Category Archives: Sega CD

Mortal Kombat Murders Competition on Sega CD – Today in History – May 26th, 1994

Mortal Kombat was the one title that did something no other title in history could. It forced Nintendo to change their staunch censoring policy. Prior to Mortal Kombat appearing on the Super Nintendo it was almost unheard of to see

Why Full Motion Video Was Horrible on Sega CD

Looking back today Full Motion Video games on the Sega CD are quite painful to play. Not just because most are rather horrible, and I like the genre so that is saying something, but because of the video quality. Some

Sonic CD Joins Sega Forever on Mobile

Sega is pushing their retro games with this Sega Forever project over on mobile platforms. On one hand it is awesome because you can play the full game with intermittent advertising pop up (free to play basically) or you can

Five Retro Full Motion Video Games that Push the Genre

Full Motion Video was supposed to be the revolutionary genre of the, then, incoming CD-ROM world. I am talking about the 80’s and early 90’s of gaming. A time when Sega fought Nintendo’s iron grip on gaming with innovative ideas,

Vay Brings Phantasy Star Role Playing to the Sega CD: Today in History- April 14th, 1994

The Sega CD was known for one thing, other than a lot of full motion video games, and that was animated introductions. Vay came to North America via Working Designs with a fully animated Anime style introduction that told the