Rise of the Dragon (Sega CD) - IMPLANTgames Reviews

Rise of the Dragon (Sega CD) - IMPLANTgames Reviews

Rise of the Dragon: A Blade Hunter Mystery is a point and click adventure game originally developed by Dynamix, and then ported to the Sega CD by Game Arts in 1993. The game is notable for its high quality voice acting, mature themes, and cyberpunk atmosphere, but has mostly fallen into obscurity since its release.

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Video Review: Road Rash (Sega CD)

Video Review: Road Rash (Sega CD)

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.

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Video Review: Android Assault: The Revenge of Bari-Arm (Sega CD)

The Sega CD (Mega CD) add-on for the Sega Genesis (Mega Drive) is often criticized for it's crappy FMV games, half-assed Genesis ports, and is even credited for the demise of Sega's hardware business. But to me, the Sega CD will always be a highly underrated system, with a library filled with hidden gems. And one of those gems is Android Assault: The Revenge of the Bari-Arm, a terrific Shmup released in 1993.

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