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Welcome to Retro Gaming Power, the world's biggest and best site dedicted to old video games - unofficially of course. We have no statistics or data to back up that claim, basing it purely on our own opinion. Contained within the pages of our site are reviews, features and other stuff about games of old. So, put on those rose-tinted specs and revel in a fest of gaming nostalgia!
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Reviewed!
Feast your peepers on these latest games reviews! Not reviews of latest games. These are old games, with fairly recent reviews. Maybe I'll reword this intro someday so it makes more sense.
NIGHT TRAP
Pure filth on the Mega-CD.
FLICKY
Picking up birds, eighties style. Reviewed on the SG-1000 (the what?)
BIOMETAL
Shoot down biometallic hybrid aliens on your SNES before they take over the galaxy.
COOL SPOT
A game produced to sell cans of fizzy pop, featuring the coolest spot ever to appear in a video game. Here is in on the Super Nintendo.
MAGIC MUSHROOMS
Murphy is a man on a mission. A mission to collect as many Magic Mushrooms as he can. What for, nobody knows, but he's not been heard of since. Platforming frolics on the Acorn Electron.
BOULDER DASH
Apparently, diamonds are a girls best friend. And they can be found hidden amongst boulders. Eager for some beaver, Rockford is on a mission to find as many as he can on the Commodore 64.
TOKI: GOING APE SPIT
Toki, the second most well-known video game ape, goes down like Donkey Kong when his girlfriend gets kidnapped. His rescue attempt features here on the Mega Drive.
EXCITEBIKE
Ride your BMX over a road full of hazards and all kinds of obstacles and obstructions. Early entertainment for the NES.
THE TERMINATOR
Going from the not-too-distant future, back to the distant past of 1984 to prevent mankind from destruction from a network of artifically intelligent Sky boxes, known as Skynet.
MAGIC POCKETS
Do the Do with Magic Pockets on the Amiga. Platforming frolics featuring a kid called Kid
SUPER TROLLEY
Shelf stacking fun (???!!) on the Speccy. It really is as exciting as it sounds
CAPTAIN SILVER
Yarrr!!! A pirate game for ye olde Sega Master System. Ahoy, me hearties! And all that
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Special Features
Sometimes I'm not sure what category an entry should fit into, so it goes here and becomes a Special Feature!
GREAT SPORTS ON THE SEGA MASTER SYSTEM
Sega thought that their Master System sports sims were so great, they named them as such. They were wrong.
GAMES FOR THE SUMMER
Celebrate the summer season by staying indoors and playing video games.
RIGHT ROYAL RETRO BABY GAMES
Games featuring the youngest members of our society
TENNIS GAMES ON THE SNES
A look at tennis games on the Super Nintendo. New balls please!
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Conversion Comparisons
Once upon a time, video games started their life in amusement arcades. They would then find their way onto home computers and consoles. Some fared better than others in their journeys.
MARBLE MADNESS
Rolling your balls has never been so much fun
PAC-LAND
Pac-Man's back, and he's got a shoe fetish
PACMANIA
Pac-Man's back (again), and he's learned how to jump. Now in 3D. Well, isometric.
BUBBLE BOBBLE
Bub and Bob blow bubbles. Brilliant, Bonkers and, erm, Bad. Bad as in good. Like what we used to say once.
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Hardware
A game would be useless without a console or computer to play it on. This section provides profiles of many of the gaming machines of yore.
SEGA MEGA DRIVE/GENESIS
Sega's sleek 16-Bit Hit!
ATARI VCS/2600
Stylish in the 1970s. Began a gaming revolution
SONY PLAYSTATION
The first CD-based console to get it right
ACORN ELECTRON
Cheap(ish) and cheerful. Kind of.
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