Dreamcast Reviews

Samba de Amigo

One of the Dreamcast’s most innovative titles featured a dancing, maraca-shaking monkey. That alone should have been enough to call attention, but developer Sonic Team built an incredibly fun and engaging game around him. Samba de Amigo is a game no one with a Dreamcast should miss.

SG-1000 Reviews


Compile defied hardware limitations to bless the SG-1000 with a great shooter. Gulkave has variety, presentation, and a robust power-up system to keep players engaged over its 30 stages. If you’re looking for a new shooter for Sega’s first console, look no further.

Dreamcast Reviews

Cannon Spike

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.

Sega CD Reviews

3 Ninjas Kick Back

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.