Look back at the creation of Mike Winterbauer’s box art for Solstice, Wing Commander, Power Blade and more!
Commodore’s popular computer line celebrates three decades since its launch.
Have you ever wondered what goes through the mind of a serial killer? Perhaps you’ve wondered how some of the world’s greatest crimes have been pulled off? Real Crime, our exciting new magazine reveals all that and so much more.
Capcom gives a rare official glimpse of the cancelled N64 version of the survival horror game.
There are three choices when you get the Batman licence, right? Platformer, beat-’em-up or driving game. Wrong. Meet Sunsoft’s secret fourth option…
A shoot-’em-up, on the PC Engine? Get out of town…
Irem’s arcade ninja game is a real treat on the PC Engine!
It’s summer, and that means it’s time for sports! On your consoles, we mean – don’t get up.
A second chance is always a good thing – and Universal’s shoot-’em-up certainly deserved one.
New publisher specialises in bringing retro games to digital platforms, opens with PlayStation cult classic N2O.
Pop artist Stanley Chow turns his eye to the iconic fighting series.
The best grappler you’ve never heard of, featuring the best grapplers you’ve never heard of (and Vader, and John Laurinaitis).
Nick explains just why Namco’s hit means so much to him.
We get an early look at Wargaming’s revival of the 4X legend.
Just one look tells you all you need to know – this is a BBC Micro game, through and through.
Shenmue III, Final Fantasy VII remake, Rare Replay and more headline an E3 packed with excellent throwbacks.
Beautiful golden age arcade cabinets await in Blackpool’s Time Trap Arcade.
It’s Wheelie tough. (Nick, your P45 is waiting at HR. – Darran)
And a revived incarnation of Digital Eclipse is handling it!
If you wanted a great version of Sega’s hit shooter in the early Eighties, the Colecovision was the only place to be…
Flash back to all the best bits of Sega’s Eastern-style horror platformer.
Darran, Nick, Jon and Drew compete for glory as part of issue 142’s feature The Greatest Multiplayer Games Ever!
Sometimes, the biggest bank and the most precious diamonds are too small-time for your dream heist. Sometimes, you need to rob the whole of history…
Nick’s a big fan of Sony’s mid-Nineties attempt to revive bedroom coding. Find out why…
Chuck Sommerville’s sequel to the popular puzzler finally sees the light of day after 25 years.
Namco’s arcade icon celebrates a major milestone with mobile game updates and a party in America.
See what lurks behind Oliver Frey’s fantastic new cover…
This platform shooter is one of the few GX4000 diamonds – it looks pretty and it’s incredibly hard.
They say that if you’re going to clone anything, you should clone something good – and that’s exactly what IGS did with this homage to Metal Slug.
This Master System lightgun game bucked convention by going for a top-down perspective. Was the experiment successful?
At its eye-watering RRP, we can imagine that this colourful platformer left Neo Geo owners feeling a little blue…
Koji Igarashi’s spiritual successor to the Castlevania games hits all of its stretch goals in less than a day.
We’re not sure what Eric Cantona’s favourite football game is, but this might just be it…
Developer Playtonic must be feeling pretty pleased with itself
Nick looks at the best licensed game that you never knew was licensed…
Nick talks about how Digital Pictures’ controversial trap-’em-up was groundbreaking, if not always fun…
Join the celebrations with discounted Retro Gamer fun!
The likes of R-Type and Double Dragon can be had for pennies for a limited time.
Our exciting new app allows you to rate all your favourite videogames and share them with fellow retro gamers
Beyond Kung-Fu has been revealed to the world!