Items tagged with retro gaming

Park the DeLorean and save your pricey plutonium, you don't need a time machine to relive those epic gaming moments from yesteryear. There's been a sudden resurgence in classic gaming as of late, first with Nintendo announcing a mini NES console pre-loaded with 30 games then with Sega unveiling a mini Genesis system with 80 built-in titles. If that weren't enough classic gaming goodness to make you feel young again, now Innex has announced a new Retro-Bit Generations plug-and-play console loaded with more than 100 retro titles! These aren't filler games, either, but at one time big name games from... Read more...
Nintendo really got the gaming community fired up two weeks ago when it announced the NES Classic Edition console. The miniature console packs in 30 classic games, one controller, and hooks up to modern HDTVs with an HDMI cable. The Japanese gaming company, still basking in the glory of Pokémon Go, then doubled down with a preview trailer that sparked off plenty of 80s nostalgia. Not one to be left out, SEGA is throwing its hat in the ring with the latest iteration of the Mega Drive Classic Game Console (or for those of in the U.S., the Genesis name should perhaps sound a bit more familiar). At... Read more...
Nintendo shocked us all last week when it revealed the tiny NES Classic Edition console, which fits in the palm of your hand. The announcement of the console came hot on the heels of Pokémon Go’s release in the United States, which has made Nintendo the hottest name in gaming for the past two weeks (while at the same time causing the company’s market value to double in the process). Nearly every gamer who came of age in the 80s performed their best Philip J. Fry impression, instantly proclaiming “Shut up and take my money!” Now Nintendo has gone and put some cherries on top of its delicious gaming... Read more...
Nearly thirty years after its release, Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar is remembered as a unique, amazing game. Now, thanks to Bioware, it's a game that an entire new generation of gamers will be able to enjoy. What set the game apart from other titles, both than and now, is that your character, the titular would-be Avatar, is not tasked with killing an ancient enemy, halting disaster, or thwarting the plans of an evil ruler/God/Kardashian. Instead, you're tasked with becoming... The cloth map that shipped the original game A really good person. The new version (It's much cooler than it sounds).... Read more...