Tag: Arcade

Genesis Reviews


Frogger has been making the rounds for almost two decades, and the little amphibian star has appeared on every console known to man. Majesco inexplicably decided on the classic title as the final official domestic release for the American Genesis, and we have a full review of that port, which no doubt taxes the Genesis hardware more than any game before it! Reeebit… I mean, read it for all the details.

Sega 32X Reviews

Virtua Racing Deluxe

Virtua Racing Deluxe was way better than the Genesis version and was very close to the arcade Virtua Racing minus just a few features. Some new stuff has been added to make this a better overall game though, and while racing fans might not get all the features they expect from a racing sim, there are some things here that will keep them interested.

Genesis Reviews

Super Monaco GP

Before a certain hedgehog took the world by storm, Sega was still relying on its arcade ports. Gamers weren’t taken by the advertising as well as the company would have liked, but the quality of the games was there. Like e Golden Axe, Sega produced a home version of Super Monaco GP that improved on the original with added modes and features. The World Championship mode is enough to keep players occupied for weeks, and there’s some solid arcade racing in there to boot!

Genesis Reviews

Arcade Classics

Nowadays, we’re used to massive game compilations that feature tons of games and extras. It wasn’t always so, however, and some early collections were barely collections at all. Take Arcade Classics, for example. Three games – one of which is Pong – doesn’t exactly offer much bang for your buck. This is as bare bones as it gets folks, and yet we’ve taken the time to review it for you. Go play the real versions of Centipede and Missile Command on MAME or in a real cabinet so we’ll feel better about ourselves, will ya?