Have you played any of the Mutant League games on the Mega Drive? The games have a cult following and the original designer even took to Kickstarter to get a campaign going to rerelease Mutant League Football but sadly didn’t succeed.

But that didn’t stop Michael Mendheim hence the rerelease of MLF is still happening regardless of the campaign. Mutant Football League is the name of the reboot and according to the trailer, it’s looking superb for Alpha footage!

The game will feature 4 player online and local co-op and multiplay in which you can pick from 30 teams with a variety of creatures. Along with that a full season mode which contains a 13 game season, playoffs and the Mayhem Bowl.


If you are lucky enough to be going to PAX Prime this weekend, you’ll be able to play it! No ETA on the game release yet, but it will be available on Steam, iOS, Android, Xbox One and Playstation 4.

source: retrogamingmagazine


Turok rerelease (circa 2013)

Back in May I mentioned details regarding the rerelease of Turok: Dinosaur Hunter and Turok 2 (and not the 2008 reboot). The information then was regarding a talented fan Sam Villerreal who is porting and recreating the Turok games as well as Powerslave with improved visuals and support for modern PCs.

Well, Sam was hired by Night Dive Studios to work on getting the rerelease out sooner with a team responsible for bringing System Shock 2 out to OSX and (modern) Windows. The latest word is that the game will be sold via Steam and Good old Games as one of many stores but with no ETA as of yet.

source: retrogamer.net



Finally, Bethesda has allowed Good old Games to sell a whole heap of games on their site. Classics like Quake, Doom, as well as the early Fallout games and of course Elder Scrolls. Here’s the full list:

  • Quake with Mission Pack 1 & 2
  • Ultimate Doom
  • Doom 2 + Final Doom
  • Fallout
  • Fallout 2
  • Fallout Tactics
  • Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
  • An Elder Scrolls Legend: Battlespire
  • and The Elder Scrolls Adventures: Redguard

Also the games are available in three bundles (id Software, Elder Scrolls and Fallout) with a discount for a limited time. Also if you purchase any Bethesda game from that list or the bundles linked above, you’ll get The Elder Scrolls: Arena as well as Daggerfall for free.

All the games are available only for Windows and all at gog.com

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