Toy Story (Game Boy) - IMPLANTgames Reviews

Toy Story (Game Boy) - IMPLANTgames Reviews

Toy Story was a terrific platformer for the Genesis and Super Nintendo back in 1996. The game featured gorgeous graphics, a great soundtrack, tight controls, and a ton of variety. It is a real hidden gem, and I was curious to see if the developers could capture the magic on the primitive Game Boy hardware.

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Video Review: WipEout (Sega Saturn)

Video Review: WipEout (Sega Saturn)

WipEout is a futuristic racing game, developed by Psygnosis and released on the Sega Saturn in 1996, just a few months after the PlayStation version. Despite Psygnosis being owned by Sony, they were given enough freedom to create games as they pleased, and Psygnosis developed games for competing hardware like the Nintendo 64 and Sega Saturn.

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Video Review: Sonic Blast (Game Gear)

Video Review: Sonic Blast (Game Gear)

Sonic Blast is the fifth and final traditional Sonic game for the Game Gear, debuting in North America in 1996. The first thing you'll notice about Sonic Blast is the dramatic shift in art direction. Gone are the cartoony worlds of previous games, and in are the pre-rendered 3D landscapes made popular by the Donkey Kong Country franchise.

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A Casual Look At.. SoulTrap (Windows)

If there's one thing the '90s will likely forever be notorious for, it's the somewhat awkward, early three-dimensional platformers, most of which had yet to find their matured niche. Here we have SouTtrap, a PC-exclusive that falls square into that category. Is this an early polygonal experiment best left in the past? Sit down, grab a drink, and tag along with me as I play a bit of--and give my thoughts on--this relatively unknown PC title: 

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