The Sega Genesis and its great library of games got overshadowed during the console war with the SNES. For example, many of the best Sega Genesis RPGs got very little love compared to the top SNES RPGs, and a lot of people prefer the SNES ports of games over Sega ports. The SNES’s success in the console war (it sold like 20 million more systems, … Continue reading The 15 Most Underrated Sega Genesis Games
If you think you’re good at games, try Jump King. There’s a Smoking Hot Babe at the top! The promotional email I received for Jump King promised “a comically vicious vertical platformer.” My thought was, “Oh, I love platformers. Watch me eat this little game for breakfast.” But in the end, I was the breakfast. But Jump King is the kind of game that takes … Continue reading Leap until you Puke with Jump King – for Switch, PS4, and XBox
If Mega Man and Ninja Gaiden had a pet together… it would be Dogurai on PS4, Steam, and Switch Looking for a retro-style platforming game that is reminiscent of old Gameboy boy games? Dogurai is here to slice through the competition. The game has eight stages with countless enemies to hack and slash you way through. Dogurai was developed and published by Hungry Bear Games … Continue reading Dogurai for PS4 – Game Boy aesthetics in a tough platformer
Looking for a 3D platforming game experience for the Nintendo Switch in the same vein as old 3D platformers from the N64-era? Here comes New Super Lucky’s Tale, also known as Super Lucky’s Tale for Xbox/PC, to fill that void. There are lot of comparisons that can be made between this game and games like Banjo-Kazooie or even Super Mario Odyssey, but there are enough … Continue reading Super Lucky’s Tale For Nintendo Switch Review
Skul is not what it looks like. What appears to be a pixel-based roguelike Metroidvania is actually a Souls-like beat-em-up. And it works! Continue reading Skul: The Hero Slayer Review
The new fantasy-pixel platformer Goblin Sword proves the original formula still works today. Continue reading Is Goblin Sword for Nintendo Switch any Good?
The game starts off like your typical Japanese sentai show where a giant mechas fights a giant monster. Then it turns grim really quickly. Continue reading Hardcore Mecha PS4 Review (An Ode to Gundam)
From the graphics and music to the sheer variety of enemies and environments, Valfaris makes you want to keep playing, even if it means your repeated, gruesome death Continue reading Valfaris is Old-School Hard.
The physics and controls are stiff and can lead to a lot of cheap deaths. Add to that the fact that all hazards are insta-kill and it can get frustrating in short order. Continue reading Mekabolt Review