Based on the suprisingly successful Stallone movie of the same name, it’s your run-of-the-mill cash run that lacks all the creativity and fun we’ve come to expect from most licensed titles. We’ve a full review for you, so take a deep breath and read on gentle gamer.
Tag: Sony Imagesoft
Core Design was a heavy supporter of the Genesis, and it brought that support to the Sega CD. Together with Virgin Games, Core ported its cartridge platformer Chuck Rock, adding in some cut scenes and a new soundtrack. Aside from these minor difference, however, the game essentially remained the same. Is it worth buying over the cartridge version?
1993 saw the release of Francis Ford Coppola’s version of the horror classic Bram Stoker’s Dracula. The film tried to remain faithful to the novel while injecting a more modernized interpretation of everyone’s favorite vampire. Such a concept sounds like it would make for a great video game, right? Well, it did, and that’s why we have the Castlevania series. Unfortunately, Sony Imagesoft decided to license the film for a game released for several platforms, including the Sega CD. The latter included FMV cut scenes and cool-looking rendered backgrounds but not much else of note.
Full motion video attack! Yes, many gamers automatically think of these controversial games whenever the subject of the Sega CD comes up. There are a ton of them, and many deserve the negative comments that spew forth at the very mention of their name. What about Ground Zero Texas, one of Digital Pictures many attempts at making the genre popular? Well, you could possibly consider it the poster boy for everything people hate with FMV games.
It’s almost time for the biggest event in soccer! The World Cup looms, and Sega-16 has a little something to get you in the mood! How does a review of the incredible Sensible Soccer: International Edition sound? Lace up those cleats, because it’s game time!