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Interview: Matt Phillips (Tanglewood Game Developer)

Interview: Matt Phillips (Tanglewood Game Developer)

The Genesis homebrew scene is a wonderful opportunity for Sega fans to see new games made for their beloved console. Programmer Matt Phillips is working on a great platformer that will soon be available for purchase on an actual cartridge, and the game is looking awesome. We sat down with Matt to get all the details on his first Genesis homebrew game!

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Reader Roundtable Vol. 131

Reader Roundtable Vol. 131

Spring is here, and winter’s icy grip is finally thawing out. Through it all, our games have been there to keep our minds off the weather, and we can always rely on them to be a wonderful distraction. This month’s selection is a great assortment, and our readers are sure to find something they love or need to play. Read on and see!

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Preview: Paprium

Preview: Paprium

You’ve waited four long years, but WaterMelon’s next game is finally coming! Paprium could well be the best side-scrolling beat-’em-up ever made, and it’s set to take the Genesis to places no one thought it could go. WaterMelon has a pretty good track record for quality, and there’s no reason to doubt that it won’t deliver with this monster brawler.

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Reader Roundtable Vol. 130

Reader Roundtable Vol. 130

It’s great how most old games only age in years, continuing to stand the test of time even as more modern consoles replace them. Sega’s machines are home to many timeless classics, and there’s a nice feeling to going back and exploring some of the titles that slipped by earlier or just revisiting a favorite title. This month, we have a nice selection of classics from our staff and readers, so see what they were playing in February!

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Reader Roundtable Vol. 129

Reader Roundtable Vol. 129

2017 is here, and what better way to ring in the new year than with some great games? This month, our staff and readers have been playing a few classics. These are games that are timeless, but there are still some who might not have played them in years or even not at all. Check ’em out and see if there’s something you missed!

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