This fairly simplistic-looking adventure puzzle game was a huge success and was practically ported to every possible system you can imagine from around that time. In this review, we’re going to look at the Sega Mega Drive and Genesis version, which was the first I ever got to experience and still enjoy playing today.
After the success of previous mature titles such as Road Rash and F-22 Interceptor, Electronic Arts launched what was to be another great new franchise. In 1992, Desert Strike: Return to the Gulf hit the shelves and took the world by storm, due to both it’s overall quality and controversy surrounding the subject matter. Read our review…
In the early days of 8-bit home consoles, Sega tried to establish their own mascot to rival Nintendo’s Super Mario. What they came up with Alex Kidd! In this retrospective, we’re going to look back at his first and only outing for the Sega Mega Drive and Genesis.
It can be hard to think of what existed on the SEGA Mega Drive before the days of Sonic, but there are many games which are still regarded as classics today. Here is our retro review Castle of Illusion; an enchanting little platformer featuring Disney’s Mickey Mouse.
It’s quite common for a game to come bundled with a new console, whether it’s to display graphical prowess or to simply introduce you to an exclusive title or mascot. Nintendo had Super Mario, but in the late 80s and early 90s, before the release of Sonic the Hedgehog, SEGA’s flagship title for the Genesis and Mega Drive was no other than Altered Beast…
Not many people were lucky enough to have experienced the Dreamcast during its heyday. Certainly not enough to stop SEGA’s final machine kicking the proverbial bucket well before its time. Those that did though, were treated to an amazing crescendo of classic games as SEGA bowed out of the hardware market for good. One of those games was Skies of Arcadia and I’d like to share with you why it’s not only one of the greatest games of the Dreamcast’s stellar goodbye line-up, but arguably the finest JRPG to have ever been made.