Ninja Gaiden NES Review

I reviewed Ninja Gaiden for the NES and compared to its Sega Master System counterpart.

Colony Wars: Red Sun Review

Colony Wars: Red Sun is a space simulator for the PS1 developed by Psygnosis Leeds. Although the game boasts some really impressive graphics for Sony's 32-bit console, I view it as a disappointment when compared to Colony Wars Vengeance.

Check out my review here:

Psychic World - Sega Master System Review

Psychic World is an awesome little hidden gem for Sega's 8-bit console. Although the game was developed by Sims, a Japanese studio, the Master System version was only launched in Europe. You can check out my review here:

Wild Guns Reloaded PS4 Review

This week I reviewed Wild Guns Reloaded for the PS4. This game is a physical remake of the SNES classic Wild Guns by Natsume.

All of my videogame pickups for the month of April

So this month I decided to do something different, I thought it'd be fun to post all the games I bought on April. Hope you'll enjoy it!

5 Good Retro Giant Mech Games

Can anyone honestly say they wouldn't love to own a giant mech? Who wouldn't want to get into a giant robot rain destruction everywhere. Sadly, it'll probably be a while until giant mechs are available for commercial use, though at least we'll always have videogames. So this week, we'll be taking a look at 5 Good Giant Mech Games for Retro systems.

Magic Knight Rayearth (Sega Saturn) Review

Magic Knight Rayearth was the last Sega Saturn game to have been launched in the US despite being an early Saturn title in Japan. Localized by Working Designs, this action RPG commands high prices on ebay, being considered a collector's item. In this review, I take a look at the game and see if it's still worth a playthrough.