Every month, our staff and readers share what they’ve been playing. A lot of hidden gems and some well-known classics are discussed, and we hope they’ve helped people find some great new games to play. This month’s selection is filled with some Genesis legends, and we hope you give them a chance if you haven’t already played them or take them out for another spin if you have.
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!
Released late in the lifespan of the Genesis, Ristar went unnoticed and unappreciated in 1995. The Game Gear version received equal treatment, though it was an excellent platformer that managed to retain all the charm and gameplay of its 16-bit sibling. It’s time to give this one the attention it deserves.
The Shadow of the Beast reboot surfaced at this year’s Gamescon Conference in Cologne, Germany. More environments and gameplay were shown, and a clearer image of what to expect emerged. Does it look to be something worth anticipating? Read our preview and find out!
The Genesis is getting another official release, and this time it’s one that’s been wanted for a long time. Water Margin is a fantasy beat-’em-up based on the classic Chinese novel of the same name, and Piko Interactive has given it a physical release, including bug and gameplay fixes!