Magic Knight Rayearth (Sega Saturn) Review


Magic Knight Rayearth was the last Sega Saturn game to have been launched in the US despite being an early Saturn title in Japan. Localized by Working Designs, this action RPG commands high prices on ebay, being considered a collector's item. In this review, I take a look at the game and see if it's still worth a playthrough.


Generals of the Yang Family


Generals of the Yang Family is a Sega Genesis / Sega Mega Drive game received a physical release in 2017. The game originally began as a Taiwan bootleg, but Piko Interactive bought the rights, translated it to English and gave the game its first legal and official release a few months ago. Check out my review here:


Tongue of the Fatman review... God help me.


This week I reviewed one of the worst games I've ever played. Tongue of the Fatman deserves every bit of infamy it receives.


Ghost In The Shell: Stand Alone Complex (PS2) Review


Ghost In The Shell: Stand Alone Complex is a late PS2 game based on the anime series of the same name. Here, you play as major Motoko and Batou through a short 12-stage campaign.

Over the years I've noticed this game gathered something of a fanbase, but how well does it stand the test of time?



Megaman Legends Review


This week I reviewed Megaman Legend for the PS1, often considered a hidden gem for Sony's 32-bit console.


5 Good Retro Superhero Videogames


This week I made a list of 5 Good Retro Superhero videogames that are still worth playing today. Be sure to check it out!


Dragon Ball Z The Legend Review


This week I reviewed Dragonball Z The Legend for the Sega Saturn, one of the most interesting Dragonball Z games out there!