Adventures in scumbaggery, not with a reader but our own team. (We’re awful)
The forthcoming C64 platformer from Knights Of Bytes is looking mighty fine
Nick Bruty and David Perry look back at their sensational looking 8-bit blaster.
Celebrate the New Year by revisting one of the greatest games of all time. If you haven’t played it yet, you really should.
We reveal the story behind one of Activision’s best Atari 2600 games, courtesy of developer, Steve Cartwright.
Discover how two brothers selling budget games morphed into one of the industry’s most important pubishers.
A game where Pikachu, Mario, Samus and Link kick seven shades out of each other doesn’t sound fun, but it most certainly is. Here’s why you need to own this amazing gem of a game.
Nick takes a brief look back at Sega’s last home console. No tears now…
Darran Jones looks back at the classic fighting game that led to Prince Of Persia.
The PC Engine was massively popular in Japan and had it’s own answer to Mario in the form of PC Kid. Known as Bonk in the West, this is the story of his popular adventures.
Aladdin was a huge success on the Mega Drive, but it was also popular on other systems, too, as Retro Gamer discovers…
Discover how the very first official Star Wars games was created and why its developers headed to Hoth for their inspiration.
We look back at all the greatest moments from this classic Spectrum adventure. How many of the following bits do you remember?
Discover how the smash hit movie got turned into one of the best movie licences to ever appear on home computers.
The Atari Lynx was the most powerful home console on the planet when it launched in 1989. Here we go behind the scenes of one of its most impressive launch titles.
We look back at the first major videogame to be based on the popular cartoon series, Scooby-Doo.
Former SNK fighting game developers are behind the ambitious project
Read all about the Mega Drive platformer that’s making waves on Kickstarter!
Old games might provide play value, but their financial value shouldn’t be overlooked either. Content supplied by CO-OP Insurance.
Sonic Team takes a look at the Saturn’s limitations and decides to systematically smash them.
If there’s one thing that we can be truly thankful for, it’s the fact that gaming enjoys – by and large – a global market now
Tanglewood and Coffee Crisis are the latest retro games vying for your crowdfunding cash
We’ve been playing around with the new NES Mini for quite a while now. Read want we think about the final product.
Floowood’s “Back To The Past” honours best friend Zach Resnik
Enjoy all the glitz and glamour of Atlantic City’s famous Trump Castle casino!
Charles Cecil, Warren Spector and John Romero are amongst the confirmed guests
Founder of the retro publisher talks about new Winter releases and more!
Darran and Drew guide you through the latest issue of Retro Gamer
Maybe we’re old, but we’re not fans of arbitrary box-ticking…
Nick explains why Mario’s Picross is part of his perfect Sunday…
This retrobate has a close friendship with Gordon T Gopher.
The unreleased satirical SNES platformer is currently being funded on Kickstarter
Get a look at brand new Eighties hardware archived at the company’s Kyoto office
The SNES hero’s latest comic book adventures are available to collect!
One of the pioneering arcade music games comes home to PlayStation…
Let’s face it, the fast-paced world of first-person shooters just isn’t for everyone
The latest issue of Retro Gamer is out now – find out what’s inside!
Our editor is one of the first in the world to play Nintendo’s new retro machine – find out what the thinks of it inside
Some love for a forgotten child of Technosoft’s shoot-’em-up franchise
Early birds can get 40% off Colin Jones’ Spectrum hit!