Author: Aaron Savadge

Genesis Reviews

Fatal Fury 2

One of the perks of owning a Genesis was getting all the big-name SNK fighters for a third of the cost. Among the many releases was Fatal Fury 2, which was quickly gobbled up by demanding fans. Sega-16 has the complete run down on how it held up, so read our review for all the black and blue details.

Genesis Reviews


Already a favorite of computer gamers, Starflight soared onto the Genesis and promptly left its stamp as one of the best games ever made for the console. True, such comments get tossed around quite a bit, but in this case, it’s more than warranted. The sheer level of freedom and sense of exploration Starflight provided was enough to keep you occupied literally for weeks. The delicate balance between action and simulation was never broken, and it was always a blast.

Features, Power Battles

Genesis Power Battles Vol. 03: Pulseman vs. VectorMan

It seems like our readers just can’t get enough of our Genesis Power Battles series, and that makes us very happy. We hope that reading about two 16-bit stars duking it out is as much fun to read as it is to write, and since it’s just so much darn fun, we’ve another installment already lined up for you! Volume three has the Genesis legend VectorMan going toe-to-toe with the electric hero Pulseman. Check it out to see who had the edge.

Sega 32X Reviews

Zaxxon’s Motherbase 2000

The 32X tried really hard to impress with its 3D visuals, and to be frank, it didn’t really succeed all that often. Sega also tried hard to attract gamers with innovative gameplay ideas, and they even resurrected a long-forgotten franchise in the attempt. Zaxxon’s Motherbase 2000 didn’t exactly do its namesake justice, but didn’t exactly fall on its face either. Check out our full report for all the flat-shaded details!

Genesis Reviews


Some games are hard. Not enough to frustrate, but just enough to pose a serious challenge. Other games seek to dominate you completely, and you’re feeble skills are no match for their relentless and never-ending onslaught. Sub-Terrania is one such title, and it’s a game where there’s really no middle ground. You either like it or hate it.