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ISSUE 20 – iiRcade News Flash

Sometimes great news about an industry member comes in after the magazine has already been laid out and needs to get into the magazine's next issue. iiRcade, a great supporter of Old School Gamer Magazine, had some releases that were announced in November and early...

Video Game Trading Card Spotlight – Jaden Berk

Our next Trading Card Spotlight features Jaden Berk, who is displayed on card number 1324, from the   Superstars of 2014 Collection.  Jaden has been around pinball in some sort of fashion his whole life. His father, Robert Berk, would create and start a pinball expo...

Atari 2600 Encyclopedia: Do you know Hangman?

Release Date: 1978 Publisher: Atari Controller: Joystick Players: 1 - 2 Genre: Education Alternate Title: Spelling Model #: CX2662 Rarity: 2 Programmer: Alan Miller This simplistic education title recreates the spelling game that has taught generations of children to...
ISSUE 20 – iiRcade News Flash

ISSUE 20 – iiRcade News Flash

Sometimes great news about an industry member comes in after the magazine has already been laid out and needs to get into the magazine's next issue. iiRcade, a great supporter of Old School Gamer Magazine, had some releases that were announced in November and early...

SNK VS. CAPCOM: THE MATCH OF THE MILLENNIUM Review

SNK VS. CAPCOM: THE MATCH OF THE MILLENNIUM Review

While many say that Marvel VS Capcom is the ultimate experience in fighting game crossovers, I have to disagree. As someone who frequented the arcades regularly, I spent plenty of time split between my favorite Capcom fighters like Street Fighter Alpha 2 and SNK...

Robin Of The Wood for the Commodore 64

Robin Of The Wood for the Commodore 64

Release Date: 1985 Publisher: Odin Computer Graphics Players: 1 Genre: Maze game, Arcade adventure Theme: Fantasy Developer: Steve Wetherill, Paul Salmon, Fred Gray Robin of the Wood was an imposing title on the Commodore 64 platform, and the developers pulled out all...