What better way to celebrate Atari Day than checking out 1982's Quantum by Atari!
Give Me SEGA! Or, just give me a song about it. I'm easy to please.
For the fourth video uploaded by CryptTube, we fans of Tales from the Crypt can check out all the cinematics for the
“The Home Row,” “ASDF,” timed typing, and words per minute were the standard terms heard in any late 1980s and 1990s keyboarding class. But there was one computer program we all heard of, and probably used, when learning to be future Retroist writers. That computer program was Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing. Did Mavis teach you?(more…)
We live in a weird and wonderful time when Super7 if releasing action figures for Ghosts 'n Goblins!
Did you know we could have received a new Darkwing Duck game last year? Check out what could have been!
SEGA of America’s attempts at keeping the Genesis alive by the mid-1990s (following the announcement in early 1995 that the Genesis would be discontinued) came on the heels of several different products. The SEGA Channel was offered beginning in 1994, but there were also two kid-friendly attempts to market the system to younger audiences. Do you remember SEGA Pico, and SEGA Club?(more…)
From the system that was forever trying to play "anything you can do, I can do better," with their rival Nintendo, comes the precursor to Mario Paint, but for the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive. They called it...Art Alive!
Let's take a look at a controversy that is over the 30 years old. Did Castlevania II rip off the art style of Ravenloft?
What's it like to spend New Year's Eve back in the 1980s? Check out the Arcadia Retrocade to find out.