All posts by Nick Zverloff

Psycho Dream

Psycho Dream, made by Telenet and Riot (Valis, El Viento), is one of those all too common lost action-platformers on


Batsugun marks both an end and a new beginning for the shoot-em-up genre – it was the last shooter developed by


Truxton or Tatsujin (Japanese for “Expert”) is a nearly legendary game, at least among Japanese shoot-em-up enthusiasts. Back before the days of danmaku,

Dragon Blaze

Psikyo is largely known for creating an expansive line of shooters, with their most famous being Strikers 1945, Sengoku Ace, and Gunbird. In


Naxat Soft’s Coryoon is a ridiculously cute little game. Right at the title screen, the protagonist, a tiny dragon, whose


Unirally (also known as Uniracers in the US or its mysterious working title 1×1) is a British-developed game about sentient

Rendering Ranger: R2

  Rendering Ranger: R2 is one of those infamous titles whose price on the retro game marketplace overshadows its content.

Donkey Kong Land III

This entry is part 6 of 10 in the series Donkey Kong Country

The third Donkey Kong Land had two releases, one for regular Game Boy and the other for Game Boy Color that was

Oh My God!

Atlus was primarily a console developer, though they dabbled with some arcade releases. After the shoot-em-up BlaZeon and the fighting game Power

Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The (Mobile)

The other Texas Chainsaw Massacre game is based on the remake. That movie came out in 2003 – this mobile phone tie-in

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