For my next revision to theÂ Cheapest Games series , weâ€™ll take a new look at the original Xbox. Â While a handful of these games might have follow-ups on the 360, I think youâ€™ll find that the majority of these games are still quite relevant today and are still worth looking into â€” especially for their rock-bottom prices. This time, I’ve also split up the list to separate the … [ Read More... ]
Fans of Retro Gamer’s hardware bookazines will be pleased to hear that they are now available to buy for Kindle. The Classic Videogames Hardware Genius Guide is available now for jus £5.81 and features in-depth guides to some of the best computers and consoles of all time. The Amiga, Super Nintendo, PC Engine, Atari 2600 and ZX Spectrum are just a few of the machines featured, and all come with … [ Read More... ]
Presented by Dylan, Christoph, and Racketboy
The RetroGaming 101 series is aimed at gamers who are just starting out in the classic gaming scene or are curious about an older console that they don’t know much about yet.
The Neo Geo family of hardware began with the Neo Geo MVS (or Multi Video System) released by SNK in 1990. Boasting incredibly powerful specs and high quality titles, the Neo Geo … [ Read More... ]
Let’s Get Shakes With PBC
This episode features an interview with Brett Vanderbrook and Chad Williams of PBC Productions, the company responsible for The New Adventures of Captain S and many other innovative, interesting, and engaging gaming-related video projects. Brett and Chad sat in to discuss the past, present, and future of PBC, reflect on their work on Captain S, and to offer a very special final farewell to … [ Read More... ]