This Sunday, 15th November 2015, the first ever London Gaming Market is being held at the Royal National Hotel in Russell Square, London. For £5 early entry or £2 standard entry, you’ll be able to browse the gaming wares of a variety of traders. We caught up with Andy Brown to ask him a few […]
From the early days of NESticle offering Nintendo NES action on 486 computers, emulation has always been something I’ve followed closely. The ability to have our gaming past on newer platforms has always been a fantastic asset to retro gamers, and the perfect excuse to avoid digging out and hooking up your consoles in the […]
Over this past summer, Retro Game Network, alongside of many other retro and modern video game blogs, had reported that a prototype of the unreleased “SNES-CD“, also known as the “Nintendo Play Station”, had been found. There were a LOT […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
Over the last few years we’ve seen a plethora of unofficial aftermarket consoles up for sale. The Super Retro Trio, RetroN5, and even the SupaBoy have all provided alternative ways to enjoy our Super Nintendo favourites. If that wasn’t enough already, an all new SNES handheld known as the Pocketgame Hamy has arrived via Chinese […]
Back in 2009 an all new title hit the vintage Magnavox Odyssey platform, arriving as the first game for the system in 36 years. This homebrew release known as Odball has just seen a limited edition re-release, arriving complete in box with screen overlays too.
As many know, Conker’s Bad Fur Day for the Nintendo 64 originally started life as a much more gentle and polite platformer in the Rare development studios. Following early criticism around Rare’s safe and family friendly approach, Twelve Tales Conker 64 saw a radical change to the foul-mouthed adventure we know and love today. For […]