Okay, who reading this has played Sonic 3 and also tried the first, and only, lock-on cartridge add-on known as Sonic and Knuckles? Did you notice anything weird between the original and the “lock-on” versions? Like missing level enemies, weird level order and even sometimes slightly confusing as to what you are doing and why […]
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Pier Solar getting an HD update is nothing new, we reported on it way back in January. What is special is that Watermelon, the development team have just released their official trailer for the Pier Solar HD remake. Also, some platforms have received a release date. Check it out after the jump.
You can argue with the rest of the internet until your keyboard bangers are worn down into worthless little bone-tipped spurs, but you will be unable to stem the Super Douchebaggery tide which inevitably overwhelms you should you claim Wolverine was anything less than the best at what he did back in the 1990’s. Listen, […]
I remember the fervor that built up around the Resident Evil series, not once but twice, over the years. The first time was the release of the original game on Playstation- magazines such as Gamefan and Electronic Gaming Monthly were covering it like crazy showing pics from early builds and following the story. Gamers reciprocated […]
The team over at Hardcore Gaming 101 have just released the 158 page compendium for the Castlevania series. This is THE book for Castlevania fans on your holiday shopping list, and it is available on Amazon (both print and Kindle editions).
The Neo Geo is quite an enigma, moreso than the Dreamcast console. Independent developers and publishers continue to support both consoles but with the Neo Geo it is a price issue and the fans seem to have no problem paying it. Razion is not going to be a budget title by any means, similar to […]
We recently celebrated the 15th anniversary of the Sega Dreamcast, as we enter the next 15 years we will continue to see more new games released. First Person Shooters (FPS) were a genre that was rather popular at the time of the Dreamcast launch, a genre that is still popular, and indie developers are more […]
It is pretty much accepted fact that Nintendo’s censorship policy literally gave the Sega Genesis a slight upper hand when the original Mortal Kombat was released on home consoles. Acclaim was between a rock and a hard place as far as the Super Nintendo version of the bloody brawler was concerned. History shows they went […]
Arcade ports are Sega’s forte, at least they used to be, and their Dreamcast console was no different. With ports of Hydro Thunder, Soul Calibur and Mortal Kombat 4 (Gold on DC). Launching platforms with arcade ports became a Sega mainstay with the Genesis console and was continued through on the 32X and Saturn consoles […]
Sonic Goes 3D and Escorts the Dreamcast to Gamers in Sonic Adventure – Today in History – September 9th, 1999
Sonic is quite an enigma as far as company/console mascots go. Starting life on the Sega Genesis and hitting every Sega console ever released with at least one game, Sonic only lead one console at launch- the Sega Dreamcast. Sonic Adventure was also a unique title in the Sonic series since it wa the first […]
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