Monthly Archives: April 2015

Disney Done Right on Sega Genesis

Disney games are some of the most popular with publishers, nearly as valuable to a game publisher as the coveted hit movie license.  During the heyday of the 16-Bit generation there was more than just a slight competition going on

Twist It is a New Sega Dreamcast Game that Mixes Magical Drop Game Play with Fantasy Theme

Sega leaving the Dreamcast open to hackers by going for protection via proprietary disc formats opened the console up to life after commercial death.  While this is the main reason a lot of people feel the system failed (piracy) it

Gaudream Brings Flappy Bird Style Action to the Sega Master System

Flappy Bird is this generations’ game that just won’t go away and it seems everyone has to release their take on it.  During the 16-Bit era it was fighting games, 32-Bit it was 3D fighting games and 3D action platform

Finally Dragon Force II for Sega Saturn is Available in English

Dragon Force may not have been met with record breaking sales in North America when Working Designs released it in 1996 for the Saturn it still garnered a sequel in Japan.  A Japan only sequel, until now.  The team over

Unleash Your Inner Mutant in X-Men: Children of the Atom for Sega Saturn – Today in History – April 6th, 1995

The X-Men have had a very good history in gaming, at least starting in the 16-Bit era.  Let’s ignore the Nintendo Entertainment System games for the sake of this article.  When Capcom got the license they immediately took it in

Rogue Style Role Playing Game Powder Ported to Sega Dreamcast

Powder is a Rogue-like role playing game for those that don’t know.  “Rogue” games are all about the randomness, the not knowing what to expect around the corner or just off in the darkness.  Powder captures that randomness quite well

Bruce Lee Gets New Sega Master System Game

The Sega Master System was not a complete failure, it did sell more than the Pioneer LaserActive and the Nintendo Virtual Boy.  That is like bragging about coming in third from last but it is not last, right?  Anyhow, a