Tag: 1992

Sega CD Reviews

Cobra Command

The Sega CD debuted with few titles that really showed off its capabilities, and although scorned today, Cobra Command was unlike anything most gamers had experienced on home consoles at the time. Of course, the proof is in the pudding, and gameplay is what really matters. Does this hold up? Read our review and see.

Genesis Reviews

Streets of Rage 2

The first 16-megabit game on the Genesis came in the form of a blockbuster sequel for the incredible Streets of Rage. It took everything great about the first game and pumped it up to cosmic heights, giving players a game that lives on as perhaps the greatest beat-’em-up on the console. it doesn’t get any better than this.

Sega CD Reviews

Lunar: The Silver Star

If ever there was a reason to buy a Sega CD, Lunar: The Silver Star was it. Although remade masterfully for the Playstation, the Sega CD version was a stunning RPG for its time and something that owners of the system could smirk about when their friends came over. This was why they had spent all that money. This was the reward for their months of suffering at the hands of poor FMV games and lackluster ports. This was the ├╝ber adventure they had waited so eagerly for and it was good, damn good.