The team at Retro Domination love all sorts of genres in gaming, however some of the hidden gems are hiding in sports titles. Daz and Matt Cawley uncover their favourite games in what is typically an overlooked genre in retro gaming. Daz When playing retro games I’m usually shooting at spacecraft in games like Bio […]
What would you expect from a creative genius such as Jon Hare? If you are unfamiliar with the name, cast your mind back 20 plus years to the dawn of the Commodore 64 and Amiga 500. Co-founder of the highly successful Sensible Software, with award winning games such as Sensible Soccer, Cannon Fodder and Mega […]
You are probably thinking, why bother putting the effort into a review on a system that’s been out since the end of 2012 and all it has received is negative publicity. Unfortunately the system was doomed to fail. In October 2013, less than a year after the system was released, SNK Playmore abruptly terminated their […]
After an overwhelming response from our awesome community, we at Retro Domination present to you a guide to retro gaming stores you must visit when you are in the United States of America. Be prepared to be overwhelmed in Retro goodness, as we share Matt’s journey through thousands of Carts, CD’s and Consoles.
The Vectrex, the world’s first portable gaming device With the pending release of the Nintendo 2DS (what are Nintendo thinking?) we at team RD thought that it would be the right time to take you back to the very first portable gaming system.
There is nothing more satisfying than when a plan comes together. Four Retro Sites, one Arcade Site, twenty-four consoles, and literally thousands of people. What does that sum up to? A very special and exciting time at the Classic Console Area at PAX AU 2013.
I thought I would finally review and show my Data East Star Wars Pinball Machine, released in 1992 and the best in my opinion. Hope you guys enjoy.
Power on, eject, disc in tray, close and load. No more floppy disks, no more save-file corruption, no more dirty tricks. Just my Playstation and me. The music begins. Revolution Software presents – Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars. Oh George!
Doc, I’m back, from the future! Now where did I finish up? I know, I’ll just load up a save file and begin where I left off… Oh FFS sake! The save file is corrupted. Well at this point it’s time to load up a new set of games: Roger Will Comply!
Keeping with the theme of episode 21 of our podcast vintage computers, I thought a write up on the creators of the adventure game was due. So put on your favorite polyester lounge suit and prepare to enter The Kingdom of Daventry.
I am Adam, Prince of Eternia and the defender of the secrets of Castle Greyskull; this is Cringer my fearless friend. Many Secret Powers were revealed to me the day I held aloft my magic sword and said “By the Power of Greyskull, I have the POWER” Ahhhhhh Every time I hear that introduction it […]
From the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong to the watery streets of Siam, JCVD has starred in some of the most influential movies of my childhood to date.
My love of gaming over the years brought me to a point of wanting a machine that would deliver results of an arcade simulator. Whilst I would of loved to have purchased an arcade machine back in the day, the Neo Geo AES was the next best thing. The console was released on 31 January, […]
Matt heads to the USA in search for some kick ass pinball machines and some cheap retro games . Along they way he rides a bull and gets up close and personal to Van Damme, in a very weird way.