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I randomly stumbled across this Amazon.com review of Bust-A-Move 4 on Dreamcast: …which inspired me to create this, in the style of Jack Chick Publication tracts: It’s important to be able to amuse yourself, I think. Advertisements
Originally Released: 2013 Version Played: Wii U When Sonic Lost World launched last October, reviews were… mixed. While some appreciated the soundtrack, creative stage design, and game play variety, others found the story lacking, the game too frustrating, or the new … Continue reading
While I’ve spend dozens, if not hundreds, of hours playing Genesis games on the Wii Virtual Console, I just recently jumped into the world of the Sega Genesis Classics Collection on Steam. A far cry from the load-screen-heavy collections on … Continue reading
Released November 28, 2013 / $5.99 Version Reviewed: 3DS Original Release: Arcade / 1987 EDIT: I was just informed on Twitter by the producer of the Sega 3D Classics, Yosuke Okunari, that Super Hang-On was not actually a Yu Suzuki-directed … Continue reading
Released November 27, 2012 / $4.99 Version Reviewed: PSN Original Release: Arcade / November 1994 While the Virtua Fighter series is my favorite fighting game franchise of all time, I didn’t really “get” the series until my friend Chris and … Continue reading
Released November, 1994 / 32X Looking back, Sega’s ill-fated 32X add-on doesn’t have much to boast about, but it did have one of the early console versions of Doom. At the time it was released, Doom for the 32X was … Continue reading
Released November 23, 2010 / $9.99 / Version: PSN Original Release: Dreamcast / January 24th, 2000 First things first: this PSN remaster is not the exact same Crazy Taxi that you spent entire weekends playing back in 2000. I mean, … Continue reading
Released May 22, 2012 / $4.99 / Version Reviewed: PSN Original Release: Genesis / December 2, 1989 Though his popularity has waned in recent years, primarily due to shifting tastes and a lack of memorable starring roles, Joe Musashi still … Continue reading