Originally released back in 1994, Super Shell Monsters Story (also known as Daikaijū Monogatari) was a Japanese exclusive adventure for the Super Nintendo published by Hudson Soft. Although proving popular enough to see its very own manga series, the title never left the Far East – at least until now. ROM hackers have finally released […]
If you’re yet to experience the RetroN 5, Hyperkin’s all-in-one system is a fantastic offering for retro gamers with limited space. Although equipped with five different cartridge slots compatible with up to nine different systems, it would appear a newer system on the horizon is about to go one better. The newly announced Retro Freak […]
In a similar style to the recently announced Banjo-Kazooie sequel, Metroid also looks set to receive yet another entry in the series, albeit an unofficial one. Metroid: Rogue Dawn is a newly announced prequel built from the ground up by hacking the Nintendo NES original and adding in some stunning new visuals and fantastic features.
They say that first impressions are important, and Demon Front makes one that is hard to forget – just one look will have you convinced that the game is a shameless Metal Slug clone. That’s an impression that persists when you actually play it, as there’s a distinct set of similarities between the two games […]
This post is written by Jake Parr. There are just not enough games that allow you to go in a one-on-one battle with Santa Claus. Anyway, Duke Nuclear Winter is an Xmas themed expansion pack for the smash hit shooter from 1996, Duke Nukem 3D. Developed by Simply Silly Software and released in 1997 (five days after Christmas), […]
As I make the finishing touches to this article, there is a knock at my door. It’s the postman. I thank him, I close the door and rush into my lounge eager to find out what’s inside my parcel. I tear it open like a kid on Christmas day, just like I do every time […]