• Rocket Knight (PC)

    This is the most difficult review I will ever write. Don't get me wrong—I know exactly what I feel about Rocket Knight, the long-awaited new adventure for one of the 16-bit generation's cult heroes.

  • Bonanza Bros. (SG)

    Bonanza Bros. sticks closely to the early '90s game design bible, which states, “Thou shalt not burden thine audience with a story.”

  • Ecco: The Tides of Time (SG)

    Dolphins are cool, but time-traveling dolphins that can shape-shift and battle aliens are cooler.

  • Super Battleship (SG)

    If you bought Super Battleship and you expected more than you got, it's YOU who has the problem, man, not Super Battleship.

  • Disney’s Aladdin (SG)

    Anyone remotely inclined to enjoy platformers shouldn't be disappointed.

  • The Ten GameMandments: Book 1: Sega Genesis

    Too many times I have played a game in which the save system is disgustingly flawed. Earthworm Jim 2 -- collect three stupidly well-hidden "Pieces of the password" to save. And the save will randomly not work 80% of the time. CRAP. Tomb Raider 3 -- find a Save Crystal. Save it up and use it when the time comes. EH!? And don't even get me started on typewriters and ink ribbons.

  • Revolution X (SG)

    If it is indeed true that "art imitates life", then the real world must be a pretty freaky place.

  • Aero the Acro-Bat (SG)

    The flying mouse with attitude who completely failed to set the world on fire.

  • Great Moments in Gaming #4

    Playing Abe's Oddysee, you are tramping around Rupture Farms, experimenting with the buttons. You press a certain button combination and a flatulent sound is heard. Your brain goes into joy-spasms. Did --- did the lead character just FART? You try it again. Abe farts again. You cry tears of joy. Then you find a sleeping enemy and fart on him. He instantly wakes up and fillets you. You don't care --- ABE CAN, NAY, MUST FART AT WILL. When you find out that flatulence is integral to beating the game, you just laugh even harder.

  • Radical Rex (SG)

    Forget the T-Rex—the only species worth its salt was the Radical Rex.