Those two famous fart-knockers are on the Game Gear! At the height of their popularity, Beavis & Butthead were everywhere, including ever game console out there. Did they score with their Game Gear outing, or is it just more TP for your bunghole? Well, you’ll have to check out our full review to find out!continue reading
There were tons of quality Master System games that never came to North America. Among them was perhaps one of the best platformers on the console. Only released in Europe and Brazil, Astérix is everything you’d expect from an awesome Sega title and then some. Find yourself a copy NOW.
Technos has released lots of games in its famous Kunio-kun series, including the famous River City Ransom. There were sports games too, like dodgeball. The Genesis version of the NES dodgeball game isn’t necessarily bad, but it will leave you wishing we’d gotten River City instead.
Psygnosis’ lovable little lemmings march their way onto the Master System! Though it suffers a few changes in the conversion process, the 8-bit version of the computer classic plays in fine form on Sega’s machine. If you want to try a new puzzle game, then this is one you definitely want to add to your Master System library.
It’s hot, almost too hot. That’s why it’s better to stay inside! And if you’re not going out, you’d better find something to do. Daytime television is not an option, so let our staff and readers show you why Sega games always make things better. There’s always something to discover or revisit, so read on and see what we’ve been up to in July.
Legendary sci-fi hero Buck Rogers found his way onto the Genesis in 1991 thanks to an Electronic Arts port of the classic Gold Box game, Countdown to Doomsday. A few things were lost in translation, but the game made it over in great form overall. If you’re looking for some old school PC RPG action, then this is one game you’ll definitely want to check out.