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Star Wars leads our latest issue – read on for a video preview
Regular Retrobate Adam takes a look back at Konami’s import-only essential
Accelerate. Wheelie. Jump. Broken leg.
Microsoft’s smash hit second console is a decade old today – doesn’t time fly?
If you like Sonic clones, this might be up your street!
The golden age of Atari is one we all fondly remember – which is why we collated all the best of Atari in the new Atari Book
Get your hands on the latest Retro Gamer Annual, on sale now!
This racer sold poorly and resulted in the closure of its developer, but that isn’t the fate it deserved – read on to find out why.
Russell Square hosts a gathering of gaming traders on Sunday 15th November.
Just how bad are the unlicensed games that flooded 8-bit consoles? This bad…
The greatest BBC Micro games of all time lead our latest issue
The Laserdisc classic is back in movie form – if it hits its Kickstarter goal…
The Yolkfolk hero is back in a long-lost NES eggventure
The free-roaming shooter franchise is back after the over a decade in the wilderness
Adam is back with a love letter to this NES favourite
Darran and Nick argue over this licensed NES platformer in our new video feature
Our latest video preview is up, showcasing the 30 Greatest Super Mario Moments and more!
The book focusing on two Nineties titans is available in a new revised edition
The classic football series is coming to PlayStation platforms in 2016
Wondering what’s inside this packed gaming annual? Wonder no more…
Remix album raises money for charity and celebrates the iconic series’ 30th anniversary
A massive Mario celebration and the making of Tomb Raider highlight our latest packed issue
The Mega Drive conversion is the latest in a line of unreleased games to be found
Your first look at Wargaming’s revival of the classic strategy franchise
Join gaming’s biggest party with this essential annual!
Something of a double bogey.
Only the brave will take on the challenge of Project-X – and only the brave should…
Nick Burcombe’s design for the classic anti-gravity racer is released
How does Mattel’s conversion of Armor Attack handle on the Atari 2600?
Team announces imminent cancellation of Indiegogo campaign, and future plans
A 1995 maze game from an unknown company? Nick’s gone diving for obscurities again…
It might not have reversed the 32X’s fortunes, but Virtua Fighter is still a class act.
If your current PC is more 1985 than 2015, take a chance on this competition!
We’re not sure how or why this came to be, but it’s strangely compelling…
A new console that resembles a Jaguar and uses cartridges – but only if crowdfunding succeeds.
A fighting game with a jump button? Maybe the designers really were knuckleheads…
How does the arcade classic fare on Sega’s mega mushroom?
Kirby’s first adventure is still a high class Game Boy platformer!
Darran sits down to talk to the Football Manager creator about his life in the games industry.