago an action platforming game called Pinkie was released for the Commodore Amiga computer. Pinkie was quickly forgotten due to there being a glutony of similar titles released during this time. Unbeknownst to gamers of the time,