If you’re looking for the boys of summer, keep walking friend, because they’re not in this dugout. Any player with self respect steers clear from this game, and you’ll probably find them playing World Series Baseball. Still interested? Then grab some Big League Chew and read our complete write up. Just don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Articles written by: Alex Burr
The Sega CD has only a few hockey games, and most fans choose to swat their pucks in cartridge form. When looking at games like, this, it become painfully clear why. Sony Imagesoft’s CD rendition of ESPN National Hockey Night offers little over its cartridge sibling save for some awful load times and grainy video. Check this one and stick (ha!) with the cartridge version.
Sega’s second attempt at a basketball game was only slightly better than the first, but at least there were signs of improvement. There must have been a slight hiccup with the basketball license though, as Laker coach Pat Riley was swapped out (traded?) for San Antonio legend David “the Admiral” Robinson.
Joe Montana’s NFL Football for the Sega CD is the redheaded stepchild of the series, and it pales in comparison to its cartridge brethren, something Sega CD games were simply not supposed to do. Take a time out and read our full review and see how poor Joe got sacked with this one.
For a quarter century, Vanna White has been making a fortune turning letters on a wall, even after technology had long made her obsolete. The popularity of Wheel of Fortune has endured for decades, and many a gaming platform has had its own version in some form or another. The Sega CD was no exception, but whatever charm and magic made the show such a hit was completely lost in this horrible version.