Ultracore is a good example of how games long-thought lost can somehow manage to overcome the odds and find their way into the eager hands of gamers. It only took around three decades, but Psygnosis’ run-‘n-gun is finally available. Was it worth the wait? Read our full review to find out!
Chaos Engine, or Soldiers of Fortune, as it’s known in the U.S., was a great shooter by the Bitmap Bros. that saw releases on several different formats. In this installment of Side-by-Side, we take a look at how Sega’s version stacks up against the one released on the Amiga CD32. Which one comes out on top? Read on and see!
The Genesis has enjoyed quite a lively revival in the past decade, and new games are coming from all over the world. 1985 Alternativo’s port of Uwol: Quest for Money may not be the deepest game out there, but it’s a solid port and a worthy addition to anyone’s Genesis library.
The Genesis has become a great platform for homebrew titles, and brand new games have already arrived from companies like Super Fighter Team and Watermelon. Another company, called 1985 Alternativo, continues its series of releases with a brand new puzzle game. While it may not be the next Tetris, SupraKillMinds is still a fun and engaging title worth checking out.
What do you get when you take the latest multimedia technology and pair it with one of the best basketball players of all time? A complete trainwreck! When people usually think of Scotty Pippen, his rap talents aren’t the first thing to come to mind, and why anyone thought it would be a great idea to have him rap in an 32X FMV game is a puzzle best left to time…