For the finale of Super Star Wars Month, we’re going back to the beginning to take a look at a game that was not to be – The SEGA Genesis Super Star Wars Prototype.
It’s time to check out the two handheld ports of Super Star Wars: Return of The Jedi, that somehow ended up happening – Welcome to a review of both the monochrome Game Boy and full-colour Game Gear versions. Let’s find out if these ambitious ports do justice to the original SNES game.
Want some cheat codes for Streets Of Rage 3 for SEGA Mega Drive or Genesis? Read on… Streets of Rage 3 is, for some reason, considered the weakest of an admittedly excellent trilogy of scrolling brawlers. I mean, how can you really follow on from the original and its superb sequel? This third game was
When you think about it, game controllers are the most important thing about video games. After all, if you haven’t got a jump button, how is Mario going to jump? Without that Start button, you’d just be endlessly watching Street Fighter II’s attract screens. So yeah, pads are important, right? Glad you agree.
Nintendo and SEGA. One time bitter rivals for supremacy over the home and portable consoles market; you all probably know the story, what happened and how it impacted the entire industry. Then, after SEGA pulled out of the hardware race and became a publisher and developer of software, who could forget the shocking moment in
After 15 episodes, we have come to the 16th and final episode of The Retrogaming Chart Show – And we’re going out with a console I rarely cover on this channel.
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.
This month, for the first time ever, The Retrogaming Chart Show is covering the SEGA Master System.I’ve never really covered the SEGA Master System on Pug Hoof Gaming before, and that’s something I would most certainly like to rectify. I never owned one as a child, but I knew a lot of people that did
The London Gaming Market took place this past weekend over in London (of course!). I popped down for the first time in a while, grabbed some bargains and met some cool people!