There have been plenty of video games that have released over the course of the past few years that have taken advantage of the retro boom. Even the original heroes have returned for brief moments of glory, with games like Capcom’s Mega Man 9 reminding us why it’s so good to relive those glory days. But with every indie developer throwing ideas to the dart board to see which would stick, a team of ex-Wayforward Technologies employees founded Yacht Club Games. If their studio’s name is any kind of indication, they wanted to craft a high quality experience that would take you on a voyage of not only reliving childhood memories, but creating new ones as well. Hence, Shovel Knight was born on Steam, and more importantly the Nintendo Wii U and 3DS systems.