Even without gargantuan boss encounters or vast gameplay diversity, AH-3 Thunderstrike provides some of the strongest action available on the Sega CD. Pick it up and discover for yourself why critics and journalists used to care about Core.
Author: Lillian Koehl
The Sega CD debuted with few titles that really showed off its capabilities, and although scorned today, Cobra Command was unlike anything most gamers had experienced on home consoles at the time. Of course, the proof is in the pudding, and gameplay is what really matters. Does this hold up? Read our review and see.
Ecco the Dolphin (CD)
Ecco’s is an oceanic adventure filled to the brim with creativity, complexity and even a dash of mystery. It’s an adventure that will try your patience for each of its thirty aquatic levels, six of which are exclusive to the stereosonic Sega CD revision.
Sega answered Nintendo’s Tetris monster with a puzzle game of its own. Though not as popular, Columns proved to be a solid seller, despite some flaws. Is it worth tracking down for your Genesis? Read our review and find out.