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Dr Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine

Dr Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine Expands the Sonic Universe – Today in Retro Gaming – November 26th, 1993

Sega expanded the Sonic the Hedgehog universe with Dr Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine on the Sega Genesis. Puyo Puyo fans will instantly be at home here.

The Fifteen Most Difficult Genesis Games (That Are Not Battletoads)

Last year we held a combination shouting match/kumite among the staff to determine the fifteen hardest NES games, discounting Battletoads. In the end, two things happened. First, you all made it the most-read, most-shared column we’ve ever published–you rock! Second, the local hospital told us if we pulled a stunt like that again, they would ‘accidentally’ […]

Import Review – Aleste Sega Game Gear

Compile certainly knew how to make a scrolling shooter.  They created the Aleste series in Japan.  Some their titles were ported over to North America’s Sega Genesis and Sega CD.  We got M.U.S.H.A. (who remembers what that stands for?) and we got Robo Aleste here on Sega CD to name a couple.  One title that we […]

Fans Work to Translate Shadowrun for Mega CD to English

Fan translations are a grey area of sorts for gamers.  Technically they are not illegal as the patch breaks no laws simply by existing.  The illegal activity comes from the fact that you have to use the patch with a copy of the game it is for.  Many will claim that the law allows for […]

Retro Programming: BasiEgaXorz, aka Sega Genesis BASIC, Available

That Atari 2600 is not the only home console to receive a version of the BASIC programming language, Batari Basic, now the Sega Genesis has something similar. BasiEgaXorz is the begginners programming language for the Genesis that will allow would be game designers to create cartridge, Sega CD titles and even 32X games.


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