Sometimes, the most unlikely of games get a second lease on life. That truth applies more to Shaq-Fu than just about any other game of the 16-bit era, but sometimes truth is stranger than fiction. Big Deez Productions is actually bringing the former NBA star back for a new PC game, and this time the game actually doesn’t sound so bad.
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It’s time for another edition of our monthly Reader Roundtable! See what our staff and readers have been playing in February, as you never know if they’ve played a game you missed or a gem you should revisit. There’s a lot of good stuff to talk about this month, so read on and enjoy!
Before he made everyone feel the need to “catch ‘em all,” Ken Sugimori released a great 16-bit platformer featuring a super hero named Pulseman for the Mega Drive. He spoke about its Virtual Console release with Sega of Japan’s Sega Voice in 2007, and Sega-16 is happy to present the translated interview for your enjoyment.
It’s probably very cold where you live, damn cold. Consider this: the weather is miserable, and you’re probably stuck at home, unable to go to school or work. Well, what better excuse to wrap yourself up and play some Genesis? Nature’s on your side, when you think of it! That’s what our staff and readers have done this month.
Looking for a portable Genesis so you can take your cartridges on the go, but find the Nomad a bit too pricey? Well, there are other options out there! We take a look at a relatively new one, the Hamy HG-806, and put it through its paces. It performs surprisingly well for non-Sega-made hardware, so read on and see if this one fits your needs.