Fatal Labyrinth is a game you desperately want to like, but it just doesn’t let you. An RPG with over three dozen levels, its random dungeons make each playthrough unique, and the presentation and exploration are very fun. However, Sega’s inexplicable decision to omit a password or save feature nearly ruins the entire experience, and you’re left with a massive quest that has to be done in a single sitting.
The fish with the license to kill is back! This time, Pond takes his mission out of the water, and he has a cool power suit to keep him from drying out.
Another gem from Sega’s closet of barely known games would be thief based Bonanza Bros., released on the Mega Drive. Containing qualities that could be a violent adult based game Sega molded it nicely into something that the younger generation could relate to and also providing a fun yet short challenge for the rest of us.
The sequel to the classic Golden Axe returns to the tried-and-true formula that made the original so much fun, but it’s lacking in a few areas. It’s still a great game worth playing, and any fan of the original should definitely try this one out.
Axel, Blaze, and Adam are three bad ass ex-cops who are taking it to the streets so they can make an attempt to clean the city up of all the smelly, good for nothing punks that are polluting the area. A madman named Mr. X is at the head of all this troublesome turmoil in the big city, and he is also the trio’s main nemesis. But to get to Mr. X, the bold threesome must first make it through stages consisting of seemingly endless streets, towering elevators, a beach that never sleeps, and a few other not so welcoming places.