Does Anybody Make an N64 Clone Console?

The Nintendo 64, a keystone in console history. It deserves a good clone console. Thanks to companies like Hyperkin, lots of retro systems have modern day clone consoles for use in place of original hardware. However, the N64 is platform they don’t cover (yet). So, if Hyperkin don’t sell an N64 clone console, then who … Read more

Anbernic Win701 – Everything We Know So Far

In the retro handheld community, we’ve taken Anbernic into our hearts. After all, they have the master key! Their ability to recreate the elusive feel of a 1990s Nintendo handheld turns us to virtual mush—we can’t get enough of that sensation of 1998 at our fingertips! So, naturally, the community is watching on with trepidation … Read more

Super Soccer (Super Nintendo)

SHOULDER BARGE! ARGHH! SHOULDER BARGE! ARRRRGH!!!! Developed by Human Entertainment, Super Soccer was first released to the Japanese market in December 1991. European and USA releases followed in 1992, with the game now being published by Nintendo themselves, rather than Human Entertainment as was the case with the Japanese release. Super Soccer was followed by … Read more

Anbernic RG280V Review

Well built and Pocket Friendly…the RG280V! The RG280V is a handheld console from the Chinese company, Anbernic. Its main focus is playing retro video games via emulation. Anbernic have produced many great devices (and a few bad ones) in recent years. They have designed and manufactured horizontal style consoles similar to the GBA, vertical style … Read more

Retroid Pocket Flip Review

Oh Flipping Heck…? The Retroid Pocket Flip is an Android based handheld gaming console, geared towards those who wish to emulate retro video game systems. It is made by the Chinese based company, Retroid, who have previously produced a number of high quality handheld gaming devices at affordable prices. The term ‘flip’ refers to the … Read more

Rainbow Islands Versions Reviewed and Ranked

When a video game is successful—as Rainbow Islands was—it is inevitably ported to platform after platform. And that’s great, because it means no matter what console you went with, you probably won’t miss out—there’ll be a version of said game you can pick up. However, when there are many different versions of a game, it … Read more

Valve Steam Deck Review

All hands on Deck! Full Steam ahead…whooo whoooooo! Well, I’m just going to say it. I love my Steam Deck. There, I said it – first line of the review.  Sure, it’s not perfect, but it does come pretty close. I love the quality of the build, the quality of the software, the size, the … Read more