Modern games spoil us in a number of ways. Easy accessibility with online downloads. In-game tutorials without the need for physical manuals. The ability to autosave without a second thought needed about losing progress. But one of these modern innovations isn’t all that modern, the inclusion of an in-game or physical map.
PANIC! for the SEGA CD review. According to the animated intro, all the world’s technology has been infected by a new computer virus. Strange “bugs” are causing tech to malfunction everywhere.
You go into this game gun ablazing! ! Not only must you try to destroy all enemies in sight, you also make it your mission to save POWs throughout each level.
No other title has been emulated as much as Super Mario and continues to be to this day. Plenty of Space Invaders and Pacman clones existed in the arcade and on the Atari 2600 but Mario surpassed them in terms of copycats. Mario however is far from being the only Nes game to be imitated.˜
You’re just minding your own business in a dive bar, when suddenly the wall blows apart!
All of these retro Ghostbusters titles feature the obvious busting of ghosts, but they all approach it very differently.
For episode 13 I thought it was appropriate to go with a good monster game! Zombies Ate My Neighbors for the Sega Genesis.
This city was once a happy, peaceful place…until one day, a powerful secret criminal organization took over. Amid this turmoil, group of young Police officers has sworn to clean up the city. They are willing to risk anything…even their lives…on the…Streets of Rage
Each fighter is given a letter from some guy in a suit inviting them to compete in “The Great Fighters Competition”. Pretty generic, huh? The winner is promised “untold treasures” while the losers pay with their lives!
While games continue to change and break new ground every year. It is often tempting to revisit a time when games were much more simple. Back then, Mario jumped, Sonic ran, and villains were defeated by a solitary hero—and that was about it.