Long before Sonic and Mario became best buddies and started prancing around together at the world’s Olympic venues, the idea of a crossover between the two was a hot prospect. Who wouldn’t want to see the most iconic stars of the 16-bit era team up – or better yet, face off? As it turns out, […]
Hi: I played rocket ranger before, on a commodore 64. I really loved the game, but was impossible for me to win. The arcade bits especially, were too hard for me. Now i would like to play the amiga version. Is it possible to beat rocket ranger on amiga ? too hard to win ?
Many retro gamers will be able to confidently discuss the ins and outs of their favourite series and how they came around, but one topic which is often overlooked is the localisation process. Countless classics we know and love have been translated from their Japanese origin into something we can easily understand, but more often […]
One of the greatest aspects to the classic hardware we are so familiar with today is often their unique sound output. Countless musicians have found fame through the all new genre of ‘chiptune’ which finds composers using old consoles or handhelds to produce their tracks. Instead of just providing these as downloadable MP3s, one label […]
Name: Adam Mrozinski Location: Michigan, USA Favourite Game: EarthBound Favourite System: NES/Famicom I was three years old when my father brought home an Atari 2600, set it up, popped in Pac-Man, handed me the joystick, and turned it on. I have never been able to stop playing or thinking about video games ever since. The […]
Hi Guys, A few people already know that I’m taking a break from Amiga coding and selling my gear (a few items will be appearing on AmiBay soon). I thought it would be nice to list all of the ports that I’ve been working on over the past few years since I got my first […]
With the release of the PS1 installment today, all three of the Umihara Kawase games- platformers built around swinging about on a fishing line- are available in English on Steam in a bundle-pack. Experience the agony of bungee-based defeat today! Released in 1995 on the SNES but only in Japan, Umihara Kawase is the highly-relateable tale […]