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Super Mario Bros World Record Beaten by 0.66 milliseconds

Speedrunner Darbian has managed to beat the previous Super Mario Bros Speedrun World Record by 0.66 milliseconds.

Guy Plays Super Mario Bros from the Boot of his Car

Guy decides to play Super Mario Bros on his NES outside in the boot of his car.

Guy plays Punch-Out on Projector Screen Outside

A fan of Punch-Out was recently photographed playing the game outside on a projector screen near a busy street.

Games Done Quick

Summer Games Done Quick: The Speed Runners Dream!

Gamers sure are a charitable bunch, none more so that the streaming community of twitch.tv. Over the past few months I have had the pleasure to watch and participate in...

These Guys Got Netflix Running on a NES | Funstock.co.uk

The guys over at Netflix Open Source got Netflix running on a NES – how does it look? Pretty much as you’d expect it to…

Retron 5 VS Super Retro TRIO | “Which Should I Buy – A Super Retro TRIO or a Retron 5?”

There are some key differences between the two devices, and it's important you consider what exactly you're looking for in a reproduction console - so we consider the...

Super Retro TRIO – Frequently Asked Questions

The Super Retro TRIO plays your original NES, SNES, and Mega Drive carts from all regions – and there are a few interesting things of note that all users of the...

Retron 5 – Frequently Asked Questions

The Retron 5 is really easy to use out of the box and requires little in the way of technical expertise. In terms of regular use, it’s pretty much a case of...

Retron 5 Cartridge Slots – How to Remove Carts Easily

Generally speaking, the Retron 5┬áis a solid and durable piece of retro gaming hardware – however, prior to the console’s UK release, there were anecdotal...

Dutch DJ Remakes Classic NES Soundtracks For Chiptune Album

If the soundtrack to your childhood was provided by the Nintendo Entertainment System then Dutch videogame music DJ and producer The Greatest Bits can help you recapture...

Woman Pays $7.99 for a Game Worth $15,000

Anybody heard of 'Stadium Events' for the Nintendo Entertainment System? Nope, neither had we! But apparently it's worth $15,000, and one lucky woman paid $7.99 for it.