Your definitive guide to one of the best videogame love letters we’ve played for some time.
Sega attempts to pull off Chase HQ – can it pull it off?
Definitive versions of OlliOlli 2 and Not A Hero hit Microsoft’s machine
Retrobate Mark Howlett looks back at Mastertronic’s arcade adventure
Here at Retro Gamer we’re always looking for feedback that will help improve the magazine so that all readers will enjoy it
The famed videogame composer is firing up the Amiga for one more track
Dino Dini’s latest football festival is out June 17th – and here’s the first footage!
A new infographic delivers some fascinating Worms facts
Take a look at the retro devices you can make from this low-cost computer
15 years ago, households up and down the UK were dancing to Konami’s beat…
Perfect for enjoying Banjo-Kazooie on the bus…
The classic Fatal Fury cast bows out on a high note before a big series overhaul…
Chris Huelsbeck is back to revamp the tunes of your run-and-gun youth
The Centre For Computing History is reuniting Ocean alumni Simon Butler, Mark Jones and Stephen Thomson for a one-off event
The promise of the Mega Drive was always that it would deliver arcade thrills, but the truth is that original Mega Drive games often matched up well with arcade conversions in the same genre
Flash back to a time before Leicester was the talk of the footballing world…
Grasshopper Manufacture’s debut game will finally be translated into English after 17 years
The latest entrant into the field of crowdfunded ZX Spectrum revivals – what does it offer?
Take Robotnik out fishing, enjoy Tim Allen noises in Streets Of Rage 2 and more
Low level flight, high level challenge
A cartoon caper that does an admirable job of representing its source material
id Software co-founders pitching an all-new first-person shooter via Kickstarter
The Collectorvision staffer talks about the company’s involvement with the Retro VGS/Coleco Chameleon and its future plans for new games on classic hardware
Every legend has its beginning – but is the original Fatal Fury still worth your time?
The popular bookazine about Sega and Nintendo’s 8-bit rivals returns!
The 20th anniversary of id Software’s amazing Quake series leads our brand new issue
A look back at nostalgia-inducing technologies of the Nineties
Crowdfunding campaign begins for new Commodore 64 variant
A textbook example of how to go out with a whimper
Watch the music to Starglider, Frontier: Elite II and more re-recorded at Abbey Road!
The popular UK fan convention is back for Sonic’s 25th anniversary
The PlayStation-era action adventure has been revived with the blessing of Square Enix
The new expansion for the classic 1998 RPG has attracted a large number of negative reviews
The troubled handheld’s successor finally makes it to market
EA’s 2004 first-person shooter is free via Origin for a limited time only
We have four cases of hard display cases to give away to four lucky winners
Same concept, different flavour – NBA Marmalade, perhaps?
Our latest video preview is now ready – take a look inside!
Capcom celebrates the anniversary of its popular survival horror series with developer retrospective interviews
When kleptomania strikes, what can you do? Find a healthy outlet…