Taz appeared on just about every Sega console during the early ’90s. Some were better than others, but the often-overlooked Master System version remains one deserving of some attention. It’s not the best of the brand, but what’s there is enough to keep you interested all the way through.
Tag: Sega Europe
We translated this interview that was in the October 1995 issue of the Spanish video game magazine Hitech. The conversation with Sega Europe’s Director of Marketing and Sales Andy Mee focused on the Saturn and its battle against the PlayStation.
This interview appeared in the May 1995 issue of the Spanish magazine HiTech. In it, Sega Marketing Director Barry Jafrato talks about the upcoming Saturn and its competitors in the next generation market.
While not inherently a bad game, it suffers from a wide range of problems that combine to keep the good captain from reaching his full potential. There are some good ideas here, but sadly no amount of heart can make Captain Planet’s Genesis adventure a good one.
Sonic had several outings on the Master System, some good and some bad. Sonic Chaos falls somewhere in the middle. Feeling more like basic training than a challenge, the game never really seems to get going. The result will leave many wanting more.