The Sega Dreamcast was a system that had some really cool and innovative games. However, the console never had as much widespread appeal as the PS2 or Xbox. I could write an entire article about the failings of the Sega Dreamcast, but I’m going to write about the results of the failure instead. Specifically, I want to take some time to evaluate the 12 most … Continue reading The 12 Most Underrated Sega Dreamcast Games
Even if the Sega franchise strikes you as dabbling in old school gaming, it is well worth a look at the systems. Some of the original Sega CD (or Mega-CD in Europe) games have an astounding amount of appeal that lovers of all things gaming should consider giving a try. Continue reading 10 Sega CD Games that Might Justify Owning One
Hello all and welcome back to another Hyp3rblue’s Top Lists. Last month I spoke about some SNES games I used to own and how a few that I’m looking to add back to my collection have really gone up in price. I was both a SNES and a Sega Genesis (or Mega Drive) kid. Luckily for me, I never sold my Genesis games. It’s probably … Continue reading Prices are Still Rising for these Sega Genesis Games
Retro gaming consoles tend to follow a predictable price pattern as they age. They are expensive on release, somewhat rapidly drop in price as new merchandise becomes available, and then inevitably rise in price when the system is old enough to inspire collectors. Guess where the Sega Dreamcast prices are at on the timeline? That’s right, Sega Dreamcast games are rising in price commensurate with … Continue reading Sega Dreamcast Prices Are Rising Fast: What Games Should You Collect?
Sega’s systems have had plenty of great RPGs, but like Rodney Dangerfield, they get no respect. Sega Dreamcast was a very intriguing system that never lived up to its full potential. Despite having internet connectivity and good graphics, the Dreamcast lacked the sales to keep up with the competition. Remember, the system suffered from the misfortune of having the PlayStation 2, Xbox, and GameCube launching … Continue reading The 15 Best Sega Dreamcast RPGs
I believe Phantasy Star III deserves more praise for the unique elements it brought to gaming back in 1990. I’m not just saying this out of a sense of fanboy nostalgia, either. There’s none of that for this title. Continue reading Why Phantasy Star III is Better Than You Remember
While you often hear about games like Sonic the Hedgehog, Streets of Rage, and Gunstar Heroes, there are plenty of underrated Sega Genesis games that deserve their time in the spotlight. Continue reading Top 3 Massively Underrated Sega Genesis Games
With all the remakes, reheats and rehashes, there are still some games that have fallen through the cracks. Here’s five Dreamcast games that deserve a remake. Continue reading Five Dreamcast Games That Deserve a Remake
Sega Genesis RPGs were better. Not only did the Genesis do more to keep the genre alive, but the system expanded RPGs into many different directions and did so with great success. Continue reading 15 Sega Genesis RPGs that PROVE it was the True RPG Console
The Nintendo Switch is nothing if not versatile. Sure, it might lack the processing power of its competitors, but the system’s unique, modular design gives it plenty of options for developers to take advantage of. Just look at Nintendo Labo! Not saying it was the groundbreaking awesomeness Nintendo wanted it to be, but you’ve never seen anything else like it. Or at least, I haven’t. … Continue reading Coming Soon: Rail Shooters for Nintendo Switch?