The former Sega of America senior VP of R&D has passed away.
The creator of classic platformer Lode Runner has passed away.
We go behind the scenes of one of gaming’s best film adaptations.
We take a look at this versatile educational computer. Did you school have one?
Find out what’s in this hard-hitting issue.
Is this Shinji Mikami’s greatest game? Let us know.
Red Bull Music Academy’s series interviews the likes of Yuzo Koshiro and Nobuo Uematsu.
Discover the secrets of the world with our latest magazine.
Have you played these classics?
It’s the best games for SNK’s cool handheld.
A cautionary tale of how good brands can mislead the uninformed consumer…
We go behind the scenes of Treasure’s 16-bit masterpiece.
Twitch stream allows users to watch classic marine match-ups.
Bungie has been producing amazing shooters since its earliest days with titles like Marathon and Myth, not to mention the monster that has become Halo
Amiga classic to receive an HD makeover in time for Christmas.
We pay tribute to the alternative answer to the BBC Micro.
Classics like Flashback are finally making their way to Commodore’s console.
Unreleased 32X version of Spot Goes To Hollywood found.
Japanese developer IGA looks back at his classic PlayStation game.
We speak to the games industry veteran about the fall of imagine Software.
We find out what happened before Driller came along.
Here’s some love for the quirky GBA game. Have you played it?
One of our readers defends this interesting baseball release for 3DO.
Meet the man who loves both the SNES and A Link To The Past.
Is Ken Levine’s game as good as everyone says it is?
Andrew Foster tells us all about his love for the brain-taxing adventures of the hero of the Yolkfolk.
We go behind the scenes of Pac-Man’s superb sequel.
We know your pain, Shenmue fans
How many of these classic games have you played?
Just a quick Friday pick-me-up, here
We speak to the legendary coder behind Chuckie Egg.
The latest Retro Gamer is hitting newsagents now – what can you expect to see in it?
We go behind the scenes of Yu Suzuki’s masterpiece.
ROM hackers transplant Nintendo’s long-limbed villain into Ocarina Of Time
Retrobate ncf1 leaves the Apple II for a moment to go back in time…
The infamous Nineties FMV game is set for a return in HD.
Our newest retrobate says he’s convinced we dislike him. We don’t, but we do wonder how the likes of Phantasy Star IV don’t count as “quality RPGs”…
If you liked Phoenix, retrobate ncf1 profiles the Apple II game for you.
Our latest retrobate is a Commodore fan, best known for hosting the RetroAsylum podcast.
Retrobate NCF1 lets us know why the Apple II version of this classic platformer is the one to get.