Quite a few of Atari’s polygonal arcade hits found their way to the Genesis, surprising many. Most were competent facsimiles of their coin-op siblings, but only so much could be done with software. The Genesis was simply not made to run advanced polygonal games, and while it may not reflect as much in the visuals, it certainly does in the framerate and gameplay.
Just because the World Series has ended doesn’t mean fans have to move on to another sport. The Genesis offers tons of baseball games from which to choose, and among them is Tengen’s R.B.I. series. The fourth edition improves upon its predecessors in many ways, but it still has some major flaws. Is it worth playing? Read on and see!
Lucasfilm’s franchises seemed to get their fair share of horrible games, and the Man in the Hat is no exception. This time, all the stops are pulled, as it’s Indy’s youth that’s plundered. Horrible control and bad level design are to blame for souring what was a really good television series.
The Mega Drive in Europe received a series of Sega compilations that had some classic games on them. Some were even packed in with the hardware, giving new owners and instant selection of titles. Though many of these games have been released many times in the decades since, at the time it was a great deal to get them all in one place.
Want to conquer the world? Ever have a desire to be master of all you survey? Well, then we’ve got a game for you! Micronet’s sequel to Warrior of Rome fixes a lot of what was wrong with the original game and makes total domination easier than before. There are still some issues with difficulty, but it’s well worth playing and a great addition to any Genesis library.