Despite its simple premise and short duration, Cannon Spike is a Dreamcast favorite. It combined frantic bullet action with large bosses to give players a quick burst of adrenaline. The high is a short one, but it’s definitely one worth pursuing, especially with a second player along.
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3 Ninjas Kick Back did a decent enough job of breaking the cycle of poor licensed video games. It’s not perfect, but it won’t waste your time. The Sega CD version added a few bells and whistles to the presentation, along with a few exclusive stages, possibly making this the best version to play. If you’re looking for a solid platformer, this one is worth a look.
The Genesis is the console that keeps on giving! Homebrew projects have kept it alive for years, and we’re about to get an amazing port of Irem’s R-Type. We went hands-on with the recently released demo to see how it’s coming along, and we weren’t disappointed!
Lots of games get released and are forgotten for one reason or another, often due to circumstances beyond their actual quality. We’ve compiled a short list of some games that deserve a sequel but never got one. It’s not too late to change that, publishers!
The Shining series debuted on the Saturn with a return to its dungeon crawling roots. Despite bearing some of the genre’s flaws, Shining the Holy Ark was a strong entry with great gameplay and presentation that set the stage for Shining Force’s revival.