There are some names in the gaming industry that hold great memories for many gamers. Nintendo, Sega, Konami and EA are some of the biggest
Everyday during lockdown RetroFaith.net will bring a new indie review. Today’s game is Null Drifter, a twin stick shooter from eastasiasoft that is both fun
Nintendo were riding high when they released the Super Famicom in November 1990. The success of the Famicon and NES put the gaming giant in
As always a bumper month of retro goodness. New games announced, excellent events and some special announcements. We roundup all the latest retro game news.
For retro game fans nothing gets the nostalgia juices bubbling more than a good old fashioned gaming fair. Last Saturday saw the second instalment of
A key highlight of the retro calendar descends on a large hotel conference centre in London. The London Gaming Market is the South-East’s biggest market
Snowboarding was big business in the mid to late 1990’s. The inaugural Winter X Games of 1997 brought this niche sport to the mainstream. Suddenly
On a wet, miserable day in Doncaster one of the key events in the video game calendar took place and it certainly did not disappoint.
Back at the turn of the century it was clear who was king of the home console wars. Sony’s PlayStation 2 is the biggest selling