Late last month Sega fans were finally treated to a playable version of Sonic Xtreme, a long lost title in the blue hedgehog’s history. Although arriving as a Windows port, the team behind the project have finally figured out how to get the dated code running on the Saturn – something which you can now […]
With the recent release of the enhanced Raspberry Pi, it was only a matter of time before gamers pushed the pocket-sized computer to its limits. Taking the source code from the popular emulator Reicast, talented developers have managed to get Sega Dreamcast classics up and running on the Raspberry Pi 2.
Get ready to dust off that unloved and unused Super Nintendo Mouse that sits beside Mario Paint! Interactive-guru Toshio Iwai’s unreleased 16-bit debut Sound Factory has finally been made available to the masses – a creative and easy to use music studio for anyone with a SNES.
Time flies when you’re playing retro games, so much so it’s that time of year again where we gear ourselves up for a pixel-packed weekend at the seaside. Once again RetroCollect will be making a proud appearance at Replay Events’ Play Blackpool event next month, with plenty of gaming challenges on offer.
Hi just wondered if anyone knows where I can buy the amiga versions of Quake 2 and Payback. Both were available recently and now I want to buy them I can’t find either of them from any of the amiga retailers online.
The post Presented Without Commentary: Sonic Doesn’t Know What Piccolo Is appeared first on Sonic Retro.
When I first saw Street Fighter III, at the bottom of Sega World in the late Nineties, I instinctively hated it. Sure, it had Ryu and Ken, but I didn’t know who Dudley and Alex were, and wasn’t entirely sure why I should care. Street Fighter Alpha 3, which was just across from it, was […]
This post is written by Jake Parr. Hitman 2: Silent Assassin, released in 2002 by Io Interactive, is the best-selling Hitman game to date. Compared to the notoriously cheesy and dated Hitman: Codename 47 which was exclusive to the PC, Hitman 2 made its way to the Xbox, PlayStation 2 and Xbox as well. Campy writing, silly voice […]
Author: John Legendoffzelda For all the edge and shimmering visuals apparent throughout Castlevania: Dracula X, you can still see its creators reinstating the series’ strict roots and doing so with relative panache. No swinging from hooks, no whipping in a direction that isn’t directly in front of you, and … Continue reading
We recently covered a classic in the strategy genre, SSI’s Panzer General, and lauded it for its remarkable tactical flexibility and open-ended campaign mode. We also seem to be on a bit of a World War II kick lately, so today, let’s take a look at another commander in the field, as Koei also released […]