I’ve neither been a SNES nor a Sega Genesis (Megadrive) fanboy. There are too many games of note for each system for me to be able to say that one was better than the other in the great 16 bit battle. When it comes to fantastic SNES games, Axelay has to come top of the […]Read more "Axelay – The Best SNES Shooter Ever?"
Warriors of Fate (recently re-released on the Capcom Beat em ups Bundle) could be described as Dynasty Wars …before Dynasty Wars. On the surface it’s a Final Fight style beat em up based on elements from ‘The Romance of the Three Kingdoms’. This is, in a way, a groundbreaking title that would unwittingly pave the […]Read more "Warriors of Fate – Arcade Review"
If you owned a Sega Genesis and you didn’t grab a copy of this game then you really missed out. M.U.S.H.A (Metallic Uniframe Super Hybrid Armour) is one of the best shoot em ups ever released on the 16 bit console. Featuring fantastic gameplay and completely engrossing levels of enormous intensity this was an addictive […]Read more "M.U.S.H.A – Amazing Shoot em up for the Genesis"
In 1990, Konami made an arcade scrolling shooter based on James Cameron’s Aliens. This is, in my opinion, one of the best Alien games ever made. Aliens stalked into cinemas in 1986, it was an era where game adaptations of major films and TV shows were beginning to take off. Stallone’s Cobra was turned into […]Read more "Aliens: One of the best Arcade Machines Ever"
The first time I played Killer Instinct in the arcade I was lured to the cabinet by the baritone shout of “UUUULTRA COMMBO!”. I was blown away by this title, here in a dingy, smoky building I was captivated by the speed, ferocity and variety that this title presented. The visuals were amazing, better than […]Read more "Killer Instinct – The Snes’ best fighter?"
This has been my first taste of Hellboy, I had half watched the second film and remember quite enjoying it. Hellboy is known for being a simple comic which has transcended the very medium that it was created in and has gone onto become a pop culture cornerstone of its genre. In the 90’s Mike […]Read more "Hellboy : Omnibus Volume 1"
Marvel recently embarked in a series called Season One, this took popular characters and sought to produce a one stop origin presentation. This allowed upgrading of more dated elements and other tweaks as well as bringing together elements from TV shows, games and of course the new movies. This Hulk revision goes a step further […]Read more "Hulk : Season One"