Category Archives: News

Nintendo Switch Receiving Night Trap with Extras

Anyone old enough to remember the original run for Night Trap? If so, you probably remember the underhanded way that Howard Lincoln, acting executive vice president of Nintendo of America, back stabbed Sega at the senate hearings in December 1993.

Sega Classics Hitting Nintendo Switch this Summer, Phantasy Star and Thunder Force IV Confirmed

Sega is sitting on quite the plethora of classic titles. Titles that would likely do well with nostalgia minded gamers today. If only Sega would give those retro minded gamers a chance to play them. It seems that Sega is

Portable Final Burn Alpha Brings Arcade Classics to Nintendo Switch

Considering the Nintendo Switch has been opened up to the independent homebrew community, it is was just a matter of time before emulators started appearing. One of the early ones is PFBA (Portable Final Burn Alpha). What is unique about

Square Enix Updates Chrono Trigger on Mobile, Steam

Chrono Trigger was one of those role-playing games that made Super Nintendo owners jump with glee upon release. It was simply a game that Sega had no competition for and SNES fans knew it. This was before Square Enix jumped

Game Boy Color Game Airaki Released

When it comes to the Game Boy the selection of independently developed and released titles is quite a mixed bag. Some games are simply stunning while others are, well, the Game Boy line was a great portable lineage wasn’t it?

R-Type II Android is on Sale

The classic R-Type II is on sale right now on Google Play. This is one of the classic side scrolling shooters of yesteryear. This was one of the better-looking shooters back in the day, and it still is. On mobile

My Favorite Gaming Hidden Gems, Part Four: Theresia (2008, DS)

I’ve been playing and collecting video games since the early 1980’s, and while there’s something to be said for enjoying the greats of the gaming world, there’s no better feeling for me than picking out something I’d never heard of,

Sonic CD Joins Sega Forever on Mobile

Sega is pushing their retro games with this Sega Forever project over on mobile platforms. On one hand it is awesome because you can play the full game with intermittent advertising pop up (free to play basically) or you can

The Game Park 32 and Five Games You Need to Play

Way back in November 2001, Game Park released a little hand held that never made it out of South Korea. That means most of you reading this probably have never heard of it. My goal with this article is to

Switchblade II for Atari Lynx Sees First Hack Released

It is not all that often that I get to write about Atari Lynx hacks. This could be because there simply are not a lot of them. It could be because the portable was not all that popular. It could