In today’s video I dive in to see if the 3DO Interactive Multiplayer really is one of the worst game consoles ever, enjoy!Read More
In 1994, Electronic Arts rebooted the iconic Road Rash franchise, starting with the ill-fated 3DO system. The game was well received at the time, and fans of Road Rash still swear the first 32-bit version marks the high-point in the series.Read More
The Road Rash series has always been one of my favorite racing franchises from the 90’s. But until recently, I’ve never actually played the very first title. This problem has now been rectified, so let’s take a look at the game that started it all.Read More
After being released on the 3DO and PlayStation first, Road Rash finally made its way to the Sega Saturn in 1996. For many, this 4th installment in the series was Road Rash's high point, with no game since capturing the magic that made the game so special.Read More
While Electronic Arts was busy building Road Rash from the ground up for the 3DO, and later the Sega Saturn and Sony PlayStation, they also released an often overlooked title for the Sega CD. This one released in 1995, and unlike its 32-bit counterparts, uses the old Genesis engine, rather than something new.Read More
The Sega CD is a misunderstood system, often mischaracterized as having nothing but bad FMV games. However, the Sega CD is a terrific system with a library of awesome games spanning nearly every genre, and added hardware capabilities to bring the Genesis more in line the Super Nintendo.
With that, here are 5 great titles for the Sega CD system.
Road Rash was rebooted in 1994 with the first next-gen Rash premiering on the 3DO console. In addition to these, a Sega CD title of the same name was released in 1995. Today I'll be looking at the Saturn and Sega CD versions of this mid-90's classic.Read More