The Road Rash titles on the Genesis remain some of my favorite “line-scrolling” racing games of all time. The controls were tight, the combat was fun, the music was catchy, and the track design gave a great three dimensional feel. From the rolling hills to the tight turns, the Genesis games gave a realistic sense of screaming down the highway that few racers of the era could match.
Atari Jaguar. These two words seem to muster up so much controversy amongst the mainstream gaming press. “The controller is horrible” they say, “it’s not really 64-bit.” “Doom doesn’t have music.” For those that own a Jag, most of that disdain is misguided. With that in mind, I present to you the Top 5 Atari Jaguar games.
There appears to be a renewed interest in LaserDisc as of late. This interest isn’t coming from old fans of the medium, but rather a new generation of movie watchers curious about the dead format.
In this video I take a look at a couple players, dispel some myths, and show off some terrific packaging.
Dr. Mario 64 was the final Mario game to grace the N64 game console in North America. It's also a sequel to one of my favorite puzzle games of all time, Dr. Mario.
Being a budget title for a dying system released in the spring of 2001, Dr. Mario 64 didn't garner much excitement upon release. As a retro title however, it's fantastic.