Tag: Time Warner Int.

Genesis Reviews

Primal Rage

Normally, it would seem that nothing could top dinosaurs and other massive beasts fighting each other to the death. Heck, it’s what made all those Godzilla movies so great! Time Warner attempted to capitalize on this success with Primal Rage, but the results were less than satisfying. Clumsy gameplay and difficult control left it far short of the animalistic Street Fighter many gamers were hoping for.

Sega 32X Reviews

R.B.I. Baseball ’95

Tomorrow’s MLB all-star game looks to be a great one, so why not level off all that positive energy with a really poor baseball title? Time Warner Interactive’s R.B.I. Baseball ’95 for the 32X took zero advantage of the hardware, much like other titles on the add-on, and it was even outclassed by offerings on the stock Genesis that year, such as Sega’s own stellar World Series Baseball ’95. Check out our full review for the sorry details, and trust us, it’ll make watching tomorrow’s game THAT much better.

Genesis Reviews

Wayne Gretzky and the NHLPA All-Stars

There are a ton of hockey games on the Genesis, and EA seems to have the crown. Be that as it may it doesn’t mean we don’t have to take a look at the other games, and Time Warner Interactive took to the ice with its own entry. Wayne Gretzky and the NHLPA All-Stars had the endorement of the Great One himself, but how good is it?