Star Wars: Starfighter Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! After Star Wars Episode I was released in 1999, Star Wars fever was back and that meant an abundance of new video games for us to play in our favorite universe far, far away. In 2001, LucasArts released Star Wars: Starfighter for the Playstation 2 followed by a special editionContinue reading “Star Wars: Starfighter Review”

Astro Warrior Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! Sega released Astro Warrior for the Sega Master System in 1986. The space shooter is one of the first games I ever played, so I thought it was time to show it some love and review it for today’s article. How does it hold up from my childhood? Let’s hopContinue reading “Astro Warrior Review”

Wreckless: The Yakuza Missions Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! Back in 2002, a developer called Bunkasha that I’ve curiously never heard of dropped the game “Wreckless: The Yakuza Missions” for the original Xbox. The car physics and nature of the collisions made Wreckless a flash in the pan for the beginning of the Xbox. What stood out from WrecklessContinue reading “Wreckless: The Yakuza Missions Review”

Sega Rally Championship Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! Originally released by Sega in the arcades, Sega Rally Championship was ported to the Sega Saturn in North America in 1995. The game has been hailed as a new milestone for racing games as it was supposedly the first to feature different friction properties based on the type of terrainContinue reading “Sega Rally Championship Review”

Altered Beast Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! After its success in the arcade in 1988, Altered Beast was ported to the Sega Genesis in 1989 in North America and bundled with the console at launch. The game has received a lot of flak over the years, and until recently, I have never played it. It wasn’t untilContinue reading “Altered Beast Review”

Mega Man Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! Back in 1987, Capcom gave birth to the Mega Man series which is still going strong today. The success of the franchise is the result of clever-level designs, interchangeable weapons, and unique boss fights. Today, I’m reviewing the first Mega Man game for the original Nintendo. Let’s just get thisContinue reading “Mega Man Review”