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Retro Game SuperHyper

A new blog about old videogames

Retro Game SuperHyper Fanzine Issue #3 is OUT NOW!

YES! Issue 3 of the RGSH fanzine is DONE and AVAILABLE NOW!

This is the biggest issue yet at 44 pages, featuring two remixed blog articles, and the rest ALL NEW ‘zine-exclusive content! Continue reading “Retro Game SuperHyper Fanzine Issue #3 is OUT NOW!”

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Steins;Gate – It’s About Time

OR: I Tapped ENTER For 30 Hours and All I Got Was This Lousy Ending

Since I recently time-traveled all the way back to the beginning of visual novels with Portopia, I figured I would check out this more modern title to see how the genre has evolved in all these years. Steins;Gate may be 10 years old already (in effect making it retro-ish), but since it’s about time travel, does it really matter? The game will make you think about things like that; at least, it did for me, as I finally got around to playing this now-legendary title for the first time. Or maybe I’ve been here before in a different reality, and it wasn’t my first time? (Yeah, it was, I’m just messing with you.) (I think.) Continue reading “Steins;Gate – It’s About Time”

40 Years of Pac-Man Fever

If Space Invaders turning 40 two years ago didn’t make you feel old, how about today? It’s Pac-Man’s 40th birthday! Continue reading “40 Years of Pac-Man Fever”

PC Engine Mini: The RGSH Test

Well, two months after it was released, I’m finally getting to write about the PC Engine Mini. How is it?

Worth it. So, SO worth it. Continue reading “PC Engine Mini: The RGSH Test”

The Strange Case of the TG-16 Mini (UPDATE 5/14/20)

What in the Sam Hill is going on with the US launch of the TurboGrafx-16 Mini?

THE STORY SO FAR:

Continue reading “The Strange Case of the TG-16 Mini (UPDATE 5/14/20)”

State of the Blog Address 05.06.20

Happy belated 3.5 years to me! This coronavirus shutdown/stay-at-home thing has all our days blurring together, and I totally missed my usual April 16 date to post my annual half-year State of the Blog Address! As longtime followers may know, since the blog’s anniversary is on October 16, that means April 16 is the halfway point to another year online, so I like to step back and talk about where the blog is now, and my plans for the coming year. Continue reading “State of the Blog Address 05.06.20”

Happy 30th, Neo-Geo!!

In the past couple years, I’ve written a number of these “happy birthday” posts, as the Famicom, Game Boy, Mega Drive, and PC Engine all had significant milestone anniversaries. Today, we celebrate the 30th birthday of the Neo-Geo! Continue reading “Happy 30th, Neo-Geo!!”

Solving The Portopia Serial Murder Case

As a fan of graphic adventure/visual novel type games like Snatcher and Jesus, I’d been meaning to tackle Portopia for the Famicom for many years.

Thanks to our current worldwide situation, I just happened to have plenty of time to do it. And not only did I play it, but I took it apart. Continue reading “Solving The Portopia Serial Murder Case”

Shenmue III: FINISHED!

This morning, after 18 years of waiting, I finally finished Shenmue III. As I’ve referenced before, I am a huge fan of the original two Shenmue games, and an eager Kickstarter backer of this third part.

So obviously, the big question is: How was it? Well, I’ve got a lot to say. Continue reading “Shenmue III: FINISHED!”

Retro Game SuperHyper for Neo-Geo MVS Redefines Game Pricing!

I’ve been in a Neo-Geo mood lately — and with good reason! I am proud to announce the official Retro Game SuperHyper video game, exclusively for the Neo-Geo MVS arcade system! And wait until you hear the price! Continue reading “Retro Game SuperHyper for Neo-Geo MVS Redefines Game Pricing!”

Oh god, I finally watched Joysticks

If you’re an old-fart gamer — like me — you may remember, or at least be aware of, the 1983 movie Joysticks. I’m not even sure if this Z-grade, R-rated teensploitation stinker has even achieved the rank of “cult classic,” so I’m hesitant to use it. However, in the interest of research…sigh. I finally pulled the trigger. Continue reading “Oh god, I finally watched Joysticks”

My Arcade Famicom-to-NES Cartridge Converter: The RGSH Test

This is a pretty simple gadget, and this will be a very short review, so I’ll get straight to the point: this was a great idea. Continue reading “My Arcade Famicom-to-NES Cartridge Converter: The RGSH Test”

What Are We Playing? 01.12.19: Stranding Judgment Glory

Wow! It’s been FOREVER since I did a WAWP post! So…what ARE we playing?

Continue reading “What Are We Playing? 01.12.19: Stranding Judgment Glory”

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