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Thanks for the heads up on the vid. Still think there is just too much that is fishy about this for it to be real. #1.1
30d ago by triverse | View comment
There are more than just those two coming. Those are just the two that we are able to discuss right now. #1.1.2
33d ago by triverse | View comment
You mean the RETRO VGS?

http://retrogamingmagazine....

or the Retro Freak?

http://retrogamingmagazine.... #1.1
34d ago by triverse | View comment
Project Eternity didn't break $4 million on Kickstarter though. Sure, it earned more, at than Shenmue III right now but there are still a few weeks left for Yu Suzuki to close that gap and pass it.

We may indeed see a tapering off of support for Shenmue III but it will be hard to tell till after it has already happened. #6.1
42d ago by triverse | View comment
Yea, I have to agree. This is definitely a promising console and is worth following closely. I just hope it doesn't become another vaporware platform. #1.1
76d ago by triverse | View comment
Read through it and had to give this my 3 points to get it live. We need more stuff like this and less "Top whatever" lists in the "retro" world. #1.1
78d ago by triverse | View comment
There is no length requirement on articles submitted to N4G.com, at least as far as I know. There are many articles that are short, such as the one we are talking about here, that have been approved on N4G (and some shorter over the years).

The other users of N4G.com disagree with you as far as this being allowed or not. #7.1
90d ago by triverse | View comment
The limit to the Mac is stated by the dev. This could be due to them not having Windows available. If you have the hardware and can confirm it works on Windows Oculus Rift then I would love to update the article. #4.1
90d ago by triverse | View comment
True, but coming from a North American perspective, it failed. World wide it had a much better reception. Same thing for the Commodore Amiga and Atari ST, both were bigger in Europe but not nearly as much in North America.

It all depends on perspective. #1.1
120d ago by triverse | View comment
Oh yeah, this is one that I am sure would sell like hotcakes if they would make it. Even if a homebrew developer made it, I am sure it would elevate them to the upper echelons of the craft rather quickly.

I have plenty more of these "What would x look like" articles coming. Just have to write them. #1.1
135d ago by triverse | View comment
The Commodore 64 supported cassette decks to load games off of. Slow as hell but it supported them. #2.1
135d ago by triverse | View comment
I do too. It is such a good idea that is hardly being used. #1.1
140d ago by triverse | View comment
You won't be sorry playing this one. It is really good. #1.1
144d ago by triverse | View comment
It is really awesome looking. I wish they would show more of the in game play though. #1.1
147d ago by triverse | View comment
I have to agree, all of the games listed were great but Mickey Mania just had something more going for it (maybe the concept?) then the Sega CD version with that extra, exclusive, level just pushed that version over the top. #1.1
148d ago by triverse | View comment
It doesn't bode well that Sega has stopped many attempts by fans to do a Streets of Rage style remakes (though they were using characters and art owned by Sega). #3.1
148d ago by triverse | View comment
The only thing I would like to have seen in this hack is the same as with the others. I wish there would have been more work put into it and the missing frames of animation that are needed (such as using weapons) would have been created. I understand that is probably outside of the capabilities of the hackers making these but it would be awesome. #1.1
148d ago by triverse | View comment
We published a review of this title over a year ago in Retro Gaming Magazine. It is great to see it getting a wider release outside of what the developer was able to accomplish. #1
150d ago by triverse | View comment
Surprisingly. I figured the C64 version would look really bad but, yeah, it is on par with the Sega CD version. #1.1
159d ago by triverse | View comment
I never owned a Virtual Boy but I probably wore out the demo unit at a local Toys R U store everyday after work. I would stop in there and play a good half hour or so before heading out to do other things. It was a great device, too bad they couldn't work out the kinks as far as consumers are concerned. #1.1
160d ago by triverse | View comment
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