So been playing around with some of the old games on my A4000d. Why is it some simply won’t run no matter how much I try? Even going into the startup and disabling all fast mem and such they just don’t go for example Drip freezes as soon as you get to the actual game. […]
I was honestly tempted to run this as ‘Something For The Weekend’. Oh crap, I guess this is a comment technically. Oh well. Original article. The post Presented Without Commentary: Hedgehog ‘Misjudges His Own Girth’ appeared first on Sonic Retro.
It’s not easy being a wrestling nerd. The constant questioning of your intelligence (“You do know it’s not real, right?”) is one thing, but the struggle to find good stuff to watch is more troublesome. Sure, you’ll get great matches in WWE and even the smaller American companies, but you’re missing out on a lot if […]
Here it is again, folks – after skipping out last week (how irresponsible of me!), I return again with a project that I think deserves a bit of time in the spotlight of our front page. This short film was animated by Sonicpox along with several other names within the community, all of which can […]
I’ve had to switch to v1.5.0 (I was trying to port v1.6.0 but was having compiler issues). Finally added ‘real’ MIDI support to this project after people have been asking me to do it for years 😉 Should be able to stick it up on AmiNet in the next couple of weeks.
Less than a month into my tenure on Retro Gamer, I learned something important about my editor Darran Jones: he’s not a fan of Dig Dug. Within a month, the fact that I’d even brought it up in the office prompted him to write this piece on why he loves Mr. Do! The argument is […]
In 1997 Japanese developers Fill-in-Cafe released another entry into their long running Asuka 120% Burning Fest series on the Sega Saturn known as Asuka 120% Limited. Not too long after the fighting game was hacked apart by fans (or possibly the game’s original team) and re-released under the new name Asuka 120% Limit Over – […]
Many know of the brilliant first-person shooter Duke Nukem 3D, which was packed with raunchy content, oodles of aliens to gib and massacre with an array of deadly weapons, maze-like missions and plenty of cheesy one-liners. Blood, on the other hand, is a lesser-known gem from the late nineties. Instead of sci-fi themes and nudity, […]