While Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon may only exist because of the incredible success of its parent game in blowing away its Kickstarter goals, letting its status as a side-project keep you from buying it would be a terrible mistake. It may be a side-project, sure, but it’s definitely a good one.
If you’re a fan of the Sonic games but skipped out on last year’s Sonic Mania because you were hoping for a physical release, then you’re in luck: the game will be receiving a physical release on the PlayStation 4, XBOX One, and Nintendo Switch on July 17, 2018! What’s more, this
In honor of the Blue Bomber’s 30th anniversary, Mega Man 11 is heading to consoles and the PC on October 2, 2018. This new entry into the long-running series of action-platformers is the first original game released since 2010’s retro-inspired Mega Man 10. After having released two games that were inspired by the
Mega Cat Studios is an independent group of artists and developers from all around the world that has set its sights on helping players relive the nostalgic 8 and 16-bit eras with unique, brand-new “retro” experiences. In a world where cloud-based storage and digital retro-style games are a dime-a-dozen, Mega
The Super Nintendo is making another comeback thanks to the fine folks at Analogue, who will begin shipping their new “Super Nt” console sometime next month. The Super Nt prides itself on being built on an FPGA (an actual circuit) as opposed to making use of emulation techniques. As such,
Good news for all you retrogamers out there: CES isn’t always about making bold strides into the future. Hyperkin has just unveiled what it’s tentatively calling the “Ultra Game Boy” and is it ever a treat for those who are really into the classics. This new piece of hardware won’t
My friends at IndieGala recently sent over their new “12 Days of Indie” Bundle which comes jam-packed with games, offering both a $1.00 option and a $4.36 option. If you opt to just spend $1.00, you’ll get three odd-ball games I’ve never heard of: Molemen Must Die!, Over 9000 Zombies!, and Zombo Buster Rising. However,
So, today I turned 33, which not only means that this is the start of the last year that I can rightly say that “I’m in my early-30s,” but it’s also given me an opportunity to reflect back on a lot of things. One of the things that I’ve thought
Capcom just recently announced a slew of new things in honor of Mega Man’s 30th anniversary (wow, has it really been that long?), including Nintendo Switch ports of Mega Man Legacy Collection 1 and 2, new versions of Mega Man X1 through X8 on modern platforms, and something entirely new altogether: a brand-new Mega Man game!
Yes, you read that right: two brand-new games for the original Nintendo Entertainment System! Developer Mega Cat Studios has put a lot of their retro heart and soul into Creepy Brawlers and Justice Duel, two original titles built from the ground up to be played on an actual NES game console. Both recently released titles