Zoinks, Mr. Palmer.
Sega Does’ first co-authored review! James Swift tackles the Genesis port in detail, while Dylan tries desperately to comprehend the Master System version! That’s why you don’t build castles on top of landmasses on top of volcanoes.
Many thanks to James Swift for stepping in and reviewing this sports game! What a time to be alive.
Crack me down to Explosion City, where the bombs are big and the blasts are pretty. I sure hope those are flesh-colored pants.
“G-Force Induced Loss of Consciousness,” Goooooo!
This review comes courtesy of Gary Heneghan, a long-time reader/commenter on the site. He also writes for Retro Redress. Thanks for taking one for the team, Gary! Watch out, Cutie! They’re behind you!
Summer days, summer nights are gone.
I miss 80s exercise videos.
In this special series on the Pioneer LaserActive, guest author Taylor Pinson will be discussing some of the games released on the Sega PAC, an add-on for the LaserActive that could play Genesis, Sega CD, and Mega LD titles. This cover sums up the LaserActive: bizarre imagery promoted as edutainment. PLAYERS: 1 […]
Why, yes, I would like to play Strider… …unless Zach Morris, age 45, has anything to say about it. PLAYERS: 1 PUBLISHER: Sega DEVELOPER: Capcom (port by Sega) GENRE: Action DIFFICULTY: Adjustable RELEASE DATE: 09/29/90 – (JP) 11/90 – (US) 05/91 – (EU) Since its arcade release in 1989, […]