I remember when I first heard about Sega leaving the console hardware business. I was so confused! Sega had always been the counter to Nintendo. Nintendo made consoles, Sega made consoles, but now there were going to be Sega games on Nintendo consoles! For anyone who grew up in the 90’s, this was crazy news. We learned in hindsight, that Sega of Japan was ran by a group of rabid monkeys or something. Purposefully sabotaging their company due to their jealousy over the success of Sega of America. I can’t think of any other reason for the disastrous handling of the Sega Saturn here in the states. Anyway, for whatever reason, Sega continued to make high quality games (let’s ignore most of the Sonic series here), and these are my favorites:
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Posted on 8 September, 2015 at 11:59AM
I have been reading Console Wars by Blake J. Harris recently. I have not finished it, but it's been a good read, and very insightful to the goings-on in the early 90's video game scene. The Sega Genesis has been one of my favorite consoles for a good long time now, and may just be my favorite console of all time. This website has already seen a top ten of Genesis games, but I have my own opinion, I swear!
Posted on 12 October, 2014 at 00:31AM
Tastes change, I try new stuff, and things slip my mind. I'm human.
This list is compiled at no discredit to my previous one. Rather, these entries rank alongside. Think of them both as one list, but each number has two games listed. The games listed here should be treated with just as much esteem as the others.
Posted on 7 November, 2013 at 01:56AM
Disappointing games; everyone runs into one every once in awhile. Peoplw scream that one game or another is bad, but disappointing doesn't always mean bad. It means the game did not live up to the player's expectations. That is what this here article, post, thingy is about; disappointing games. To be more specific my top 10 most disappointing games, ever.
Posted on 20 January, 2013 at 07:25AM
I'm gonna be up-front and honest here: This week's article is completely self-indulgent.
I'm a sucker for a good song made on inferior hardware. So, naturally, old video game songs are quite high on my list of things I like. And, personally, the songs that were made and played on the old computer system, the Commodore 64, are extremely technically impressive alongside being great songs in their own rights.
Keeping in mind that I'm musically illiterate, let's take a look at'em!
Posted on 30 December, 2012 at 05:04AM
Let's give the retro a break. For the last article of 2012, I'll be going over my favourite Modern games!
To start off, an Honourable Mention.
Posted on 23 December, 2012 at 02:32AM
There's opinions to be had. Let's get right to it!
Posted on 16 December, 2012 at 02:23AM
To be honest, the NES never had much of an impact on me.
I mean, yes, I've played some damn good games on it. I can't deny that there's examples of solid gold in the NES library.
Posted on 9 December, 2012 at 02:06AM
So here we go. The most nostalgic console for me.
Yes, more than the NES.
My older brother had an NES and a Master System when I was growing up. His selection of NES games wasn't all that... Impressive? Hell, I can barely remember what he had for it.
But that Master System I remember.
Posted on 2 December, 2012 at 11:25PM
So it never occurred to me to do these in weekly installments.
Why? Dunno. Let's fix that.