Re-Volt is a remote control car racing game from Acclaim, released on the Dreamcast, PlayStation, N64, and Windows back in 1999. The Dreamcast version of the game is one of my favorite racing games on the system, so I was curious how the N64 port would hold up.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
Vanishing Point is a racing game developed by Clockwork Games and released on the Sega Dreamcast in December of 2000. The game was met with positive reviews, but has mostly fallen into obscurity over the past 15 years.Read More
WWF WrestleMania: The Arcade Game is a fighting game from Midway released in arcades in 1995, with home ports following the very same year.
The game takes the fighting elements from the Mortal Kombat series of games, mixes in some wrestling staples, and adds an NBA Jam style presentation over top, to create a unique fighting game experience.
WWF Raw is a professional wrestling game released for the Sega 32x in 1994. The game features 12 of the biggest WWF stars from the mid 90's and in many ways is a great time capsule for this period in pro wrestling.Read More
Dirt Trax FX was developed by Sculptured Software and released for the Super Nintendo in 1995. It was one of the few games that used Nintendo’s, Super FX co-processor chip allowing for 3D polygon graphics.Read More
Re-volt is racing game released back in 1999. It was a multi-platform title available for the original PlayStation, Nintendo 64, and the PC, but today I’m looking at the Sega Dreamcast version.Read More
The Steel Empire is a horizontal shooter, released on the Sega Genesis in 1992. It's a fairly standard shmup from a game play perspective but does offer a unique game play setting. Rather than aiming for an ultra-futuristic technology driven environment, The Steel Empire is straight-up steam punk.Read More