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Hellfire

Hellfire

To celebrate the publishing of our 700th review, we’ve chosen a shooter that’s aptly named. Toaplan’s Hellfire was released by the shortly-lived Seismic, and it’s pretty darn hard. Though it may not be visually stunning compared to other games in the genre, it’s a great game that offers solid gameplay and a rockin’ soundtrack to compliment its difficulty level.

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Air Diver

Air Diver

Take to the skies and fight terrorists in your F-119 Stealth Fighter! Barrel roll to dodge incoming fire as you fight your away towards… um… massive alien spaceships? Yes, Seismic’s Air Diver is a game whose plot isn’t really worth mulling over, so perhaps it’s better that you just grab your controller and play. That way, you can concentrate on the totally average gameplay, or maybe you should plug in a copy of Afterburner II. Go ahead, I’ll wait. Oh, you’re still here? Then why not read our full review of Air Diver? Don’t say I didn’t warn you.

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Super Hydlide

The public outcry of support following our Dungeons & Dragons review was so big that we just had to review another obscure RPG. Well, actually there was no outcry, and we only have my penchant for playing games no one else does to blame. For that reason, we give you our review of Super Hydlide. Enjoy!

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M.U.S.H.A.

M.U.S.H.A.

Compile’s M.U.S.H.A. is often hailed as one of the best vertical shooters ever made. Indeed, few can doubt the overall quality of this game and its place in the pantheon of Genesis shmups. But is it really all it’s hyped to be? Why not read out review and find out?

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