Summary: Whether you're a fan of Gamecenter CX, or just the 8-Bit era in general this is a must have game! Not only does this game have a perfect collection of homages of the main retro game genres, it completely immerses you in that era. Each game you unlock is better than the last. This game is like a walk down memory lane for the NES days of old.
Summary: The developers of Retro Game Challenge didn't just accurately recreate 8-bit gaming -- they made a bunch of really good games. Requiring players to complete specific challenges is a great way to get us thinking about a game in new ways. Plus there's all this extra content that they didn't need to include, but it makes this feel like a very robust package.
Summary: This collection of games based on 8-Bit classics is both addictive and fun. This is a loving tribute to everyone that played video games in the 80s, based on the Japanese TV show, GameCenter CX. Step back in time and relive the charm of some old-school style games!
Summary: Because the game takes me back to the old days of gaming. Was really neat on the storyline of you being a young boy and playing games in another decade. I can recommend this to other enthusiasts of video games and historians of that nature.
Summary: This game blew my expectations out of the water! I loved the in-game-living-room-on-the-bottom-screen mechanic, and the games are challenging yet able to be mastered. I would recommend this game to all GameCenter CX fans or anyone who loves retro games with modern utilities!
Summary: I'd been obsessively watching episodes of Game Center CX on YouTube when I found out about this game. It's great! The games within the game do a great job of capturing the fun and excitement of getting new games for the NES. Highly recommended.
Summary: To someone unfamiliar with the show this game is based on Retro Game Challenge is going to seem really odd. It's a selection of retro style games within a strange framework. Anyone familiar with Game Center CX will instantly understand the premise, and all the references said framework provides. Anyone else might be left scratching their head.