Remember Battlezone? The first-person experience of driving a tank through a battlefied was revolutionary for its time, and the formula has cropped up now and then since the ’80s. Dynamix used it for its Sega CD space fighter Stellar Fire, though it seems the company forgot to include the most important part of the experience: the fun. Stellar Fire offers a different type of gameplay, compared to other shooters on the Sega CD, but just how much it has to give we’ll leave to you to determine.
Adventure gamers, we’ve something special for you! Sega-16 recently sat down with Dynamix founder Jeff Tunnell, creator of such classics as The Adventures of Willy Beamish and Rise of the Dragon. He had a lot of interesting things to say about what it was like to bring these two fan favorites to Sega’s little CD-ROM.
Happy Halloween! We may not have a spooky review for you today, but what we do have should keep you from feeling too scared. Read our write up of The Adventures of Willy Beamish, and see why digital comics on the Sega CD were so much fun.
Mention digital comics on the Sega CD, and most people will say Snatcher. There are quite a few more than that, and one of the best has to be Dynamix’s Rise of the Dragon. Filled with lots of great dialogue and an excellent storyline, it’s quite a ride! Check out our full review and see why you need to play it!