The ‘crowd funding’ steam train is not showing any signs of slowing down, with the 8-bit inspired 2D fighter ‘Pocket Rumble’ from Cardboard Robot Games kicking off its second attempt at crowd funding today on the popular crowdfunding website Kickstarter.
It seems like only yesterday that the Retro Domination team was front and centre co-hosting the Classic Console free play area at PAX AUS 2013 (the first Penny Arcade Expo to be held outside of the United States) with our good friends from Retrospekt, Ausretrogamer & Retro Gaming Australia. Whilst our little corner of PAX […]
Banjo Guy Ollie is back and this time he returns with his take on the Darkworld Theme from The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past! Check out his rendition of this Nintendo classic!
Back in April, Nippon Ichi Software & Hamster Corporation announced that they had partnered together to bring several 1980’s era arcade classics to the Japanese PSN store for the Playstation 4, under the banner of ‘Arcade Archives’. Today, Hamster has announced that the first three games in the collection: Crazy Climber (1980 – Nichibutsu), Ninja-Kid’s […]
Over this past weekend, some of the world’s very best competitive Donkey Kong players converged on The 1Up in Denver, Colorado to take part in the annual Kong Off for three days of furious competition to crown the new king of Donkey Kong! But as they say in Highlander, “there can be only one”, and […]
It’s time for episode 33 of the Retro Domination podcast, and this week the team is joined once again by Aleks from Weird and Retro fame! Together, they suit up and trudge headlong into the ‘8 Bit Wars’ as they attempt to settle the age old debate: Nintendo Entertainment System vs Sega Master System!
The guys are back with episode 32 of the Retro Domination podcast! This week, the team discuss all things relating to Sega’s answer to Sony’s Playstation, the much loved and often under appreciated Saturn! So it’s only fitting that the guys are joined by Carter from YouTube channel Carter’s Retro Reviews, as he makes his […]
Not a day goes by without there being a report of yet another developer turning to crowd funding sites like Kickstarter to help try and get the funding for their projects that they so desperately need. However it’s not every day that the developer in question happens to be Keiji Inafune, the illustrator and co-designer […]
Life is like a hurricane…here in Duckburg…race cars, lasers, aero…*ahem*…sorry about that! If you are as eagerly awaiting the release of DuckTales: Remastered on the Playstation Network, Steam & the Wii U eShop on August 13th (September 11th for Xbox Live Arcade) as much as I am, then chances are that you are looking to […]
It’s no secret that the team here at Retro Domination are huge fans of the Strider series and its main character, the assassin known as Hiryu. So whilst it may not technically be retro related news, we were all extremely giddy to see that over the weekend Capcom announced that a brand new Strider game […]
I loved arcades growing up. While I’ll always have a soft spot for my Atari 2600, Commodore 64 and Super Nintendo, the arcade is really where it was at for me. In my humble opinion, nothing beats the sights and the sounds of an arcade and being in a room filled with like minded gamers. […]
Platforming fans rejoice! Flashback, one of the great platforming games of the 16 bit era, will be making its triumphant return back to current gen consoles by way of the Xbox Live Arcade and the Playstation Network, 20 years after its original release on the Amiga, Sega Mega Drive & Super Nintendo.
Do you fancy yourself as a retro gamer? Did you strut your stuff as the king of your local arcade? If so, how would you like an opportunity to take on not only the boys at Retro Domination, but the entire world! Our great friends over at Scoreground (which is run by non other than […]
If Capcom’s announcement of DuckTales Remastered at PAX East wasn’t enough to get retro gamers excited, they have also let slip that gamers will soon be able to relive two of their classic arcade beat ’em ups, Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom & Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara, as a double pack digital […]
With the advent of digital downloads over the past few years, we’ve seen all manner of retro remakes and re-releases make their way to the Xbox Live Arcade and Playstation Network, and the one publisher that has been at the forefront of these releases has been Capcom. So with PAX East kicking off overnight, it […]