Retro News Round Up – March 2017

In this month’s round up Castlevania gets the TV treatment, the Watara Supervision gets reborn (kind of), and the Wii U gets one last retro hurrah.

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This episode’s links:

Kickstarter For a reprint of the Sega Mega Drive: Collected Works:

Blocked Kickstarter for the Neo Geo Anthology:

Digitised code wheels:

Watara Supervision emulator called the Wataroo:

Unofficial HD remake of Prince of the Yolkfolk for the PC:

NES Classic Mini supply drying up?

More on the Retroblox system:

Indiegogo page for the Atari Table Pong project:

Backlit Game Boy Colors on the Chinese online retailer TaoBao:

All the entrants on the Amiga Game Jam:

Monty Mole and the Temple of Lost Souls on the ZX Spectrum:

Foggy’s Quest to Narg and Back Again on the ZX Spectrum:

Metal Man Remixed on the ZX Spectrum:

Hanoi for the Atari Lynx:

Meteor Wave for the Vic-20:

Tetris on the Commodore 64:

Zero and the Castle of Infinite Sadness for the MSX:

Kickstarter for Unholy Knight on the SNES:

Crowdfunding for the Banketh on the NES:

Patreon page for Reshoot R for the Amiga:

Footage of N64 third person shooter Riqa:

Download Quik the Thunder Rabbit for the SNES:

Download Primal Rage 2 through MAME:

More of those MAME goodies I mentioned:

Fan translation of Detective Conan: The Legendary Treasure of Strange Rock Island on the Game Boy Color:

Fan translation of Gun-Nac on the NES:

Fan translation of Virtual Fishing on the Virtual Boy:

Fan translation of Glory of Heracles IV: Gift from the Gods on the SNES:

Fan translation of Fullmetal Alchemist: Stray Rondo for the Game Boy Advance:

Fan translation of Godzilla Monster of Monsters for the NES:

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An enthusiastic retro gamer with a specific interest in ancient portables - which he looks at in his Handheld History series. He also rounds up the latest retro gaming news every month in the aptly titled 'Retro News Round Up.' You can follow him on Twitter at @ebtks

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