Space Harrier

A bad trip I don’t want to relive… Space Harrier was a big hit in the arcades so, in 1986, Sega ported the game to the Sega Master System. The game showcased what the Master System could do while providing a solid port to the game so many loved. For this review, it was myContinue reading “Space Harrier”

Dead or Alive 4 Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! Team Ninja and Tecmo took the leap and launched Dead or Alive 4 for the Xbox 360 in 2005. Our favorite girls are back in action as the evil DOATEC organization is under fire for their terrible human experiments. Join the jiggly cast of beautiful girls and help win theContinue reading “Dead or Alive 4 Review”

Gunstar Heroes Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! Hardcore. Insane. Suicidal. These are the words that come to my mind when I played Gunstar Heroes. Released by Treasure and Sega in 1993 for the Sega Genesis, Gunstar Heroes took the Contra formula and cranked it up. This crushing run-and-gun shooter blew gamers away with how much action itContinue reading “Gunstar Heroes Review”

Cloud Master Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! In 1989, Sega and Opera House teamed up and released “Cloud Master” for the Sega Master System. After its success in the arcade, Sega decided to bring the horizontal shooter to their home console. Cloud Master is one of the most random and bizarre shooters with its giant bosses andContinue reading “Cloud Master Review”

Final Fight Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! Released in 1991 for the Super Nintendo, “Final Fight” introduced us to the crime-fighting mayor, Mike Haggar. With its success in the arcades, Capcom ported Final Fight to the Super Nintendo but the North American version was censored and changed for the sensitive eyes of American kids. Was it stillContinue reading “Final Fight Review”

Zillion II Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! In 1988, Sega released the follow-up to Zillion on the Sega Master System in North America. Dubbed “Zillion II: The Tri-Formation” the game completely changed the formula of what made the first Zillion great. Instead of exploring an underground base on foot, our hero J.J. must survive eight side-scrolling levels.Continue reading “Zillion II Review”

Dead or Alive 2 Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! The fighting series Dead or Alive bounced its way onto the video game scene in the late 90s with releases on the Sega Saturn and PlayStation. Known for bouncing breasts and fighting, Team Ninja and Tecmo teamed up to release a sequel in 2000 for the Sega Dreamcast and PlayStationContinue reading “Dead or Alive 2 Review”

Gradius Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! Space Shooters were all the rage in the 80s, and Konami wanted to get in on the action. After success in the arcades, Gradius was released in 1986 in North America for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Gradius would go on to spawn numerous sequels as the weird space shooter wouldContinue reading “Gradius Review”

Mario Kart 64 Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! Super Mario Kart ushered in a new genre of kart racing for generations of video games to come. In 1997, Nintendo and Shigeru Miyamoto were at it again with a follow-up on the Nintendo 64. How would the racer fare in 3D? Would it be able to keep up withContinue reading “Mario Kart 64 Review”

Foul Play Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! Beat ’em ups have fallen out of the mainstream machine of video games for quite some time now but now and then a game pops up that manages to add new mechanics or gameplay to the well-beaten genre. Released in 2013 for the Xbox 360 and 2015 for the PlayStationContinue reading “Foul Play Review”