Virtua Fighter remains a three dimensional fighter, and therein lies one of its greatest strengths. It revolutionized the fighting game scene when it hit the arcades, and all those great features are present in the 32X version.
Author: Corey Adcock
Mechs are generally a good thing. Mech Warrior, Steel Battalion – both are great examples of how to do the genre right. Unfortunately, Metal Head is a prime example of the opposite. Want to know how not to make a game for a software-starved system? Read our review of this train wreck and learn!
More cetacean goodness for you! You’ve beaten the first Ecco the Dophin (you have, haven’t you?), and you’re itching for some more aquatic action. Well, it just so happens that we have another Ecco review for you.
In 1994, David Perry and Doug TenNapel created a platforming icon. Earthworm Jim was a huge hit, and he has since gone on to appear on a myriad of platforms. Sega-16 takes a look at how the famous annelid got his start and where he’s headed in our latest History of article. Come on in and get groovy!
How many appearances has Sega’s star Dolphin made already? It seems like he’s been everywhere since his Genesis debut, and the world needs another game (are you listening, Sega?). We have a review for you of the game where it all began, so come on in; the water’s fine.