Retro Faith was lucky to catch up with Freezedream who has been working hard on the soundtrack for new Neo Geo shmup Project Neon. Freezedream is also know in the retro community for releasing a Mega Drive cart… Read More
It is not everyday a techno album is released on the Mega Drive but Sega’s blast processing beast certainly has the sonic capabilities to pull it off. Retro Faith was lucky to get an interview with Remute. The… Read More
Its 26 years since Treasure exploded onto the console scene with Gunstar Heroes. The legendary developers first game regularly finds itself in Mega Drive top ten lists due to its amazing presentation and excellent playability. Gunstar Heroes cemented… Read More
The early days of video games were intriguing times. The genres we all take for granted now had not been set in stone and what you would think of as the classic 2D platformer was still not familiar… Read More
Following the release of Xeno Crisis on the Mega Drive last month Retro Faith has been playing a lot of shooters for Sega’s 16-bit beast. The Mega Drive has a lot of alien inspired shooters and we take… Read More
It feels as though Sega release a compilation of their back catalogue every month. Nobody can accuse them of denying you to access their blast processing goodness of old. The collections usually take the form of dozens of… Read More
Nintendo’s retro revival has started to gather pace recently. They have fully embraced the benefits of allowing gamers access to their older back catalogues.
A new regular feature from Retro Faith. Interviews with community members. First up is Douglas Titchmarsh.