It’s time for another review from Carter! This time he takes a look at Tetris Plus on the Sega Saturn, which at it’s time was being touted as the saviour of the classic puzzle series. Did Tetris Plus live up to this bold claim? You’ll have to tune in and find out!
It’s 2014 and Carter is back with his first review of the year! This time he takes a look at Sega’s Athlete Kings/Decathlete on the Sega Saturn. Does it go for gold or will be players calling ‘foul’? Tune in and find out!
Carter is back and this time he gives us his top five, worst five and five most noteworthy games that he has reviewed in 2013!
Carter returns with another review and this time he takes a look at the 3D fighter Criticom by Kronos Digital Entertainment on the Sega Saturn. Will this one turn out to be a hidden gem to rival the Virtua Fighter series….oh who are we kidding. It’s a pile of crap! Regardless, tune in and enjoy!
Carter is back with another review and this time he takes a look at the Saturn port of Capcom’s Marvel Super Heroes. Is it good enough to make his spider senses tingle or is it just cause for HULK SMASH!! Tune in and find out!
In a world first, Carter from Carters Retro Reviews has teamed up with Vãmpyre Mike from SegaCDUniverse.com to perform a joint review of Three Dirty Dwarves on the Sega Saturn. Will they agree? Disagree? Agree to disagree? And will we go an entire video without hearing the word “vagina”? Tune in and find out!
You will be surprised how this review ends. I can tell you how it won’t end: abruptly. Or maybe all my reviews were in the mind of an autistic kid. Or perhaps after 10 family-friendly seasons I decide to blow the whole town up in a very unsatisfying ending. Or I wake up and find […]
All work and no play make Carter a dull boy…or something. In what must be some kind of record, Carter returns with his third review of the week with his review of Nascar 98 on the Saturn!
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!
Carter returns with another review for the Sega Saturn, this time taking a look at F1 Challenge. Does it have what it takes to take the checkered flag or does this one belong on the scrap heap? Tune in and find out!
Carter is back yet again and this time he takes a look at the Japan only release (which also has an odd Aussie connection) of Death Throttle on the Sega Saturn! Is it worth your hard earned cash or should it be avoided like the plague? Tune in and find out!
Carter is back again and get’s all heavy metal like while he takes a look at Chain Reaction (aka Magical Drop) on the Sega Saturn. Will he be reduced to tears, more tears and even more tears? Tune in to find out!
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!