Special interview with the team behind Coffee Crisis, the new Sega Genesis brawler.
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No matter how many unique weapons, complex objectives, intricate storylines, or virtual acres of free-roaming space are available in these new-fangled state-of-the-art console epics, sometimes you just need to take it back to the simplicity of old-school games.
Brawlers are a lost art in today’s world. That is a simple, cold hard, fact. For some reason the scrolling fighter genre has fallen on hard times. I come from a period of gaming when Streets of Rage, Final Fight, Rival Turf, and River City Ransom ruled the roost. With Coffee Crisis I can see […]
In the world of retro gaming there are not a lot of companies like Piko Interactive. They go out and find unreleased games, get the rights to them and fix them up, sometimes completing them, and then releasing them legally for fans to purchase. Take a look at the Piko Interactive store and you will […]
A funny thing happened to Sega when they released their Genesis console. For a very long period in gaming history, they were approaching, or were on, the top of the gaming world. They were the talk of the town across the globe. Nintendo still had a stranglehold on videogames but the success of the Sega […]
Sega was riding high during the 16-Bit days when they were able to finally break into the mainstream with the Sega Genesis console. There truly were some classics released for this defunct console. Sonic the Hedgehog debuted here, Alex Kidd stepped up his game from the Master System days, Vectorman kicked butt through two games […]
Brawlers are a standard in gaming that is sorely missing in today’s gaming world. Sure, there are the occasional fighting game that is not a one on one affair but it is not often and it is not marketed right. This leads the publisher to declaring the genre a waste of money or dead. Radical […]
Sunsoft Reminds Gamers Superman Can Die in The Death and Return of Superman – Today in Retro Gaming – August 1st, 1994
Sunsoft were kind of the DC Comics licensing company of video games during the early to mid 1990’s. They brought us Batman on the Nintendo Entertainment System, on the Sega Genesis and other platforms. They also brought us Justice League Task Force in partnership with Acclaim on the Sega Genesis. They were not going to […]
It is not that often that I get to write articles about games that were previously unreleased seeing an official release. It just doesn’t happen often enough. That is why getting a chance to write up the official release of Iron Commando on Steam is kind of a cool thing for me. This is a […]
When you think of arcade brawlers there are not many names that will top Double Dragon. Technos knew they had a good blend of unique to the competition gameplay and graphics with this one. Sure, there were other brawlers available before Double Dragon but none captured the fan base that this arcade unit did. When […]
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