• Judging a Game by Its Cover #2

    Tearing a new anus into the worst coverart of today's videogames. So we're back again this month taking another well-deserved stab at bad game art. 'Twas fun before, right? So what three games are get

  • Beavis and Butt-head (SG)

    OK, I'll admit it: I was a huge fan of the show growing up, AND I own the three-disc DVD box set. With that out of the way, I'm doing this review without any bias outside of Gwar being in it. Yes, I a

  • Super Street Fighter 2 (SNES)

    First off, I want to apologize for such a short review. Not only am I currently addicted to WoW, but this is a review of a "updated" game, not an entirely new game, and I have already reviewed Street

  • Castlevania 2: Simon’s Quest (NES)

    "What a horrible night to have a curse...."Those eight words are something you never want to see while playing Simon's Quest—they mean impending doom.The year is 1698. It's been seven years since th

  • Super Magnetic Neo (DC)

    It's games like this that made me love Sega's Dreamcast system. The sheer amount of testicular fortitude it must have taken to pitch this idea to Genki and getting them to actually approve it deserves

  • WCW Wrestling (NES)

    I don't even know where to begin with WCW Wrestling for the NES. It's one of the first semi-customizable wrestling games ever made? Upon playing this quality product, I'll admit I was excited about th

  • DeCap Attack (SG)

    Well if I sure didn't pick a handful of weird-ass platformers this month! This was actually one of the first Genesis games I owned growing up. I really don't understand why my parents picked this game

  • Judging a Game by Its Cover #1

    First, I'd like to start off with a "mission statement" of sorts so everyone can get the idea behind this new column of mine. Back in the day, it was very common for videogames to have horrendous cove

  • MagMax (NES)

    In 1985, Nichibutsu released an arcade game that brought something new to the shooter genre. The game was MagMax, and it was remade for the NES in 1988 by FCI, which was responsible for the Ultima ser

  • Michael Jackson’s Moonwalker (SG)

    Who's bad? Well for starters, this game is pretty craptastic, if that is what you mean by "bad." Based on the "hit" movie of the same name released in 1988, Moonwalker (the game, released in 1990) sta