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I’ll be honest- I don’t know much about modern 2D fighting games, and I know even less about the publisher Dengeki Bunko and their work. Yet, I am having an absolute blast with Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax on the Vita. … Continue reading
I reviewed some of the Sega 3D Classics for Nintendo World Report! 3D Gunstar Heroes Review 3D Streets of Rage 2 Review 3D Thunder Blade Review 3D Fantasy Zone II W Review 3D OutRun Review 3D Fantasy Zone Review 3D … Continue reading
1994 / Sega Saturn / Japan-only Gale Racer is a slightly modified port of the 1991 Sega AM-2 arcade racer Rad Mobile. Rad Mobile is probably most famous for being the first in-game appearance of Sonic the Hedgehog, in the … Continue reading
As far as rad and unexpected Christmas presents go, it doesn’t get better than this gift I received from my (amazing) wife this year.
Yesterday, on Christmas Day, my wife and I downloaded the Crunchyroll app for Wii U. We then watched Hi-sCoool! SeHa Girls in its entirety. A day later, I still can’t get over how much I loved it. The basic premise of Hi-sCoool! … Continue reading
Back in 2012, I made a list of 99 Ways to Celebrate the Dreamcast in honor of the 13th anniversary of its North American release. To celebrate the 15th anniversary, I made yet another list of Dreamcast-related fun so you … Continue reading
Saturn, 1997 Neon Genesis Evangelion is my favorite anime series of all time. From the beginning to the bitter end of the series, I love it dearly. I bought VHS tapes with 2 episodes on each as they were released … Continue reading
Saturn, August 1997 (Japan) First off, if you’re curious about what Last Bronx is, or why it’s cool, check out this incredibly definitive article about the game over at Hardcore Gaming 101. OK done? Cool. I’m going to talk a … Continue reading
Saturn, 1997 Three years ago, I wrote a bit about Falcom games on Sega platforms. Today, I have something to add to that write-up, as I recently purchased a copy of Falcom Classics! Here’s a look at the packaging:
Last year, I wrote about the Sega Ages Phantasy Star Complete Collection for PS2 (which had recently been made available on the Japanese PSN for PS3). After years of pining for the Saturn Phantasy Star Collection, I recently, while on … Continue reading