On today's video I present 5 More Bad Sonic Levels, enjoy!Read More
For many, the Sega Dreamcast remains the greatest game console of all time. Sega was at their creative peak with a never ending stream of awesome new games, the console ushered in online gaming for many, and the graphical capabilities were a massive leap above the generation of systems before it.
In addition to a true 480p resolution, the Dreamcast also raised the bar in terms of frame rate, with a ton of games featuring buttery smooth, 60 frames per second, gameplay. On today’s episode of 5 games, we are going to look at 5 such titles.Read More
Sonic Adventure 2 was released in the summer of 2001, a few months after Sega announced they were discontinuing the Dreamcast and becoming a third party developer.
Sonic Adventure 2 was met with high acclaim upon release, with the press and gamers alike proclaiming it one of the best Dreamcast games, ever. A swan song of sorts.
Two and a half years after the release of Sonic Adventure in Japan, its sequel was one of the last games created by Sega to come out on the then recently cancelled Dreamcast. Even though I don't think the original is a bad game, it has many problems that it suffers from, most notably a lack of focus and direction. Have any of them been addressed for Sonic Adventure 2? Which of the two titles do I feel is better? I hope this lengthy video provides all the details.Read More