Fishing is a relaxing activity, and doing it from the comfort of your couch is about as relaxing as it can get! Vic Tokai actually produced a fun home version of the sport, and its worth checking out, even if you haven’t traditionally been a fan.
Super Fighter Team returns with its third new release for the Genesis! Originally slated for publishing by Sage’s Creation in 1991, Star Odyssey disappeared for two decades. Its release marks the first Japanese Genesis game to be licensed for a modern release, so read on and see if it was worth the wait!
Lots of arcade shooters made the jump to the Genesis, but some suffered great changes. Insector-X is an example of a game that went through massive graphical and audio alterations on the trip home. The cartoony visuals were traded for some seriously robotic bugs, and the soundtrack was completely swapped out. Some argue that it’s all for the better, while some say the game is worse off for it.
Between a rising Genesis and a dying Master System, Sega had so much software on its plate that it had to farm some of it out. Crack down, a two-player coin-op port, was one game that got handed over to Sage’s Creation. Featuring simultaneous co-op and a buttload of levels, this fun little action title didn’t get the attention it deserved – until now! Read our full review and get ready to add another title to your library!
You’d never think that a shmup that has you flying a dirigible would be fun, but Steel Empire proves otherwise. Using the whole steampunk theme long before Sky Captain & the World of Tomorrow brought it to the big screen, it was one of the more obscure games in the genre. It was recently revived on the Game Boy Advance, but the Genesis version is the one to own.