Licensed games are a pocket of the industry that is, by and large, hit-and-miss affairs. I can’t think of any other sector in gaming that has such a wide range … Continue reading TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge is a Throwback to One of the Greatest Licensed Games
I don’t know about you guys, but as a high school student at the tip of the last decade, Scott Pilgrim was a big thing in many circles. My friends … Continue reading Scott Pilgrim Back from the Digital Graveyard on Switch and PlayStation 4!
Earlier this year, we took a look at Streets of Rage 4 when it initially launched across all platforms. While visually stunning with a pumped-up soundtrack, it simply paled compared to the … Continue reading Streets of Rage 4 Gets Balance Patch and More Updates to Come
Hatsune Miku, SEGA’s beloved Vocaloid, will be making her first appearance on the Nintendo Switch stateside for her 10th Anniversary with SEGA this week in the form of Hatsune … Continue reading Hatsune Miku Makes her Switch Debut This Week
It’s been a pleasant couple of years for the Sega fanatic. First, we were treated to Lizardcube’s wonderful Wonder Boy 3 remake, followed by what is arguably the best Sonic … Continue reading Streets of Rage 4 Review (PC/PS4/Xbone/Switch)
The Nintendo Switch’s library continues to become more and more diverse with each passing quarter. In addition, it’s proving that the physical frontier is not dead despite the naysayers. Otakus … Continue reading Acclaimed Visual Novel Clannad Gets Nintendo Switch Release
When GalaxyTrail’s 16-bit inspired platformer Freedom Planet went live on Steam in 2014, I was ecstatic. At that time, there was an abundance of NES inspired games saturating the indie market, … Continue reading Freedom Planet Now and the Future
While SEGA may be most commonly associated with a certain blue blur, they were also responsible for a multitude of innovations on both the hardware and software front before leaving … Continue reading Jet Set Radio Love Letter HOVER Gets A Physical Release