My sincere thanks to James Swift for this fantastic overview!
Thanks to James Swift for tackling this boxing game with a thousand names! Down, but not out.
Not since Pro Wrestling have I seen a Master System cover this grotesque.
Many thanks to James Swift for stepping in and reviewing these sports games! Ol’ Joe forgot to change his jersey for the Master System version. Ouch…
Professor Layton, After Hours Let my generic-looking knight go!
“G-Force Induced Loss of Consciousness,” Goooooo!
Anime characters run headlong into danger, and also, maybe, perhaps, their destiny! That ape is really upset by the skull-throwing torso, as we all should be.
1978 called, they want their invaders back! Released one year after the Japanese version for reasons unknown. PLAYERS: 1 PUBLISHER: Taito DEVELOPER: Taito GENRE: Arcade/Shoot-em-up DIFFICULTY: Moderate RELEASE DATE: 09/07/90 – (JP) 1991 – (US) Space Invaders 91 (or Space Invaders ’90 as it’s known in Japan) has a killer […]
This is some gorgeous, eye-catching art for an innocuous puzzle game. Sucks to be purple. PLAYERS: 1-2 simultaneous/alternating PUBLISHER: Sega DEVELOPER: Jeff Geertsen (port by Sega) GENRE: Puzzle DIFFICULTY: Expert RELEASE DATE: 06/30/90 – (JP) 09/90 – (US) 02/91 – (EU) Columns is a falling-block puzzle game usually viewed […]
The original subtitle for PSIII in Japan was “Successors of Time.” Purple Rain II: A Prince for All Generations PLAYERS: 1 PUBLISHER/DEVELOPER: Sega GENRE: RPG RELEASE DATE: 04/21/90 – (JP) 07/91 – (US) 1991 – (EU) Before I began Phantasy Star III, I was told by well-meaning fans of […]