Carter returns once again and this time he takes a look at BreakThru!, a puzzler for the Sega Saturn. Does this casual puzzle game have what it takes to have the last appeal of games like Tetris, Puzzle Bobble or Baku Baku, or will it fade into obscurity like so many others? Tune in to […]
Carter is back yet again and this time he takes a look at Tecmo’s answer to the Virtua Fighter franchine: Dead or Alive on the Saturn! Is this a superficial piece of garbage, or is there is a gem hidden within all of that T&A? Tune in and find out!
Carter is back and this time he takes a look at Panzer Dragoon on the Saturn! As from the man himself: “In this review, I make the comparison between Ferrari and a rock. Which I find to be an apt metaphor with what we’re dealing with here.” Right on!
Tim has a look at Nintendo’s industry saving beauty, the Nintendo Family Computer or Famicom for short. He also checks out some of its accessories in- -ROB the Robot -The Power Glove -Network Adaptor As well a look at some gameplay.
Tim has a look at Segas’ 3rd entry into the console market, the sleek white Sega Mark 3.
Carter is back again with another review and this time he takes a look at Virtual Casino on the Sega Saturn.
Today Tim looks at the great Ninja shootery, thingy, series on the Arcade, SG1000 and Master System. Its a solid series with gameplay akin to Commando or Ikari warriors, but alot more frenetic and damn hard….oh and it has Ninjas, so its automatically awesome!
Retro Carter is back with another review and this time he takes a look at Rampage World Tour on the Sega Saturn!
Carter returns with another hilarious insight into one of the Sega Saturn’s more forgettable titles
In this review, we take a deep look into my emotions for better or for worse and we see what really makes up the sort of audience that would play a game like this.
Retro Carter returns this time with a great look at Shinobi Legions for the Sega Saturn. Aside from ninjas, badly acted video cut scenes and music variations, Retro Carter also resists the urge to Fap wildly over the game itself…. maybe.
New to the Retro Domination Team is the magnificent Retro Carter. Check out his Sega Master System review of Wonderboy. Carter gets naked and talks about why personal trainers are really better than the rest of us. Oh, and there’s something in there about the game too.
I loved arcades growing up. While I’ll always have a soft spot for my Atari 2600, Commodore 64 and Super Nintendo, the arcade is really where it was at for me. In my humble opinion, nothing beats the sights and the sounds of an arcade and being in a room filled with like minded gamers. […]
You should always think of the children! Well EB Games have and once again partnered with the Starlight Foundation for the ‘Starlight Foundation Gameathon’. I attended the Swanston St, Melbourne, store.
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