Had your fill of mascots yet? Tired of furry heroes running around, saving the day? Well then how Rex? He’s different! He has no hair! Um, no? Not convinced? Well, we don’t blame you. Aside from not being a mammal, Radical Rex offers nothing really all that different from all the other platformers on the Genesis.
Articles written by: Joseph C.
Sonic returns in the second installment of to his fourth official outing. There have been some improvements to most of the major issues from the first game, but new problems take away from what could have been a major lift to this series. Read our complete hands-on and see why!
America’s first cartoon family comes to the Genesis courtesy of Taito, in all their prehistoric glory. As licensed platformers go, it’s certainly not the best, but there are far worse games to spend your hard-earned clams on. Our only question is: why can’t we use Barney Rubble?
Everyone remembers their first Genesis console. For many, it was the machine that sparked a lifelong love of gaming, and sometimes only a few classics were needed to make such a huge impression. Read on as one Sega fan shares his tale of discovering the magic of Sega’s 16-bit machine.
The original Jurassic Park set the movie world on fire with its dramatic tale of living dinosaurs and science gone wrong. The game was hyped just as much, though reactions were (and still are) mixed. Of course, the inevitable sequel came, and Sega released a Genesis version soon after. Actually the third Jurassic Park game on the console, The Lost World was the final original domestic release for Sega’s 16-bit wonder until Majesco ported Frogger a year later. Our poor Genesis was indeed inherited by reptiles and amphibians!