2015 has been an incredible year for music, and retrowave is no exception. A lot of amazing material has been produced, and interest in the genre has continued to grow.
Every video gamer is familiar with the concept of RPGs. They don’t usually play like a normal video game; they require time, patience, thought, and commitment, because you don’t play them in one sitting. You play them over weeks, over months, sometimes longer.
Greetings, RetroFans! I sincerely hope you had a nice Thanksgiving holiday, whether you pigged out with the family, watched pigskin with your posse, or did something else that suited your fancy. Me? I thought long and hard about the subject of my next
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="538.0"] For tonight's main event, I present one of my favorite sports games! Well, "sports entertainment" games, anyway.[/caption] If you’ve been a longtime reader of our site, then you may know that one of my guilty pleasures is classic pro
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="558.0"] You asked for it, you got it![/caption] We’ve talked about a few beat em up games so far; some of them have been true-to-form classics, like Double Dragon or Golden Axe. Some of them have been departures from the
Once every century, a hoary old castle seems to arise from nowhere. In its shadow come devastation and wickedness. It is the eternal home of the most terrifying fiend ever to wear a cape, the Prince of Darkness himself… Dracula.It'll take one pissed-off
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1200.0"] You'd see this and swear you were looking at the poster for one of those classic Italian horror films. I love it.[/caption] Confrontational has done it again with a monolithic, spooky album that’s perfect for October. A Dance Of
In the early 1990s, the gaming industry was truly on a roll. Graphics were becoming better and better. New ideas were blossoming like flowers on a sunny hillside. Every month, magazines like GamePro showed us new titles and systems on the horizon. The
To kick off this month’s series of game reviews, we’re headed back the NES to look at one of my personal favorites. It’s a game I consider to be underrated, and it stars one of horror’s contemporary icons… Freddy Krueger.Released in October 1990,
A whole month worth of shrieks and creaks is right around the corner, so I thought I’d kick September’s sorry ass out the door by reviewing two horrid (horridly awesome, that is) Genesis games at once. Way back when I started doing this
Hey, RetroFiends! I can’t be the only one who’s pumped that Halloween is coming next month. I get excited about the impending fright-fest around mid-September every year, and since we’re also talking about Genesis games this month, today’s selection seemed all too appropriate.Decap
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1200.0"] 20SIX Hundred's new album kills! the people it kills get up and kill![/caption] The Cold Rise From Sleep by 20SIX Hundred 20SIX Hundred has gone on a bloody rampage. His brand new album, The Cold