Geist Review

Nintendo, the company known for family-friendly fun on home consoles stepped away from the “PG” content in 2005 when they developed and published Geist for the GameCube. As a super-natural, first-person shooter adventure game, Geist had much to offer including nudity! It’s a bit of a hidden gem on the GameCube and one that tookContinue reading “Geist 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”

Sunset Overdrive

Insomniac Games is one of the premier developers for PlayStation having created numerous critically acclaimed series like Marvel’s Spider-Man, Resistance, Spyro The Dragon, and Ratchet & Clank. All fantastic series for Sony consoles. But before Sony officially put a ring on Insomniac, the game developer created Sunset Overdrive in 2014 for the Xbox One. TheContinue reading “Sunset Overdrive”


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”

Choplifter II

Choplifter is a game that has been remade and ported to many systems throughout the years since the inception of it in 1982 for the Apple II computer. The creator of it all was Dan Gorlin and each time it was ported his name was on the menu. A sequel to the original was finallyContinue reading “Choplifter II”

Lost Planet: Extreme Condition

Set on a frozen planet filled with snow pirates, monstrous wildlife, mech suits, and extreme conditions, Lost Planet: Extreme Condition was released for the Xbox 360 in 2006. Developed and published by Capcom, Lost Planet was originally scheduled to be an Xbox 360 exclusive before being ported to the PlayStation 3 two years later. ThisContinue reading “Lost Planet: Extreme Condition”

Gladiator: Sword of Vengeance

After the release of the box office success “Gladiator” in 2000, ancient Rome became a breeding ground for video games. Gladiator: Sword of Vengeance was developed by Acclaim Studios Manchester and published by Acclaim Entertainment in 2003 for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox. The game itself is rarely talked about and I personally had neverContinue reading “Gladiator: Sword of Vengeance”

Beetle Adventure Racing

“Slug bug, no hit backs.” One of the games that always comes up as a “hidden gem” for the Nintendo 64 library is “Beetle Adventure Racing”. Developed by Paradigm Entertainment and published by Electronic Arts, Beetle Adventure Racing was released in 1999. Would the arcade racing game suck me in or was it a mirageContinue reading “Beetle Adventure Racing”

Pro Wrestling

Developed and published by Sega in 1986 for the Sega Master System, Pro Wrestling gives you an opportunity to step inside the ring and win the tag team championship in three separate leagues. Featuring four different tag teams and a two-player mode, Pro Wrestling was an early hit for Sega Master System fans. How doesContinue reading “Pro Wrestling”

Virtua Tennis

Video games are amazing for making sports or chores that I normally don’t care about and turning them into something fun. Soccer, hockey, and tennis are sports I don’t care to play or watch but if I get a controller in my hand and see these sports on my consoles, there’s a good chance IContinue reading “Virtua Tennis”