Ghost of Tsushima Review

In 2020, Sucker Punch Productions and Sony Interactive Entertainment took us to a world filled with invading armies, beautiful scenery, and ancient traditions. Released exclusively for the PlayStation 4, Ghost of Tsushima was highly regarded by critics and fans. The samurai action-adventure game put us in the armor of Jin Sakai as he sought toContinue reading “Ghost of Tsushima Review”

Sudeki Review

An exclusive RPG landed on the original Xbox when Sudeki was released in 2004. The action-focused fantasy was developed by Climax Studios and published by Microsoft Game Studios. Four heroes must transverse through different realms and unite together to defeat the God of Darkness, Haigou. Let’s put our magical staffs together and unite some realmsContinue reading “Sudeki Review”

Sonic The Hedgehog

If Sega was going to compete with the goliath that was Nintendo, they needed to revamp their marketing after the generation of the Nintendo Entertainment System and Sega Master System were winding down. They needed something with spunk, something with speed, something that appealed to teens. Sega created Sonic The Hedgehog and the up-and-down mega-hitContinue reading “Sonic The Hedgehog”

Final Fantasy II

The original Final Fantasy was a success on the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1990. As it turns out there was nothing “final” about these fantasies as Square continued to produce them. Final Fantasy II was released in Japan in 1988 but would not see a release in the U.S. until Final Fantasy Origins for theContinue reading “Final Fantasy II”

Quartet

The Sega Master System had some strange games when it was released in 1986 in North America. A few arcade ports made some noise, but one that flew under the radar was Quartet. Developed and produced by Sega, Quartet put the player in control of Mary on her quest to find a dead body. TheContinue reading “Quartet”

Golden Axe II

The Sega Genesis had some huge arcade hits in its game library. Golden Axe was a fan favorite, but Golden Axe II took the franchise to a new level with its in-depth details, smooth mechanics, and addicting beat ’em up action. Developed and published by Sega in 1992, Golden Axe II became another hit forContinue reading “Golden Axe II”

Strange Brigade

What do you get when you mix Indiana Jones, 1930s serials, and hordes of undead? The answer is “Strange Brigade” a third-person shooter released in 2018 by developer and publisher Rebellion Developments. With an emphasis on co-op teamwork to raid crypts and stop an evil Queen spirit, Strange Brigade was available on the Xbox OneContinue reading “Strange Brigade”

Mega Man 5 Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! Dr. Wily plans world domination, Mega Man battles his robots and saves the day. Repeat. Repeat. Repeat. Repeat. Now that you are caught up from the first four Mega Man games and have discovered Capcom’s secret formula we can move on to my next review which is Mega Man 5.Continue reading “Mega Man 5 Review”

Final Fight 3 Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! Mike Haggar wasn’t finished in the streets fighting crime as Mayor of Metro City so, in 1996, Capcom released Final Fight 3 for the Super Nintendo. Final Fight 3 comes with four playable characters and a new gang to beat up. Would the third installment of the series honor theContinue reading “Final Fight 3 Review”

Aerostar Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! In 1991, Vic Tokai developed and published “Aerostar” for the Game Boy. The vertical shoot ’em up changed the formula of shooters by incorporating a power meter for your ship based on how long it can stay in the air. The player would need to take that into consideration whenContinue reading “Aerostar Review”