Retro Reviews

Retro Reviews

Check out our latest Retro system game reviews. While the industry continues releasing new consoles, always more advanced and powerful, some of us cannot spend a single day without remembering the former glory of amazing consoles and computers such as the SNES, the Game Boy, the Amiga and plenty of other never-to-be-forgotten systems. The way-back machine.


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    8.9

    Sonic the Hedgehog

    It's been almost 26 years since Sonic's first video game debut with his first game. Since 1991 he has been loved and hated throughout years and he doesn't stop running ever since. Of course most of...
    Posted by SonicfanCEMUTesting, Jun 14, 2017  0
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    7.5

    ROCKMAN CX (ROM HACK REVIEW)

    This is a Rockman (Megaman) 2 hack which changes everything you know from your normal Rockman (Megaman) 2 experience! This may be one of the largest overall hacks of Rockman 2 that has ever been done!...
    Posted by Sonic Angel Knight, Jan 6, 2017  6
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    9

    Pokemon Prism

    Pokémon prism is a Romhack, to be precise, a romhack of Pokémon Crystal, but what makes it stand out from all the other hacks out there is the fact that it's ambitious . Maybe too ambitious, it was...
    Posted by lcie nimbus, Dec 24, 2016  12
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    8.5

    Rockman 4 Minus Infinity

    Made by the talented ROM hacker Puresabe, comes "Rock Man 4 Minus Infinity." This game is based off of Capcom's Mega Man IV game and is a rom hack that does what others only dream of achieving. The...
    Posted by Sonic Angel Knight, Sep 29, 2016  6
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    10

    Shenmue 2

    Yep, back to back Shenmue reviews! I thought 1 was an amazing, picture-perfect game. How does the sequel compare?
    Posted by Robfozz, Aug 29, 2016  1
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    10

    Shenmue

    I recently picked up a Sega Dreamcast from a used games store and have been trying out a bunch of games. I randomly popped in Shenmue because I heard it was good. Shenmue being "good" is a massive...
    Posted by Robfozz, Aug 28, 2016  1
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    0.9

    Retro Review: Phantasy Star II

    Phantasy Star II is a role-playing video game developed and published by Sega for the Sega Genesis. It was released in Japan in 1989, and in North America and Europe in 1990. It was later ported to a...
    Posted by Sonic Angel Knight, Jul 27, 2016  1
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    10

    Retro Review: Beyond Oasis.

    Beyond Oasis, known in Japan as The Story of Thor: Hikari wo Tsugu Mono (ストーリー オブ トア 〜光を継ぐ者〜 lit. "The Story of Thor: Heir of the Light"?) and in Europe as The Story of...
    Posted by Sonic Angel Knight, Jul 27, 2016  8
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    Chulip

    What the hell is Chulip? A question you probably asked yourself just now. Chulip is an adventure, dating sim sort of, almost RPG game where you kiss absolutely everyone. Yes, EVERYONE!
    Posted by Robfozz, Mar 30, 2016  0
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    1.5

    Parappa the Rapper

    I had only heard of PaRappa the Rapper a few times before so I went into this completely blind with no idea what to expect. What I found was not good to say the least...
    Posted by Robfozz, Mar 18, 2016  6
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    10

    Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty

    My first experience with the MGS series was only a few years ago. I had bought a PS1 at a flea market on a whim, mostly because it was only $5, but also because I realized I hadn't played a single...
    Posted by Robfozz, Mar 14, 2016  1
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    7.9

    Dōbutsu no Mori (Animal Forest)

    I have been a huge animal crossing fan since Wild World, being such a huge fan I decide to go to the root of the series. BTW this game was a huge pain to get working on a US N64.
    Posted by ac3ds, Dec 12, 2015  1
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    6.8

    Doctor Who Official Review

    Doctor Who for the NES is a hack of the 1988 Nintendo Famicom release, Cosmo Police Galivan. As the Doctor, you must defeat many familiar enemies on a quest to save the world.
    Posted by Another World, Dec 5, 2015  1
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    8.8

    Kirby Triple Deluxe

    Kirby Triple Deluxe is the latest "platformer" Kirby game released for any Nintendo console, without counting Rainbow Curse which isn't a platformer, rather, a follow up of Canvas Curse, a game...
    Posted by Demifiend, Oct 25, 2015  6
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    7.2

    Digimon World Re:Digitize

    Digimon World was perhaps the most freshest and most original entry in the Digimon game series. Unique character progression, focus on world exprolarion, heavy hitting consequences, the game had all...
    Posted by Dominik Dudek, Jul 13, 2015  0

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