The Nintendo 64 had it’s fair share of 3D platform games and one of it’s most celebrated titles, Super Mario 64, represents a highlight of the genre. Indeed, if you were a fan of platformers in the late 1990s then the N64 would probably have been the perfect system for you.
Sonic Xtreme has been seeing quite the resurgence as of late, but this takes the cake for the most impressive release to date. Forum member Andrew75 announced the release of never before seen iteration of Xtreme head programmer Ofer Alon’s V037 NV1. This is a PC port created by Jollyroger and it packs a staggering […]
Although the Sega Dreamcast was ahead of the curve in terms of technology, it never really utilised the widescreen displays that were hitting the shops at the time. A decade and a half later, fans of the console have somehow managed to use an Action Replay CDX / Xploder / Codebreaker cheat disc to make […]
At the start of the millennium Sega decided to gift its back-catalogue with modernised releases which utilised the PlayStation 2’s power. Each game was released as a standalone title in the Sega Ages 2500 collection, with the likes of Golden Axe, OutRun, Space Harrier and many others being updated with the 3D visuals. Amongst these […]
The impressive Centre for Computing History in Cambridge was the scene of the action yesterday as a new Kickstarter campaign to fund the new book on the Oliver Twins was launched. The book written by Chris Wilkins and Roger Kean will chronicle the astonishing rise of Andrew and Philip from their first type-in listing submitted […]
If you grew up in the 80s, you’ll no doubt be all too familiar with the British gaming hero Dizzy. The eggscellent adventurer found himself in countless quests spanning multiple systems, however, several tales from the land of the Yolkfolk remained untold – at least until now. Believe it or not but the Oliver Twins […]
While retro games in their physical form are still incredibly desirable and our first port of call for gaming action, flash cartridges have begun paving the way for much quicker and easier access to the games we love. With countless options on offer at varying costs, RetroCollect has compiled the ultimate and comprehensive guide to […]
The Sega Dreamcast is no stranger to aftermarket releases. The console which many view as having gone too soon holds what could be described as the most active homebrew scene around – with a handful of new games arriving on the platform each year. The latest of these hails from the retro publisher Hucast Games, […]