Retro News Round Up – September 2018

In this month’s Retro News Round Up – scratched Spectrum screens, Amiga artistry, and Shenmue’s Sailors. Or lack thereof.

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More info on Streets of Rage 4:

Kickstarter for Amiga 3000 inspired modular Amiga/PC desktop computer cases:

Tanglewood for the Mega Drive:

Deck Bouncer for the Game Boy:

Boun-Ma-Ze for the Game Boy:

Buggy Troll Mini Golf for the Game Boy:

Basket Case Boy for the Game Boy:

Max Pickles for the ZX Spectrum:

Souls Remaster for the ZX Spectrum:

Dawn of Kernel on the Amstrad CPC:

PoNG 4 for the Amiga:

A port of Scramble for the Atari 5200:

Nova the Squirrel for the NES:

Phantom of the Blasteroids for the Commodore 64:

Paranoia – Send in the Clones for the BBC Micro:

Rush Hour for the Vectrex:

Mono for the Commodore 64:

Hunters Moon Remastered for the Commodore 64:

Life on Earth for the MSX2:

Burn Us EXP for the MSX:

A cartridge release of the Japanese version of Return of Double Dragon for US SNES owners:

Nutmeg for the Amiga

A physical release of Zero Sphere on the Amiga – €25

Little Medusa on the NES, SNES, and Mega Drive:

Semo of Sonic Chaos:

English language translation of Ganbare Goemon Gaiden 2: Treasures of the World for the NES:

English language translation of Ninja Kid’s Demon Castle Adventure on the NES:

English language translation of Taro’s Quest for the NES:

English language translation of Ninja Boy 2 for the NES:

English language translation of Ripple Island for the NES:

English language translation of Mercernary Force for the Game Boy:

English language translation of Demon Child Zenki for the Game Gear:

English language translation of J.League Live for the N64:

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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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