The Olympics may be over, but there are still a few gold medals to be had! Oh wait, that would probably work better if the game in question were actually good. Accolade’s Winter Challenge was much too ambitious for the hardware at the time, and the final product is a bland experience with tepid gameplay and an even worse framerate. Don’t believe us? Then read our full review and see for yourself.
Articles written by: Doug Jackson
Nowadays, we’re used to massive game compilations that feature tons of games and extras. It wasn’t always so, however, and some early collections were barely collections at all. Take Arcade Classics, for example. Three games – one of which is Pong – doesn’t exactly offer much bang for your buck. This is as bare bones as it gets folks, and yet we’ve taken the time to review it for you. Go play the real versions of Centipede and Missile Command on MAME or in a real cabinet so we’ll feel better about ourselves, will ya?
Racing has many faces, from the dirty danger of rally competition to the chaotic madness that takes place on city streets. With so many different options, it seems as though there’s something for everyone, and while all are loved, none are more prestigious than formula one racing. So why then, did Sega’s Formula One World Championship for Sega CD try its best to burn rubber on such a grand legacy?