Articles with Retro tag
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Retro Dose #28 - Myst

Who am I? Where am I? These are just some of the questions we are looking for answers in today's Retro Dose in which we travel to the island of Myst full of puzzles and even more questions.The genre of adventure has always been a bit complicated in terms of logical puzzles, but the title Myst in 1993 has taken a slightly different idea as its basis , but it was still a little complicated. In addition to the first person perspective , unlike most other ancient adventures, in Myst, you have not talked to other people or combined items to

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Retro Dose #27 - Chrono Trigger

In the near future we could spend some time again with the good old SNES. With this Retro Dose, we will try to alleviate the pain if a specific title is missing.With a recent announcement, Nintendo has unveiled its new "SNES Classic Mini Retro Console", which is now ready to go with pre-orders, and with a little luck this time more than ten people will get it. As was the case with the previous NES Classic Mini, SNES will also feature a collection of some of the best titles of that generation, but many now argue that one of the necessary

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Retro Dose #26 - Ape Escape

Come with us into a Retro Dose in which a Sony classic from the ancient PS One days demonstrates how to use mushrooms to avoid bananas and capture the silly monkeys using a net.Today we take it for granted that every honest controller must have two analog sticks. But if you go back to the past, you might be surprised by the fact that the first Playstation console has actually launched by this way of control. Only a few years after the PSX had already won the world, a well-known Dualshock controller, the one with the possibility of vibration and two

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Retro Dose #25 - Monster Rancher

Here's a game that many do not know, and could be liked by Pokemon fans. Plus, something very interesting happens when you eject a disc during the game. Lesson from Gaming History, People!Do not let your name frighten you, I know that this "Monster" part might sound awful for some but Monster Rancher is slightly more inclined to Pokemon, but unlike the RPG genre, this is actually a simulation of life and concern about various "animals".As it has gained 17 extensions and iterations for almost two decades, I will only hold the first one that Tecmo released in 1997 for PSX.

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Retro Dose #24 - Sanitarium

Todays Retro Dose leads us to the madness of an old point'n'click psychic horror, Sanitarium.Sanitarium, besides being brutally bizarre and somewhat morbid back in 1998, it was also an unusual combination of psychological horror in shoes of a point and click PC adventure. The game begins with a character you are playing - Max, who is on the verge of some revolutionary discovery, but because he was running home so he can tell it to his wife (and us players) he has a traffic accident that ends in a coma. What follows is awakening in a mysterious asylum without any memory