Star Wars Arcade for the 32X was basically a port of the popular Arcade Cockpit Version most of us would have seen or played in the early 90’s. The difference being that the 32X version included extra levels, this could be selected in the menu option under 32X mode. You could also play the original […]
Carter is back for the second this week with his review of Highway 2000 (also known as Wangan Dead Heat in Japan) on the Sega Saturn. Tune in and check it out!
It’s time for episode 33 of the Retro Domination podcast, and this week the team is joined once again by Aleks from Weird and Retro fame! Together, they suit up and trudge headlong into the ‘8 Bit Wars’ as they attempt to settle the age old debate: Nintendo Entertainment System vs Sega Master System!
The guys are back with episode 32 of the Retro Domination podcast! This week, the team discuss all things relating to Sega’s answer to Sony’s Playstation, the much loved and often under appreciated Saturn! So it’s only fitting that the guys are joined by Carter from YouTube channel Carter’s Retro Reviews, as he makes his […]
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.
In the begining of the video game age you had games like Pac-Man, Space Invaders, Defender and many others. Many smaller game developlers released copies or clones as we call them of the popular games that were out at the time. Like Pac-Muncher(Pac-Man), Empire Strikes Back on the Atari 2600(Defender) and Arkanoid(Breakout). Are they better […]
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.
This episode, we tone the guests down and spend a little time with just us!
Let the War begin… Segas first foray into the home console market was the Sega SG1000 (Sega Game 1000). A slimline console, with a color scheme, that kind of reminds me of a sports shoe in the 80’s. Man, I would kill for one of these babies, as they are very sought after by Sega […]
What? No hammer throwing, skateboards or fruit that give you energy? Nah! This is a Wonderboy game with a difference, and an excellent one at that! Developed by Westone and published by Sega, read on and see what Daz thinks about one of Sega’s crowning moments.