This page is dedicated to those who inspired or helped create Retro Revival X, whether it be directly or indirectly. If your name is on here, then you have my sincerest thanks and my eternal respect
Doddy (my best friend for far too long!), with whom I used to swap Mega Drive games, read magazines, play on his Sega Saturn and regularly still play PC games with.
Manus, my very good friend and my Guinea Pig for the site, whose feedback and advice throughout its development were invaluable.
The National Media Museum, especially everybody working on the New Media collection and the Games Lounge, which was the catalyst for the site’s creation. Also a big thank you to the Museum for allowing me to take photos of the Games Lounge gallery.
Everybody at Eidolon’s Inn, OverClocked ReMix and The Spriters Resource, three websites that I have been a big fan of and have had much admiration to for many years, which in turn led to me wanting to acknowledge their contributions to retro gaming revival in this site.
Steve Snake, for creating quality Sega emulators that have given me much enjoyment over the years.
byuu, a very talented emulator author whose commitment and determination towards his SNES projects is something to be truly admired and acknowledged.
Oliver Hindle a.k.a. Superpowerless, for allowing me to feature his material on Retro Revival X and for introducing me to the Chiptune scene.
Travis Pitts, for granting me permission to use his Pac-Man picture on my site and for all of his other exceptionally brilliant artwork.
Nina Matsumoto for letting me feature her ‘Backseat Gaming’ artwork on the Art section, and for producing many fantastic pieces of art.
And finally, special thanks goes to the movie ‘TRON: Legacy’, which was the inspiration for the sites graphical theme.