All posts by Charles P. Gill

Gamera 2000

by Deuce One could hardly blame you for scoffing at this game simply by virtue of the license… while Gamera


by Daniel VanRoach The late 80s and early 90s brought us a vast selection of cool dudes with attitudes. From

Dark Spire, The

by Adam Mrozinski Developed by Success and released in the Nintendo DS, The Dark Spire takes heavy amounts of inspiration


by Aaron “muteKi” Kearns Long long ago a company called Sega had a bit of an image problem. They needed

Ranger X

by Robert Greene Ranger X, also known as Ex-Ranza in Japan, was published by Sega for the Genesis/Mega Drive in

Blue’s Journey

by Sebastian Cassinelli Retrospectively, 1991 was a notable year for gaming history. Sega found the mascot they so lustfully sought


by Samuel Bateman Ikiki is quite an enigma. He (she?) is a little known Japanese freeware developer who creates enticingly

Mole Mania

by Ron Duwell Since the dawn of the modern video game in the mid 1980s, the names Mario, Zelda, and

Citizen X

FMV games are awful. This terrible genre has the same stimulation as moving your cursor around a DVD menu screen.

General Chaos

War games are in great abundance in the market these days. I can always count on seeing a whole row

Ganbare Neo Poke-Kun

Japanese games can certainly be weird to us Westerners. Compared to western games, some stuff that came from the land

Haunting Starring Polterguy

Vito Sardini is one cheap bastard. He owns and runs a skateboarding company and buys the cheapest parts to cut


Can you honestly think of any game that was released by Sony Imagesoft? Actually, can you think of a game

Captain Novolin

by Munchy Education and gaming are both fun in their own right, although I’m sure there are few of you

Four Winds Fantasy

by ARC8games Released for the first time in October 2011 on the Xbox Live service under the Indie category, Four


by Iwant I once carried in my wallet a tear cried by my one true love. It was kept carefully

Punch-Out!! (Assorted)

This entry is part 8 of 8 in the series Punch-Out

Boxing / Punch-Out!! – Standalone LCD (1984) A part of Nintendo’s Micro Vs. series of 2-player LCD handhelds, Boxing was released a few

Punch-Out!! (Introduction / Characters)

This entry is part 1 of 8 in the series Punch-Out

Nintendo’s take on the boxing world is quite interesting. While not the first boxing video game, Punch-Out!! was certainly the first one

Wade Hixton’s Counter Punch

This entry is part 7 of 8 in the series Punch-Out

Developed by Inferno Games, Wade Hixton’s Counter Punch is an obvious tribute to the Punch-Out!! series in terms of gameplay (especially compared to the

Power Punch II

This entry is part 6 of 8 in the series Punch-Out

Power Punch II‘s development history is an interesting tale. Riding on the heels of its successful Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out!!, Nintendo decided

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