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Game Boy Advance Sees final Castlevania Entry – Today in History – May 6th, 2003

Believe it or not, but back in the day, Konami knew how to make good games. Not just Pachinko machines using their popular franchises. Actual honest to goodness, good games. Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow is the final entry on the

Bandit Gaming- Unreleased Salamander HD Remake Android Version Leaked, We Review It

Konami used to make really cool games.  Stuff like Gradius, Contra and Salamander to name a few.  There were few methodical scrolling shooters that could hold their own against Konami’s best in the genre.  Salamander, titled Life Force for North

Lucky Rabbit's Foot: 4chan's Impressive Interpretation of Association Football

Before I start this next article proper, I’d like to make it clear that the content in this article is very off-color. While as a journalist, I will try to be as unbiased and professional as I can, the subject

Snatcher Being Ported to Nintendo Virtual Boy by Homebrew Developer

Snatcher, the digital comic that simply did not take off in North America like Konami would have liked.  Honestly, I cannot feign not understanding why it didn’t sell well.  First it was only available for an add-on device, the Sega

Suikoden Card Stories Now Available in English Thanks to Fans

The Game Boy Advance may be fringe for retro but here, we consider it as such. Suikoden Card Stories is a collectable card game that is somewhat tied to Suikoden II. Originally released in 2001, Suikoden Card Stories saw actual