A few weeks ago, we discussed the Sega Genesis Mini 2, which is set for a release later this year. On the one hand, it is something to be excited about … Continue readingSega Genesis Mini 2 Output Reduced Semiconductor Shortage
Of the “mini” consoles that companies began churning out after the massive success of the NES and SNES classic editions, I always felt that the Sega Genesis Mini was at … Continue readingSega Genesis Mini 2 North American Catch?
TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge had a mighty shell to fill- let’s just get that out of the way first. The property behind this game is synonymous with 80’s popular culture, and … Continue readingTMNT: Shredder’s Revenge Is a Loving Tribute to an Iconic Franchise
The past five years have seen many remakes, reboots, and remasters from Sega. Spearheaded by Sonic Mania in 2017, we’ve seen new installments in the Super Monkey Ball and Yakuza franchises alongside a somewhat controversial (at … Continue readingSega Will Be Reviving Even More Franchises by 2023
There’s no denying that the back-to-back success of Sonic The Hedgehog and Sonic The Hedgehog 2 have flipped the script on video game-to-film adaptations. Although Paramount and Sega have joined forces to sculpt a cinematic … Continue readingStreets of Rage Film in Development, Will Be Written by John Wick Creator
Licensed video games have almost always had notoriety to them. From the extensively covered flop that was Atari’s E.T tie into the present, games based on existing properties tend to be observed … Continue readingTMNT: Cowabunga Collection Is a Licensing Miracle Arriving Later This Year
It’s no secret that the arcade business has been dying a relatively slow death in North America since the mid-’90s, both literally and figuratively. As new philosophies in game design … Continue readingAfter Over Half a Century, SEGA is Leaving Arcades Behind.
People are calling 2021 the “Year Of The Backlog” due to many anticipated titles being pushed back into 2022 and beyond. I’ve spent the better half of this year finishing … Continue reading“Hyperstone Heist” is Better than Turtles In Time