Category: Your Weekly Kusoge

Mr. Pibb: The 3D Interactive Game

For as long as video games have existed, there have been games based on the food and drink you’ve probably

Rock-On

Rock-On is one of many shoot-em-ups released throughout the life of the PC Engine. While the system has an impressive library

Guardians of the ‘Hood

Guardians of the ‘Hood is the spiritual successor to the infamous brawler Pit Fighter. It builds off of its formula and ever-so-slightly

Dick Tracy

Dick Tracy has been an American icon since Chester Gould created the comic strip in the 1930s. With his yellow coat,

Beast Wrestler

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

Dianshi Mali – TV Mario

Unlicensed titles can be quite something – they appear to form a weird ecosystem of their own. So, to hell

Smashing Drive

First released in arcades in 2000 and later ported to the GameCube and Xbox in 2002 by Point of View,

Bouncers

For as long as the Internet has existed, nerds have argued about the genre classification of certain games. In a

Arabian Nights

After Red Orb Entertainment failed with their official attempt at a 3D Prince of Persia game, the guys at the somewhat schlocky

Codename: Eagle

“Even a terrible game can be fun in multiplayer.” That’s a pretty common mantra, particularly in response to questions regarding

Master Chu and the Drunkard Hu

You will likely have noticed at some point that not all NES carts are of the standard flat gray variety.

Hooters Road Trip

A great many things could be said about the Hooters franchise, hardly any of them good. For those readers who

Sonic’s Schoolhouse

It might not be entirely fair to single out an educational game for this sort of article. It’s entirely fair,

Horror Zombies from the Crypt

Horror Zombies from the Crypt – ah, if that title doesn’t spell exquisite home entertainment of the highest order. You know

Gokuu Densetsu: Magic Beast Warriors

Mortal Kombat had a huge influence on practically every fighting game developed in America. In the mid-90s, the market was flooded

Franko: The Crazy Revenge

In the early 90s, the success of games like Final Fight, Golden Axe and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in the

Pyongyang Racer

There is nothing that decaying communist dictatorships love like tourism. The Republic of Cuba is a striking example of this

Star Wars: Masters of Teräs Käsi

On paper, a Star Wars fighting game sounds like a terrific concept. After all, some of the most famous parts of all

Paris-Dakar Rally Special

Let’s be honest: Paris-Dakar Rally race car drivers don’t get paid nearly enough. Even with all of the sponsorship money,

Chester Cheetah: Too Cool To Fool

Chester Cheetah, the Cheetos-loving cool cat, was something of a product of the nineties. Cool shades? Attitude? You got it!

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