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VN32X Brings Visual Novel Games to Sega 32X Console

The Sega 32X died a rather quick death in terms of video games are concerned.  There simply were not a lot of games released for the Sega 32X console.  Sega tried.  They really did.  We got stuff like Star Wars Arcade and even a Knuckles Chaotix game that showed the add-on could do really good […]

5 Sega Genesis Titles for Some Halloween Fun

Yesterday I published a similar piece for the Nintendo Entertainment System, today I am tackling the Sega Genesis.  Sega’s console has a few more graphical titles that would never have been approved on the Nintendo NES that is for sure.  Sega had a much looser requirement on the whole “family friendly” image unlike Nintendo who […]

The Last Dogma Now Available on Steam, From the Creator of Sacred Line

Sacred Line, a graphical text adventure similar to what we saw in Snatcher, was not the first game of its type.  Sasha Darko has not been resting but rather continuing to develop more games such as The Last Dogma.  What is interesting about The Last Dogma is that it is not your typical videogame either […]

Sacred Line Genesis to See Physical Cartridge Release on Sega Genesis

When we launched our magazine (still looking for a designer) we knew we wanted it to be more than just a print version of the site.  We didn’t want the mag to look like we hit the print screen key on the website and then charged people for it.  Part of that dedication to being […]

Preview: Sacred Line: Genesis on Sega Genesis

We have already mentioned Sacred Line: Genesis, a new Sega Genesis digital comic/adventure title, but here is our official preview of the game based on hands on play time.  We will have a review available soon.  If you have played titles in this genre like the unofficial Silent Hill game or Snatcher than you know […]


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