“Seeing” retrogames through their sounds – Everyone tells me that I always try to “see” the beauty of things and I turn the difficulties I encounter into my strengths. And now I’m here, 40 years old, playing, having become blind, with my head full of 8-bit memories.
Memories of a past present
The dim light of the lamp illuminates the room as shivering shadows of the evening pass swiftly over the walls. Life can be strange sometimes: one joke leads to another and here I am writing my first editorial for this fantastic magazine.
8-bit Christmas Holidays. After a year like this one, spent mostly indoors or with a mask over your face, you may not feel much like celebrating the Christmas holidays, if for no other reason than the staggering number of victims of this damn virus.
The driving force of retrocomputing. The passion that we all share and call “retrocomputing” (including perhaps not entirely rightly the term “retrogaming”), like any other passion, leads us to spend a lot of time in the search for vintage hardware, original game…
Holiday time, memory time…Summer, with its torrid heat and hot nights came to visit all of us again. Probably now more than ever warmth and temperatures above average have been expected with such trepidation.
Spring 2020: there’s a scent of change in the air. Despite the frankly somewhat dark times we live in, this late spring brings many changes in our lives. Perhaps even finally a return to life as we know it, after the CoViD-19 nightmare. Even within our editorial initiative there are no shortage of changes on the horizon. Indeed, many have already started or will soon be under way
Welcome to our first international issue! RetroMagazine is a well underway project started in October 2017 by a small group of Italian retrocomputing enthusiasts .Yes, we know, there are many magazines dedicated to retrogames and they are gorgeous; so why the need for an additional homebrew fanzine?