Tag Archive: retro

Tempest review for Atari 5200

After 30 years, you can finally play the lost Atari 5200 game as it was intended, on an actual cartridge with the original hardware.

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More classic SNK arcade releases coming to PSP, PS Vita, PS3 today

Chopper I and The Next Space, a new set of classic pre-NEOGEO arcade releases, will set you back $2.99 and will be released as PS mini titles. Check out details and media.

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Fez review for XBLA

Phil Fish's long anticipated platformer Fez finally arrives on XBLA, and the long wait has really paid off. Incredible puzzle and world design more than make up for a small number of technical issues, read more in the full review behind the link!

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Frogger gets the Hyper Arcade Edition treatment for PSN, XBLA, Wii

Finally, after countless throwaway remakes of Frogger, we finally get one that counts. Obviously inspired by Pac-Man Championship Edition, Frogger: Hyper Arcade Edition looks to up the ante with score based, competitive Frogger action.

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Retro Age Attack!: The Ignition Factor

The Ignition Factor was released in 1994 by publisher Jaleco on the Super Nintendo. I first laid hands on the game in 1995, bringing home a rental copy while staying with my grandparents that summer. This is one of those games that would draw you in with the box art and back cover screenshots, something that got little play in gaming magazines but just looked too cool to not check out.

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Retro Age Attack!: Batman on NES

Welcome back to Retro Age Attack!, what I hope will again be a weekly addition to Gaming Age that tackles some of my favorite old-school games. First up, Batman on the NES.

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