• Showdown: Legends of Wrestling (MXB)

    Now I know I usually review classic games, but to my own defense, Acclaim is no longer in business. And, this is a wrestling game based on classic wrestlers. Being an avid fan of wrestling since the a

  • Space Channel 5 (DC)

    Mixies together the hypnotic rhythm gaming style of PaRappa the Rapper and simmers it in the same wok as your basic Simon handheld game.

  • Street Fighter II (SNES)

    HADOKEN! That one word holds a special place in any fighting game fan's heart.

  • Castlevania (NES)

    Every 100 years, Dracula's castle appears out of nowhere to bring the pain to lovely and poverty-ridden Transylvania, with the Belmont family tree answering their cries to smite the wicked.

  • Splatterhouse (TG16)

    Splatterhouse was a gaming milestone that paved the way for gruesome beat-'em-ups, but also paid homage to the horror/sci-fi film industry in ways that games fail to do nowadays.

  • Ice Climber (NES)

    Enough practice can cure the death disease, but gamers these days don't seem to have the patience of yesteryear.