All posts by Nick Zverloff


Saving the world is nothing new in video games. Kolibri however, puts a different spin on the concept. Instead of a space

Neural Gear

Developed by Fill in Cafe and published by Cross Media Soft, Neural Gear is a rail shooter that closely resembles Space Harrier, released exclusively for

ESP Ra.De.

Cave’s ESP Ra.De. (pronounced “esp-raid”) is conceptually quite different from typical shoot-em-ups. Rather than taking the role of spaceships or other similar


Toaplan was primarily known for vertical shooters, but Hellfire is their first (of two) horizontal shooters, with the other one being Zero

Aero Fighters 2

This entry is part 2 of 5 in the series Sonic Wings / Aero Fighters

Aero Fighters‘ sequel came to the Neo-Geo MVS providing somewhat more power to show additional enemies and power-ups on screen


This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Mahou Daisakusen

“ARE YOU GREAT?” asks the intro for Great Mahou Daisakusen, before immediately answering its own question, proclaiming “WE ARE GREAT!”. It’s

Crystal of Kings, The

The Crystal of Kings is an extremely rare arcade scrolling fighter developed by BrezzaSoft, a small team made of ex-SNK developers,

Gaia Crusaders

Noise Factory was a studio formed in the late 90s that worked closely with SNK on a number of projects.

Strikers 1945 III

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Strikers 1945

Strikers 1945 III, also called Strikers 1999, is a dramatic change from the last two games, ditching the World War II

Strikers 1945 II

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Strikers 1945

As the second game in Psikyo’s series, Strikers 1945 II refines the formula set up by the first game and streamlines the

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