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.
  • Sonic The Hedgehog 2

    The madmen at Sega thought "what if we made a game with a hedgehog in it?" That worked well, so they thought "holy shit, we should do that again"
    Reviewed by CeeDee,  0 comments
  • Kamiwaza

    Kamiwaza is an open-world stealth game with a Robin Hood-esque theme that's not quite Tenchu, in the sense that you don't kill anyone, not quite Metal Gear Solid, in that there is a somewhat...
    Reviewed by DS1,  0 comments
  • The Sims 2 (NDS)

    This game is NOT like any other sims games, this has aliens, goons, robots, and much more.
    Reviewed by SkyPeppers,  1 comment
  • Uranus I/II/0ev

    Uranus is the title of a series of 3 vertically scrolling shoot'm ups created by the young programmer Adriano Baglio (formally ZoneGN) in the years 2002/2003, the first of which incredibly...
    Reviewed by Nikokaro,  2 comments
  • Pinball Challenge Deluxe (GBA)

    One of the earliest images of my childhood is of a pinball, me standing on a chair in front of it, barely able to touch the side buttons, my father triggering the initial spring, and the metal...
    Reviewed by Nikokaro,  1 comment
  • Hot Potato! (GBA)

    This is one of those titles that have passed, and still pass, unnoticed and remain unknown to most people, even to puzzle lovers; I am still surprised of this, wondering why. In terms of graphics...
    Reviewed by Nikokaro,  3 comments
  • ZooCube (GBA)

    An innovative puzzle (for those times), interesting and challenging, second only (for its excessive simplicity and nudity), in my opinion, to titles such as S. Puzzle Fighter 2, Denki Blocks...
    Reviewed by Nikokaro,  1 comment
  • Mojo (PlayStation 2)

    Mojo is not one of those games that I would have gone and said "I want this." But it seemed a bit intriguing, so when I saw it at a local game shop for about $1 complete, I said, "why not, seems...
    Reviewed by a32bitmint,  2 comments
  • Game and Watch SMB 2020

    Since my "Gameboy Micro" died I was searching for a replacement in terms of portability and screen quality. As soon Nintendo announced the "G&W" I had set my eyes on it.
    Reviewed by bola1717,  3 comments
  • Berlin Hotball (GBC)

    Is it perhaps another clone of the legendary Arkanoid, seen through a magnifying glass, designed for short-sighted people, and confined to the narrow space of a gbc screen? In truth it is much...
    Reviewed by Nikokaro,  2 comments
  • Lockjaw the Overdose (gba)

    My primary purpose is to highlight, in its simplicity, the originality and creativity of this homebrew, and make it re-emerge from the oblivion into which it has fallen.
    Reviewed by Nikokaro,  1 comment
  • Super Mario 64 DS

    Here is one of the most revolutionary games ever made...… now on the go! How does Mario's first 3D adventure translate to a completely new platform?
    Reviewed by GABO1423,  7 comments
  • Super Mario Sunshine

    Here's one of Mario's weirdest adventures yet! Can Super Mario Sunshine still be worth playing today?
    Reviewed by GABO1423,  3 comments
  • Super Mario 64

    Here is one of the most revolutionary games ever made! But how does Mario's first 3D adventure hold up 24 years later?
    Reviewed by GABO1423,  6 comments
  • Mega Man 3

    But it's also kinda fun
    Reviewed by BrandonCD,  8 comments
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