Welcome to RANews, your #1 source for everything RetroAchievements.
What to expect from this issue.
adamjohnny5 tells his RA story and the importance in remembering that the reason we are all here is to have fun playing video games and getting achievements.
List of running events in the RetroAchievements scene that are still open to join.
Stay up to date with what’s going on in Achievement Creation scene.
We’ll take a look at some player and developer stats specific to the PSP launch month.
Play This Set
Community members talking about their favorite sets and why you should play them.
Wish This Set
Wish This Set is intended to convince other members to request a game that doesn’t have an achievement set yet.
[For those who don’t know if a game doesn’t have achievements, you can Request a set for it by clicking in the
Request Set link in the game’s page.]
The leaves are falling, the autumn breeze is crisp, the crops are ripe for harvesting, and, thanks to ikki5, the RAGuide is ready to help you with farming for achievements in Harvest Moon 64.
pinguupinguu brings us 5 new tips from the community members to help you with your achievement hunting.
List of achievement sets released in the last month.
Revisions and Rescores
Which sets got a revision or a rescore.
Which sets got their game icons and/or badges changed.
Some statistics about the top 300 players of RetroAchievements and how they progressed over the last month.
Highlighting the members who have been with us and for how long.
Who are the champions of each console? This section takes a look at which users have the most mastery badges for various categories. Take a look at who has the most PSP mastery awards after 1 month of system support.
Most Wanted Games
List of games with no achievement sets that community is excited to see. Hopefully it can encourage some achievement creators to pick a game and create a set for it.
In this issue SporyTike brings a new Spot the Difference challenge submitted by echoscreen from “Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure (Mega Drive)”.
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