The real-time strategy classic that took the world by storm is returning in 4K resolution.
A brief look back at Sega’s pioneering Japanese RPG
Forgotten conversion of the futuristic PC racing game is now playable on Sega’s console
Six NES-era cartoon tie-ins make their way to modern systems, including Darkwing Duck and TaleSpin
We celebrate the emergence of Microsoft’s gaming powerhouse
Games will arrive in PAL blue box packaging for the first time
Puyo-popping fun from long after the Dreamcast was supposed to be dead…
Only 300 pairs of the PacAttack shoes will ever be made!
Nintendo’s 64-bit powerhouse celebrates two decades in 50Hz regions
Paint that road, and crush baddies with the rollers!
New Hewson shoot-’em-up project gets a second chance at crowdfunding.
Why is Squaresoft’s fighting game one of the easiest PlayStation games to revisit?
If you’ve a fan of Yusho Koshiro you may want to pick up the latest vinyl from Data-Discs
Netflix recently revealed that a brand new animated show based on Konami’s hit Castlevania series will be heading to Netflix later this year
Fans of classic systems like the Spectrum and Amstrad will be pleased to hear that they will be appearing at this year’s PC Gamer Weekender
New machine promises support for both cartridge and disc-based console games
Constructor and UFO: Enemy Unknown are free for PC owners everywhere, but you’ll need to act fast to get them
A Japanese arcade pioneer has died at the age of 91
The veteran publisher has made many of its soundtracks available on the popular music streaming service
This fan’s full 3D take on the Spencer Mansion is a sight to behold!
The game that attempted to send the Dreamcast off with a bang!
We’ve failed to prepare, and thus prepare to fail. It’s only right.
Minotaur of duty. (Stop that – Ed.)
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