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Everyone seems to think that Mario, Bowser, the Koopas and Donkey Kong are the deadliest of enemies. But this is patently not so, for they can regulary be seen go-kart racing with one another. Yes indeed, our heo the mighty Mario and his friends ... Read More
11 Nov, 2013 - Our chums at Nintendo Life recently investigated Read-Only Memory's excellent Sensible Software 1986-1999, a book which uncovers the history of one of Britain's most iconic games studios. ... Read More
22 Sep, 2013 - With the recent craze for producing retro remakes of classic games, perhaps it was only a matter of time before we saw a new James Pond game. A remake of the fishy platformer has now hit ... Read More
Featured in issue 34 of Retro Gamer magazine, this piece contains exclusive comments from Doug Bell - the Director, Lead Designer and Developer of the game. Be sure to check out the excellent Retro Gamer site here. View media item