Sonic CD zooms onto major platforms this month, finally giving fans the version they’ve been wanting for years. Beautiful to look at and full of extras, this is the version that should please mobile gamers. Read on and see why it’s perhaps the best $1.99 you’ll spend this month.
The Wii Virtual Console started out strong, with lots of great (and even rare) Genesis games arriving each month. Lately though, things have slowed to a trickle, and it’s possible that this latest installment of our Genesis Virtual Console series may possibly be the last. That is, unless Nintendo realizes the potential it’s sitting on and cranks up the releases. Until then, enjoy the latest batch of games.
The Genesis has had something of a resurgence over the last few years. From the releases of three new RPGs to a new compilation for modern consoles and the steady stream of games coming to the Wii’s Virtual Console, there’s no shortage of 16-bit goodness to be had. Few should be surprised then, that Sega has turned its cannons to mobile phones. Already releasing titles for the iPhone and other cells, Sega has now began cranking up the amount of Genesis titles being released on Apple’s little wonder.
A new batch of Genesis titles has been released for the Wii Virtual Console, and we’re here to cover them for you as always. This latest group is pretty solid all around, but there are a few that really deserve a purchase above the others. Pulseman is one that everyone needs to play, and it’s finally been made available for American audiences. Read all about it and the rest of the releases in the latest installment of Genesis Virtual Console.
We’re back with a fresh batch of Genesis games on the Wii Virtual Console, and this installment may be the best yet. There’s been a slew of great 16-bit games pouring onto the console lately, and this latest group is definitely going to be hard to beat. Earthworm Jim, M.U.S.H.A., and Phantasy Star IV are among the classics arriving in this bunch, and with a trio like that, it’s going to be hard to hold onto those points for long! Read all about them in the latest edition of Genesis Virtual Console, and get ready to buy some Wii point cards. You’re going to need them.