All posts by Chris Rasa

Ninja Combat

Ninja Combat is an early beat-em-up for the Neo Geo. While it looks fun on the surface, it’s actually very tedious

Madou King Granzort

One of a small group of games exclusive to NEC’s ill-fated SuperGrafx system, Madou King Granzort is probably best left untouched. While

7th Saga, The

The early nineties were an interesting time for the Japanese RPG. Final Fantasy had already been around for a few years, but

Dark Half

Superficially workmanlike, Dark Half is actually one of the more unusual and challenging RPGs available on the Super Famicom. It’s

Batman: Return / Revenge of the Joker

This entry is part 5 of 6 in the series Batman

Almost a year after Batman: Return of the Joker‘s release, Sunsoft used the same title for an NES game. In Japan

Batman: Return of the Joker (Game Boy)

This entry is part 6 of 6 in the series Batman

Batman: Return of The Joker was obviously quickly thrown together to cash in on Sunsoft’s very successful Batman: The Video Game. As

Batman: The Video Game (Game Boy)

This entry is part 2 of 6 in the series Batman

A few months after Batman: The Video Game hit the NES, a Game Boy version was released, partially made by the same

Evil Hazard

Evil Hazard looks typical at a glance, but offers a very challenging experience despite being a little rough around the edges.

Batman: The Video Game (NES)

This entry is part 1 of 6 in the series Batman

When Tim Burton’s Batman was released in theaters in 1989, it was a massive phenomenon. This was the first big live action

Blood Warrior

This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Shogun / Blood Warriors

Shogun Warriors‘ enjoyed a very brief period of standing out from the crowd, but Samurai Shodown and other more polished fighting games

Shogun Warriors

This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series Shogun / Blood Warriors

Once Street Fighter II: The World Warrior exploded into arcades, just about every game publisher tried to make a game like it,

Gang Wars

Many game developers borrow, and in some cases outright steal character designs and other concepts from various media, but few

Beast Wrestler

The year 1991 was huge for the Sega. The infamous “Genesis does what Nintendon’t” campaign began airing on televisions across