The most famous amphibians of the 8-bit era pounded and kicked their way onto the Genesis in 1991. Many fans expected a huge upgrade, but the ported game seemed to lack a 16-bit punch. Still, it’s considered a solid game. How does it hold up against the NES original, though? Read on and see!
Side By Side
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!
Ay carumba! So many different versions of Bart’s first console game to choose from! Which is the better game, the NES or Genesis version? Well man, you’ll just have to read our complete side-by-side to find out!
Sega disappointed everyone by not releasing a true Sonic game for the Saturn, and what we got instead was Sonic 3D Blast, which was also ported to the Genesis. Well, now that we have two of them, why not see which one’s better? Check out our latest Side by Side and find out!
Rare’s Snake, Rattle ‘n’ Roll is widely considered to be a classic on the NES. A few years back, we reviewed the obscure Mega Drive version, but how about we take a closer look at the two? Well, staff writer Doug Jackson did just that, and his findings are now available in the latest installment of our Side by Side series.