Welcome to Generation 16, the series that showcases the games of Sega’s Mega Drive! In this episode we take a look at five third party games – none from Sega – that hit near the end of 1990. We also investigate the launch of the Game Gear, Sega’s entry into the hotly contested portable market of the early 90s.
Ho ho ho! Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to you! As you have seen on the video (or if you haven’t quit reading and watch it now) there was no actual review of the game. So I thought I’d take a moment to write a few serious thoughts on the game. The game is exactly what it looks like, which is Metal Gear Solid with a Christmas theme. Only you play as Santa Claus instead of Snake. It doesn’t get much more complicated than that.
Here’s another episode of The Gaming Book Club, this time looking at The Encyclopedia of Game Machines by Winnie Forster. Is it the definitive guide to gaming hardware – or a well meaning but ultimately pointless tome of information?
Books on gaming are discussed enough – especially as there are some pretty good ones out there. So here’s The Gaming Book Club, with this episode looking at the Masters of Doom by David Kushner.
Handheld History is a series that takes a look at more obscure portable games and systems – and in this episode it investigates if a cartoon licensed platformer can be the best Halloween themed game ever made…
Are books on gaming discussed enough? Probably not, especially as there are some pretty good ones out there. So to put that right here’s The Gaming Book Club.
So pour yourself a cup of tea (any other hot beverage is also acceptable) and let’s talk about what is considered to be one of the best books about Nintendo…
It is the nineties, and there is time for 8-mega power! In the latest episode of Generation 16 we explore the biggest cartridge game to date, Tengen’s debut on the Genesis, and the first game produced by Sega of America. All that and the launch of the Mega Drive in the UK!
Hello guys, this is my review of Krustys Super Fun House for the SNES! This is one of the more strange and off the wall games I have played, and I don’t think I would have ever played if it were not for reviewing it. Give it a watch!