Move over Gamefly, there is a new online rental service in town. RetroScribe, a new rental service for retro games. Thats right, NES, SNES, Genesis and N64 games shipped right to your door.
With the RetroN5 finally released to the masses, there is a renewed interest in grabbing game cartridges of old. Many of us go to Yard Sales, Flea Markets and Thrift Stores hoping to score that great game at a great price. But one thing you should really do with any cartridges bought before you place them in your console. Clean them, the right way.
For months retro gamers have been waiting for the RetroN5 to be released. Thanks to our friends over at Video Game Rescue we know we will not have long to wait and we also have another surprise in from the folks at Hyperkin.
It has been almost 14 years since the release of Shenmue on the Sega Dreamcast. WIth all the talk of the #SaveShenmue social media campaign I decided to do my part and stream on Twitch TV my playthrough of Shenmue. I did not intend to write a review for the game but after completing it I felt compelled to.
Retroscribe is a game rental service which caters to Retro Gamers. The RetroN 5 is Hyperkin new multi function game console that fans of retro gaming have eagerly purchased. These two could go together like Mario and Luigi and for anyone looking for a way to play more retro games, RetroScribe is the answer.
The title says it all. The RetroN 5 has caused the demand for retro games to go up. Is this because everyone thinks they have a gaming goldmine? Does this mean the price will climb? How does this affect collectors?
Retro gaming has steadily picked up over the last 10 years. The last generation of gaming gave life-long fans remakes and digital downloads of the classics that many gamers enjoyed. The RetroN 5 is right around the corner, and its release could mean several great options for gamers. The Gamers Lounge speculates that gamers could see a retro gaming revolution where interest in retro gaming grows, while dealing with the sudden influx of demand for retro games.
FPS games have long been a staple of gaming. The 1990s graced gamers with all sorts of FPS games from quite a few developers. These days gamers associate most FPS games with well known franchises such as COD, Halo, or Battlefield. Gamers should be thankful, for it was FPS games like Doom and Wolfenstein 3D that contributed to revolutionizing and pushing gaming.
The N64 will be remembered as the only successful 64 bit system. It was also one of the first system to make 4 player multiplayer accessible, push for making FPS games popular on consoles, and show off games in 3D. There are quite a few good games for the system but it seems no one is really an N64 collector. The Gamer’s Lounge has a few theories on why the N64 may be destined to be Nintendo's leas collectible system
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As we get closer and closer to the RetroN 5, Ryan uses some of his links on the inside to get a bit more information on the system and what we are to expect of it. When is it coming out? What kind of save system will it use? Will (X) work on it? Some of the more obscure questions get answered within this article. Have any more questions? Drop them in the comments, and Ryan will try to find out your answers!
GoozerNation has been following Hyperkin and the release of the upcoming RetroN5 system since it’s announcement. Now at Gamer’s Lounge, Ryan Johnson talks with Paul Leung about some more questions that have arisen as the day of release draws near.