The World Cup may be over, but there’s plenty of soccer action to be found on the Genesis. EA sports has you covered with the first installment in its long-running FIFA series. This is the one that started it all! Later entries may have eclipsed it, but it was here that the groundwork was set, and it introduced four-player gameplay to the series.
Kevin’s back for another round against the Wet Bandits! Unfortunately, it’s the player who ends up all wet with this game. Unlike the first Home Alone, which was engaging and fun, the sequel is just a poor-playing exercise in frustration. Maybe next time they should just leave Kevin home for good.
Another milestone for Sega-16, and the same month as our 10th anniversary! Our staff and readers have shared their 16-bit gaming experiences month by month for years now, and we reach a landmark with this installment! This month, we share games that we’ve discovered through Sega-16 over the past 10 years. There have been more than a few, to say the least!
Sega-16 celebrates its 10th anniversary this month. Who would have thought that we’d still be talking about the Genesis after an entire decade? Well, Genesis fans, that’s who! Thank you to everyone who has contributed and read our articles over the years. It’s been our pleasure to create them, and we’re just getting started!
Are you really excited for the 2014 World Cup? Well, the action doesn’t end when the last game is over! Why not check out Marko’s Magic Football, a decent little platformer by Domark. Who doesn’t want to use a magic soccer ball to kill bad guys? And you get to recycle, too! What more could you ask for? Turn off ESPN and play some Genesis!