Evercade

Evercade C64 Collection 1 review

The Commodore 64 is one of those rare formats, like the Amiga and Atari ST, where it’s impossible to count how many games were released for it. The 8-bit microcomputer launched in 1982 and was still knocking around in the mid-90s, even gaining conversions of Capcom’s Street Fighter...
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The Atari 7800’s catalogue is worth a closer look

When people think of Atari, the games and systems that spring to mind likely depend on which decade you grew up in. ‘80s kids will recall the company’s coin-munching arcade cabinets and the behemoth that was the Atari 2600 – a system that managed to survive the ’84...

C64 games come to Evercade this October, finally

We didn’t expect another Evercade cartridge to be announced this week, yet here we are. It seems manufacturers Blaze are listening to feedback, as the next cartridge is a Commodore 64 extravaganza, featuring 14 titles – including Impossible Mission, Summer Games, and Jeff Minter’s Iridis Alpha. Blaze has...

The latest Evercade cart reveal is a complete surprise

Well, the latest Evercade cart reveal is certainly a surprise. Renovation Collection 1 will include 12 titles from Japanese publisher Telenet and its US subsidiary Renovation. While obscure, these are deep cuts of 16-bit (Genesis/Mega Drive) history – all 12 games are considered rare nowadays, and consequently cherished by...

Five reasons to be excited about the Evercade handheld

The news and excitement surrounding the upcoming SEGA Mega Drive Mini and PC Engine Coregrafx Mini have seemingly pushed the Evercade to the wayside. Despite the creators issuing regular news updates, the retro-influenced handheld hasn’t received anywhere as near as much attention. The core concept of the Evercade...