Super Play issue 4 at Out-of-Print Archive

Super Play issue 4 has been released at Out-of-Print Archive. This release was scanned and edited by meppi and is available to download in its entirety. To accompany the February 1993 issue of Super Play online articles – taken from the magazine itself – have been chosen: interview with David Darling of CodeMasters on the GameGenie, Japanese feature: Tokyo Blues, Super Star Wars Review and [... read more ...]

The Retro League episode 43

The Retro League episode 43 has been released. The Retro League is a weekly podcast featuring news, discussions, links and more on all manners of retrogaming. The current, and previous episodes, can be downloaded for free from their website. Highlights this episode include: News Fatal Labyrinth for PS3 and Xbox 360 Big Book of Classic Adventure games Possibility of old consoles lost forever 8bit learning [... read more ...]

NintendoAge vol 4 issue 7 August 2010

Voluume 4, issue 7 (August 2010) of NintendoAge has been released. The monthly retrogaming ezine covers all things Nintendo and can be downloaded in PDF format for free from the NA website (a quick registration required). This issue’s highlights include: * More of Dr. Robbie’s Perlers of Wisdom * What did collectors do before the NA price guide? * Cracking the Gluk Code * Paulyshobby [... read more ...]

Snake on a Plane released on C64

  Released at the recent Connected 1 8-Bit party, Snake on a Plane has been updated and fully released by developer Ned Ryker of Snake Oil Software. The game is old style retro with music from the likes of Ben Daglish and Antony Crowther included. The game can be found at the Commodore Scene Database (CSDB) and downloaded for free. Weblink: Snake on a Plane [... read more ...]

Sega Saturn Magazine 37 released at Out-of-Print Archive

Issue 37, the final edition, of the Official Sega Saturn magazine has been released at Out-of-Print Archive. The release was scanned and edited by meppi. Accompanying online material for the release include an interview with Bizarre Creations (discussing Metropolis Street Racer for the Dreamcast), a special report on the JAMMA 1998 show and previews of Black Matrix and Marvel Super Heroes VS Street Fighter. The [... read more ...]

Morph released on C64

A new puzzle game called Morph has been released on the Commodore 64. Developed by The Mad Scientist, Morph is a conversion of the Amiga PD puzzle game Polymorph. Morph’s gamecard, with download link, can be found at the CSDb. Weblink: http://noname.c64.org/csdb/release/?id=93187

The Retro League episode 42

The Retro League episode 42 – Retro Lives! has been released. The Retro League is a weekly retrogaming podcast with news, discussions, links and more. Highlights of the podcast this week include: News Super Creepy Pokemon hack History of Nintendo Volume 1 Custom Desktop Arcade units Intellivision Lives! for the Nintendo DS Scott Pilgrim vs. the World and retro gaming Dragon’s Lair Trilogy for Wii [... read more ...]

Retroaction issue 4

  Features: Killer App: Strider A game that is so outstanding that you would buy the system just to play that game. The essential games that every retro gamer should play. This issue, it’s Strider for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis. Retro Respect: Raid on Bungeling Bay We’ve all missed a classic during our time (I know I have). This is where we pay respects to [... read more ...]

Retrogaming Times Monthly issue 75

Retrogaming Times Monthly issue 75 (August 2010) is available to read online or download in HTML format. Retrogaming Times Monthly is a long running HTML based ezine, featuring news, articles, and more on classic gaming from the 1970s to the 1990s. Previous editions of the ezine are also still available through the website’s archive section. Highlights this issue includes: ATTRACT MODE ¦ Press Fire To [... read more ...]

Halo 2600 released on Atari 2600

An astonishing development as Halo has been converted to the humble Atari 2600 console. While the visuals and design mechanics of the Xbox original couldn’t possibly be converted to the 2600, the developer has produced a fine run-’n’-gun version spanning dozens of screens. Still taking control of Master Chief, the player has to negotiate through enemy lines, grabbing power-ups, weapons – and all this in [... read more ...]

Zombie Calavera Prologue released on ZX Spectrum

Mojon Twins? Survival Horror? ZX Spectrum? Yes please. And that’s exactly what we’ve got with the twins’ latest ZX Spectrum offering. The player takes control of Santos Gimenez — a graveyard differ, no less — as he searches for his lost wife. However, along the way monsters will hinder our hero’s progress, but, luckily, Santos carries a rather handy shotgun. Alternatively, Santos can evade the [... read more ...]