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The House of The Dead: How A ’90s Arcade Game Spawned A Zombie Renaissance

The House of The Dead: How A ’90s Arcade Game Spawned A Zombie Renaissance

Sega’s House of the Dead series mixed wonderful presentation with blistering action to create a great arcade experience. Join us as we examine the first game, which was a gory-good time and brought zombies back to the video game forefront.

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NBA Live ’97

NBA Live ’97

The NBA Live series is one of the most treasured sports franchise on the Genesis. The 1997 installment doesn’t make any huge leaps in gameplay or presentation, but it still offers a solidly entertaining way to shoot some 16-bit hoops.

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Interview: David O’Hare (Advertising Specialist)

Interview: David O’Hare (Advertising Specialist)

Goodby, Berlin & Silverstein’s “WELCOME TO THE NEXT LEVEL” campaign, along with the legendary “Sega Scream,” gave Sega the edge it needed to finally break Nintendo’s monopoly on the industry and become part of popular culture. David O’Hare was part of that legendary campaign, and he shares his experience with us in this exclusive interview!

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Congo Bongo (SG-1000)

Congo Bongo (SG-1000)

Congo Bongo is one of Sega’s underrated arcade titles, and it’s more than a mere Donkey Kong clone. Unfortunately, its charm and engaging gameplay didn’t make it into the SG-1000 conversion. What’s left is barely reminiscent of the coin-op, and it fails to offer any incentive for play over superior ports on other hardware of the era.

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Home Alone (Game Gear)

Home Alone (Game Gear)

Home Alone is a holiday classic, and the licensed Sega games are of surprising quality. The Game Gear port of the Genesis version is underrated, as it does a great job of maintaining the 16-bit version’s gameplay and charm. It’s one most people have likely missed.

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