Mutants, vampires, aliens and racing around the bathtub – It’s The Retrogaming Chart Show.
SEGA does what Nintendon’t, unless you’re talking about the light guns. Because that’s a completely different kettle of fish.
So many websites, magazines and videos provide endless lists of the best games or the worst games – But what about the ones that truly made these systems what they were? Join me in taking a look at five games that I feel defined the SEGA Mega Drive.It could be that the SEGA Mega Drive,
One of the lovely little things about the Mega Drive that made me smile was booting up a game and seeing different variations of the SEGA logo. Sure, some were relatively boring renditions of the company’s logo, but some developers went absolutely insane with this seconds-long intros and there are hundreds of variations. Here are
When it came to the home versions, many of these secrets were retained, but the was one port that featured something no other version of the game had – A secret and entirely unique finishing move called the Fergality, that was only found in the Mega Drive port!
Welcome to the first Retrogaming Chart show of 2017. By now you should know how this series goes – I present to you a video game sales chart from years go by, and that’s pretty much it really. This month we’re travelling back to January 1993 to take a look at the Top 10 Mega Drive
He may be little more than a really funny Twitter account these days, but there’s some real hope at the moment the Sonic The Hedgehog might well return to glory in the very near future. But let’s cast our minds back to a time when he was a true rival to Super Mario.
Some games are good. Some games are great. Some games…Are Essential. If you were to make a list of the best Mega Drive or Genesis games ever released, if Streets of Rage 2 isn’t in the top 10 or even top 5, your list if plain wrong. It’s that simple. The game known in Japan
Welcome, Hoof Troop! With hundreds and thousands of games released since the dawn of the industry, there’s clearly no time to play them all. But there are some that you should play at least once. These are the Essentials, and here is my Gunstar Heroes SEGA Genesis Review. Allow me a few minutes of indulgence