It’s finally time for another update of the RetroCollect Video Game Database, and it’s the most massive one yet as we look across the pond and fill the gaps in our US database, adding over 6000 titles. Continue reading to find out which US systems were added exactly and what else was changed.
As sure as the air gets crisp and the leaves turn brown (or green if you’re upside down in the world), the Sonic Hacking Contest is live once more for the next generation of game hackers and homebrewers. We’re partnering with SSRG once again to see what the more creative of you can do given […]
Several years ago saw the arrival of Final Fantasy VII on the NES. This unusual and mostly unexpected Chinese release from Shenzhen Nanjing was soon flooding the bootleg cartridge markets, with countless games sporting Advent Children style packaging entering Nintendo collections worldwide. Another title hailing from the same developers was a Pokemon Yellow remake for […]
No matter how old the hardware may be, the Super Nintendo is capable of producing some absolutely stunning sounds and melodies. Of the many titles utilising this powerful audio range, Chrono Trigger’s soundtrack is often regarded as holding some of the best 16-bit compositions ever made. In an attempt to expand this game’s music, ROM […]
In 1984 animation gurus Studio Pierrot released a space-western styled anime which would go on to hit US audiences under the name Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs. Although only lasting a year and fading into obscurity, the series is finally set to receive a video game adaptation 30 years later – one set for […]
Pity the poor 32X – while theoretically a sound idea, the Mega Drive upgrade just couldn’t compete with dedicated 32-bit consoles, leading to a short and undignified life. However, it did have some highlights and Sega’s excellent conversion of Virtua Fighter was definitely one of them. AM2’s arcade classic was the perfect fit for the add-on. The flat-shaded […]