Sega Card games tend to be simple, but Ghost House packs a lot of fun into such a tiny format. Its arcade roots show, and those looking for a simple, score-based experience with decent graphics and sound should give it a try. Besides, who wouldn’t want to punch a ghost right in the face?continue reading
If you’ve read our preview of Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom, then you’re undoubtedly awaiting its release. We’ve spoken to the game’s producer, Thomas Kern, for more information, and he was kind enough to shed some light on this highly anticipated title!
Close the door, grab a seat, and keep that candy for yourself! Let the little moochers of the neighborhood knock on someone else’s door; there are games to play! October is a great month to go back and play some of the spookier games on the Genesis, Game Gear, and Master System. There are also lots of other titles worth revisiting. Read on and see what our staff and readers have been playing this month!
Originally released only in Brazil, the Mega Drive version of Duke Nukem 3D is finally getting a worldwide release, courtesy of Piko Interactive. We had the chance to talk to its founder, Eleazar Galindo, about Piko and its releases, including Duke.
The classic Castlevania series was the envy of Master System owners everywhere for many years, until Master of Darkness was released in 1992. An excellent game that sported great presentation and gameplay, it never came to the U.S. on the console, but import versions are thankfully inexpensive. This is one to own!