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  • Blog Post: Atari Adventure Creator To Present At GDC

    Adventure for the Atari 2600 is considered one of the first graphic action/adventure games ever created. Creator Warren Robinett will be revealing how he got the pioneering game to fit into only 4K of memory during an upcoming post mortem presentation on the game at the Game Developer's Conference... More
  • Blog Post: Archive.org Expands Adds 2,400 MS-DOS Games To Free Online Collection

    In addition to the over 900 classic arcade games, The Internet Arcade has posted playable version of 2,400 old-school MS-DOS games. Archive.org has been doing some great work in preserving video game's early history (something I touch on in this feature ), and has now expanded with a staggering selection... More
  • Blog Post: Internet Arcade Offers Up Over 900 Arcade Classics For Free

    Archive.org is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving our Internet and digital history. It's now expanded its collection to include emulations of classic arcade games. According to Archive.org , its newly opened Internet Arcade is "a web-based library of arcade (coin-operated) video... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Are You Excited For PlayStation Now?

    Sony's taking a new approach to backwards compatibility with PlayStation Now, a new streaming gaming service that will allow you to play titles from past generations of PlayStation on a variety of devices. This is the service Sony has been working on since it acquired Gakai and, judging by the announcement... More
  • Blog Post: Developers Prepping Emulators For Ouya Launch, Company Responds

    In a post on the official Ouya forums , forum administrator Ed Krassenstein states that a variety of emulators are being prepped for the March 28th launch of Ouya, designed to play NES, Super Nintendo, and Nintendo 64 ROMs. A representative for Ouya has responded to Game Informer with a statement on... More
  • Blog Post: PS4 Isn't Backwards Compatible, Old Games Available Through Cloud

    At the Sony PlayStation 4 press conference, Gaikai's Dave Perry seemed to confirm the rumors that the system would not be backwards compatible with PS3 games, but Sony has big plans to allow users access to the PlayStation back catalog. While Perry said PS3 games are "not natively supported... More
  • Blog Post: Seen At Classic Gaming Expo 2012

    Every year the Classic Gaming Expo sets up shop in Las Vegas. The conference just closed its doors for another year, and its exhibitors are busy packing up their wares, but you can check out some of the expo's highlights in our media gallery. No fancy greeting at the CGE A row of classic arcade games... More
  • Blog Post: Resident Evil 6 Anthology Editions To Include Past RE Titles

    If you're willing to spend an extra $30 when you buy Capcom's upcoming Resident Evil 6, you could also score digital copies of a handful of past classics from the series. Today, on its blog Capcom-Unity , the company confirmed rumors that there would be special Resident Evil 6 Anthology editions... More
  • Blog Post: Monkey Paw To Bring Tomba To PSN

    MonkeyPaw Games, which specializes in releasing classic games on digital platforms like PSN and XBLA, intends to port Sony's classic Tomba! to PlayStation Network. In an interview with Joystiq , MonkeyPaw CEO John Greiner revealed that the company had purchased the rights to bring the game to the... More
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