Like RPGs? Good! We’ve got a review of the one that started the entire line of Shining games. Sega’s 1991 monster adventure, Shining in the Darkness, ushered in a new era of quality titles that have all maintained some sort of relation to each other, and have spawned over fifteen entries on more than half a dozen consoles. Read on, and see where it all began.
Mention the game Landstalker to any veteran gamer and you’re bound to get one of two responses: a nostalgic sigh or a slew of profanity. You may even get a little of both. It is unique to the 16-bit era and when it leaves that much of an impression on its players, you know something was done right.