What’s the best way to make a video game version of a Hollywood action blockbuster? Why, make it a puzzle game, of course! Well, maybe not. Stargate for the Game Gear ditched its shooting action persona and tried to emulate games like Columns and Tetris. The result? Well, we now know where Kurt Russell should have put that nuclear bomb…
Racing games can be fun on a handheld, especially when they’re part of Sega’s legendary motorcycle series. GP Rider manages to bring all the fun of the Hang-On games to the Game Gear, making this another quality title to add to your library. Don’t miss it!
Those lovable Lemmings are back! Players once again have the chance to guide those meandering little buggers across cleverly designed stages, and the Genesis sequel adds more of what fans loved so much about the original. Get ready for more fun with a great sequel to the classic game!
Those two famous fart-knockers are on the Game Gear! At the height of their popularity, Beavis & Butthead were everywhere, including ever game console out there. Did they score with their Game Gear outing, or is it just more TP for your bunghole? Well, you’ll have to check out our full review to find out!
Nickelodeon’s raunchy duo made its way to the Game Gear in 1994, courtesy of Realtime Associates, and the game managed to capture a good deal of the show’s charm. While it may not be the most challenging or engaging platformer out there, it’s definitely worth some playtime.