Game Gear

Retro Freak’s Game Gear Converter delayed

Cyber Gadget’s Retro Freak is a pretty nice piece of neo retro goodness. The system can play games from a ton of classic cartridge-based systems, ranging from the TurboGrafx-16 to the Master System (If you want some detailed coverage, please check out or review). The system’s capabilities are to be extended thanks to the upcoming Game Gear Converter, which will add support for …

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Here’s how to update your Retro Freak’s firmware

Cyber Gadget’s Retro Freak console is pretty darn awesome. I mean, the thing plays almost every cartridge- and card-based retro game you can throw at it, from Master System games all the way to TurboGrafx-16 games. But if you’re still not convinced, you should read our review. Oh, and did you know it’ll soon be able to play Game Gear, SG-1000 and SEGA My …

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Retro Freak gets Game Gear, SG-1000 adapter this February

It looks as if Cyber Gadget will beat Hyperkin to the punch in releasing a SEGA Game Gear adapter for its respective retro system – the Retro Freak. Earlier this month, Cyber Gadget announced its Retro Freak “Gear Converter,” which will plug into the system’s Mega Drive slot to add Game Gear, SEGA Mark III (cartridge and My Card) and SG-1000 …

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Our western SEGA console 3DS themes will arrive to Japan

SEGA of Japan has released its SEGA 3D Classics Vol 2 physical compilation in Japan. Like with every release of this kind in Japan, Game Watch Impress has released its new in depth full interview with the SEGA 3D Classics producers, Yosuke Okunari (SEGA), Naoki Horii (M2), and Shimomura Issei (M2) about this compilation. During this interview interesting facts were revealed …

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Review: Cybergadget’s Retro Freak Console

A couple of weeks ago, we got ourselves a RetroFreak, a 15 cartridge/card format reader retrogaming console manufactured by Cybergadget (a Japanese company specialized in devices for gaming and retrogaming performance), we decided to give it a try and review it for you. We must start by saying retrogaming reader… Review: Cybergadget’s Retro Freak Console Review: Cybergadget’s Retro Freak Console …

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Get some SEGA style this Christmas with accessories from Numskull

You ready to fill your Christmas stockings with some SEGA goodness? Well looks like those fine people at Numskull might have just made some merchandise to go on your list of presents. You might have already heard of Numskull or, at least, some of the products they sell – such as the awesome SEGA console notebooks, Sonic the Hedgehog socks …

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GALLERY: A SEGA Hard Girls & Hardware expo opened in Japan

As we previously reported, SEGA of Japan, prior to the SEGA Hard Girls November concert, partnered with Gamers Akihabara to have a SEGA Hard Girls & SEGA Hardware temporary Museum, the expo + event is opening with free admission for all Japanese fans from today, November 6th to November 15th, 2015. If you are in Japan you can access the store with this …

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Compile Heart releases new info and screens for Neptunia vs SEGA Hard Girls game

Neptunia VS SEGA Hard Girls

Tokyo Game Show 2015 is just around the corner (Sept 17th), while SEGA & Nagoshi (Yakuza series, Binary Domain, Planet Harriers, etc.) are promising a show like no other with incredible reveals for this edition, in the meantime we are getting tease announcements prior to the show. Compile Heart has finally announced November 26th as a release date for the Neptunia vs SEGA …

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RetroN 5 adding Game Gear adapter later this year

The RetroN 5 can already play a ridiculous amount of games, including Genesis and Mega Drive titles, but later this year, it will add support for the Game Gear via an adapter, according to Hyperkin’s Product Manager Paul Leung. In speaking to The Show Radio during E3, Leung said, “Before the end of this year, we will have an adapter …

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Service Games: Audio Book Out Now

Just like the history book the journey to publish the audio book has been an arduous one, but the wait is finally over, as the book was released on audible on November 4th 2014. Starting with it’s humble beginnings in the 1950s and ending with its swan-song, the Dreamcast, in the early 2000s, Service Games is the complete history of …

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