While SNES owners were amazed by Super Star Wars and its excellent sequels, Sega CD owners struggled to view the grainy video in Rebel Assault and shook their heads in puzzled silence at Software Toolworks Star Wars Chess. Sure, it seems like a cool idea, until you see the laughable cut scenes and experience the long loading times and occasional game-breaking glitches. Suddenly, Star Wars Arcade on 32X doesn’t look so bad.
Author: Mike Schmidt
Go go Power Rangers! The group that has been kicking butt since 1993, and every console since then has had at least one game in the franchise. The Genesis and Sega CD got a few, including an adaptation of the popular first film. Does it do justice to the source material? You’ll have to read our full review to find out!