Boom shakalaka! The biggest of all arcade sports games comes to home consoles! Yes, just about every console short of the CD-I got a port of NBA Jam, so how does the Genesis versions fare? Why not check out our full report and see?
Author: Jason Owens
OutRun 2019 deviates from the classic formula the series is known for, and for that reason it’s the most controversial of the bunch. Deviation doesn’t necessarily mean inferiority, so this one may be worth checking out for fans of the OutRun games and racing lovers in general.
Culminating the famous saga, the final installment brought more of everything to the table and pulled out all the stops.
Axel, Blaze, and Adam are three bad ass ex-cops who are taking it to the streets so they can make an attempt to clean the city up of all the smelly, good for nothing punks that are polluting the area. A madman named Mr. X is at the head of all this troublesome turmoil in the big city, and he is also the trio’s main nemesis. But to get to Mr. X, the bold threesome must first make it through stages consisting of seemingly endless streets, towering elevators, a beach that never sleeps, and a few other not so welcoming places.
Like the title suggests, in Cool Spot, you get to control the cool little red spot that walks and wears a pair of shades. Seeing that this unsung celebrity has been stuck on billions of 7-up cans and has been seen in a few commercials, the makers decided that he deserved his very own video game at long last.