Strategy games are very cool, and Tyrants is one of the better ones on the Genesis. Read our full review for all the details!
Author: Russ Meyer
Considered the best version available until the Sega Ages Collection was released on Saturn, Space Harrier is reason alone to own a 32X. Read the review to find out why.
Hmm, what have we here? A 32-bit add-on that promises all the bells and whistles, and one of its first titles is a half-baked port of one of the big killer apps of the era? Not quite the best way to introduce hardware. Yeah, it’s playable, but it’s also not full-screen and it’s missing levels. Buckle up friends and check out our review of Doom 32X, and don’t say we didn’t warn you.
The first in the genre on the Genesis, Rambo III is one run-‘n-gun that still holds up pretty well after all these years. Read our review and find out why!