River City Girls left me with a great impression when I reviewed it for the blog several months ago via Game Pass. It packed a stellar pseudo-16-bit presentation, a cast of memorable bosses, … Continue reading Wayforward Reveals First Screenshots of River City Girls Sequels
The shoot ’em up genre is in and of itself a very niche genre, often aimed at the most hardcore of audiences. While quite popular in America during the arcade … Continue reading Cotton Reboot Brings Beloved Japanese SHMUP West for First Time
It’s essentially an unwritten rule that every third-party publisher has at least a single one-off (or short-lived franchise). It’s usually amazing but never quite gets the recognition it deserved for … Continue reading Long Awaited Sequel to Square Enix Cult Classic Arrives on Switch and PS4
We finally arrived at Dream Con and didn’t know what to expect. Coming early day one, we thought we’d get ahead of any pack if there were one. Well, we … Continue reading Dream Con 2021 Day One
Demon Slayer‘s popularity with Western audiences has skyrocketed since its arrival on the Netflix streaming service a few months ago. The follow-up film has managed to beat Spirited Away as the highest-grossing movie … Continue reading Demon Slayer: The Hinokami Chronicles October Release Date by SEGA
Before SEGA indeed established a name for themselves in the North American market with the Sega Genesis (and of course the world’s most famous hedgehog- happy belated birthday), they fought to … Continue reading Alex Kidd In Miracle World DX Brings Back SEGA Cult Classic. Thoughts?
Covid, be damned, the past couple of years have indeed been a magical period for classic Sega fans. First, we were treated to Streets of Rage 4 last year- and the developers … Continue reading The Blue Blur’s Birthday is Upon US and SEGA is Throwing a Party.
One franchise that has seen a ton of love in the retro renaissance is Sega’s Wonder Boy series. Although the first game in the series was a bog standard side-scrolling … Continue reading Asha in Monster World Brings a Mega Drive Cult-Classic Into 2021