In today’s video I dive in and analyze Kirby’s Dream Land 2 for the Game Boy Enjoy!Read More
Pac-Attack is a puzzle game developed by Namco and released on home consoles in 1993 and handhelds 1994. Over the years, the game has been re-released on numerous Namco compilations and digital stores. In Europe and Japan, Pac-Attack was actually known as Pac-Panic.
Strangely enough, in 1995 Philips licensed Pac-Panic and ported the game to their failing CD-i. However, it remained a European exclusive, never making it to North America.
D is a horror, puzzle, FMV game developed by WARP and debuting on the 3DO console in 1995. The game was a hit in Japan, but failed to make a big splash in other territories. Over the past 20 years however, it has developed a bit of a cult following, so let’s dive in.Read More
Mega Man X1 is the Super Nintendo classic almost everybody's played, being the most financially successful and well-received, but I personally think Mega Man X2 is the superior game. To me it seemed to be a smoother, better-crafted experience, mainly because it isn't as arbitrarily difficulty as its predecessor, though the music isn't nearly as memorable and the weapons are disappointing. That said, while X2 didn't get the same amount of loving attention as X1, it performed well enough for Capcom to start developing the third title, so after another twelve months, Mega Man X3 was released for the Super Nintendo on December 1st, 1995.Read More
Daytona USA was an arcade hit for Sega, taking America by storm in 1994. Even today, cabinets can still be found in bowling alleys and laundromats throughout the country. A year after the arcade debut, Daytona USA would be a launch title for the Sega Saturn in 1995.Read More
In this let's play, I take you through the first half of Cyber Speedway on the Sega Saturn, a futuristic racer originally known as "Gran Chaser" in Japan. In the second part of this LP, I will take you through the Advanced skill mode. Stay tuned for that play-through shortly.Read More
When the fourth main installment of the Sonic the Hedgehog series, Sonic & Knuckles, released 3 years after the original game, people found the good ol' Sonic formula was getting stale and needed some innovation. This led to an obscure 1995 game known as Knuckles' Chaotix, a name that suggests Knuckles is the star of the show, along with a new group of characters referred to as the Chaotix.Read More
NBA Jam is an arcade style basketball game, originally released in arcades in 1993. After the immense success, it was quickly ported to every mainstream console of the time. A sequel was released in 1995, titled Tournament Edition, which again was ported to every mainstream console.Read More
T-Mek is a tournament style vehicular combat game developed by Atari Games and published by Time Warner Interactive in 1994. The game would receive a port for the Sega 32x the following year. Being a late release on an obscure console, T-Mek is uncommon, and commands a moderate price on eBay.Read More
Sonic Labyrinth is a spin-off title for the Game Gear, debuting in North America in 1995. Unlike Sonic’s traditional 2D outings, Labyrinth is presented in an isometric viewpoint. The gameplay is changed from a speedy platformer, to a slow treasure hunting game. Fans of Sonic have generally been unimpressed with this diversion.Read More
The Sega Nomad is a portable Sega Genesis released exclusively in North America in 1995. Unfortunately for Sega, gamer’s were not terribly interested in the hardware, and it was discontinued after selling around just 1 million units.Read More