Gaming Retro

A Tribute To “Mega Man X” (SNES 1994)

Mega Man X was released 23 years ago today in North America. So to pay homage to this amazing timeless game I present this tribute post. Mega Man is known as Rockman in Japan. Rockman X was originally released in Japan on December 17, 1993. Just a little over a month later North America released […]

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Original NBA Jam Gets A 2K17 Update Hack For SNES

Boomshakalaka! One of the greatest and funnest basketball games in gaming history is making headlines this week after Hogs With A Blog created a rom hack for the original 1994 version of NBA Jam, with a new 2K17 roster and special characters. As for gameplay it looks and feels just like the original. You’ll notice […]

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Weekly Kick Pick – “Super Red-Hot Hero”

Super Red-Hot Hero Super Red-Hot Hero is about redefining the SNES OLD-SCHOOL platform genre. Make your enemies explode & teleport into their explosions! Video Source – GameHistory Super Red-Hot Hero is a frenzied action-platformer indie game inspired by Super Mario Bros, Super Meat Boy and Megaman. Travel through Red-Hot Energy at the speed of light, […]

Gaming Retro Reviews

The Lion King Mini-Rant & Review

The Lion King Today I have the honor of talking about the  legendary game the legendary game “The lLon King”. For the past 4 years I’ve wanted to talk about this game, but never could beat it. Finally after last night I’m proud to say that I finally beat that hell we call a game. […]

Gaming Retro

Weekly Kick Pick – Socks The Cat: Rocks The Hill

Dust off your Super Nintendo. Socks the Cat Rocks the Hill, the most anticipated unreleased video game of all-time is finally coming! Video Source – Evil Pixel Socks the Cat is the most anticipated unreleased video game of all-time. Ever. For any platform. Don’t believe me? Grab some popcorn and “Google” it. The premise was […]

Gaming Nintendo Retro

SNES 25th Anniversary post!

This week, The SNES turned 25. Hard to believe, I know. The console won over the hearts of many, but it’s history is possibly the most interesting thing about the console. Let’s dive into the legacy and the not so typically known facts about the SNES! A little known fact about Nintendo: After nearly singlehandedly reviving the American video game market, becoming a smash hit in Japan and good sales in Europe, Nintendo was comfortable with their NES Console. It wasn’t until  Sega, Nintendo’s competitor, released their 16bit Genesis/Mega Drive did Nintendo realize that the  NES wasn’t  going to survive in the market much longer. Nintendo decided to up their game, and released their own 16 bit console nearly 2 years […]

Gaming Retro

Chrono Trigger Launched 21 Years Ago in the United States Today

Chrono Trigger (Japanese: クロノ・トリガー Hepburn: Kurono Torigā) is a role-playing video game developed and published by Square (now Square Enix) for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1995. Chrono Trigger‘s development team included three designers that Square dubbed the “Dream Team”: Hironobu Sakaguchi, the creator of Square’s Final Fantasy series; Yuji Horii, a freelance designer […]