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The retro renaissance may have passed, but that still doesn’t mean we’re not going to get some titles which truly channel the spirit of the past or give modern concepts that good old 90s spin!

I played a lot of retro-style games in 2016, and unfortunately a lot that I really liked (such as “Crypt of the Necro Dancer” and “Darkest Dungeon”) didn’t quite make the cut, for one reason or another, but the three that I ended up picking are utterly fantastic!

Thanks to the Internet, their nostalgia for the shows they watched and games they played as children reached the ears of the people who actually have the power to bring them back, and so they did.

But as the market got saturated by these “retro” properties, a HUGE number of which weren’t really all that great at all (I genuinely fail to think of a single movie reboot of an 80s property that was any good, and many independent game makers opted to use “retro” graphics for their games to cut costs even when they weren’t appropriate).

In order to be able to properly answer the question of why retro is not doing too well and gradually disappearing, we need to discover just why it was popular in the first place.

Since then, we’ve learned what the Marvel Cinematic Universe holds for us all the way up until 2019, and the same can be said for the DC Extended Universe, which started in 2011 with “Man of Steel”.They’re classics such as: You love “Dark Souls”, right? Well, have you ever looked at “Dark Souls” and said to yourself “Hmm, yeah, I mean, this is pretty great, but you know what would make it better? Well, the guys over at Ska Studios definitely did, and bless them for it! How could I not give the number 1 spot to “Stardew Valley”, a quiet, peaceful game about farming made by one person which, nonetheless, managed to capture the hearts of gamers worldwide?This game is often referred to on the Internet as a 2D “Dark Souls”, but its unique perspective provides a completely different style of gameplay which requires you to think in a very new way. I grew up on 2D brawlers like “Golden Axe”, “Streets of Rage” and “Maximum Carnage”, and as some of you may know, one of my most favorite games of all time is “Hotline Miami”, which I’m always ready to talk to you about. It’s delightfully messed up, with creepy, twisted and violent visuals that are able to remain dark while still being completely over the top. Don’t get me wrong, the game is fantastic – its writing is on-point (even though there’s no story to speak of), its atmosphere is spot-on for a relaxing game that will always bring a smile to your face, its mechanics are well-thought out and well-implemented, there’s a lot to do in the game already, with even more things already being added…Games like “Shovel Knight” and “Super Meat Boy” look and feel like they came from a different era, while other titles such as “Hotline Miami”, “Retro City Rampage” and “FEZ” are filled with so much love for the 80s and 90s that one just can’t help but feel nostalgic for days gone by when playing them.The same goes for movies and TV shows – “Drive”, which directly inspired the aforementioned “Hotline Miami”, would feel right at home if it was released as an 80s low budget pulp thriller, and then of course there’s the smash hit series “Stranger Things”, which is essentially the 80s Stephen King adaptation that never was.

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