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: 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: I bought this not knowing how it would turn but the game is definitely worth it. It brings back the retro with none of the glitches or crashes. This game had me hooked for about a month. I would say that it might even be my favorite game of all time.
A Fun Collection of Retro Style Games Lovingly Wrapped in Nostalgia
Jaded X. Gamer, Amazon
29 April 2012
Summary: Remember the 80's? I sure don't, but I played a lot of games from 80's during the 90's. So I've got a soft spot for the old 8-bit gaming generation. Retro Game Challenge strives to snuggle up with those rose tinted memories and make you feel all kinds of fuzzy. That make any sense? No? Lemme just start over. Retro Game Challenge is a small collection of original games modeled in the same manner of the 8-bit games of yesteryear.
Summary: I mean, it's not too late to buy it, but if you had bought it when it came out and it had been more popular, maybe we'd get to play the sequel. But nope. Too bad. I hope you're happy having ruined it for everybody.
Summary: At first, it sounds like a bunch of old games repackaged into DS format, but in fact it is something completely different. Retro Game Challenge is a unique experience you can't find anywhere else. Play 8 new games made to look like 8-bit games from the mid to late 1980's as you try to overcome the challenges given by the Brain Age dude's evil cousin, Game Master Arino (To be quite honest, that's what he reminds me of.
Summary: This game is a steal since the price has dropped. I had wanted to pick this up before but had forgotten about it. Kotaku is rerunning the TV show and it reminded me about this game. Its a series of old games that you have to achieve certain goals for. Its not just play the game to the end but you have to kind of like Xbox achievements. Its like the show in that someone is watching you play and occasionally making some comments.