Category: Your Weekly Kusoge

Xenophage: Alien Bloodsport

Back in the mid ’90s, fighting games had reached their peak of popularity, and every major developer had at least

Arena: Maze of Death

Given the subtitle Maze of Death for its US release, Arena may have an isometric perspective and dystopian future like Shadowrun, but mechanically it

Blues Brothers, The: Jukebox Adventure

The Blues Brothers: Jukebox Adventure is your typical mid-90s movie licensed platformer. It’s not particularly bad, but also not very good,

Burn: Cycle

Generally regarded as one of, if not the best, games on the Philips CDi, Burn: Cycle is a combination of

Big Trouble in Little China

Kurt Russell is a phenomenal actor, starring in various comedies in the 1970s before making a string of awesome action

Vampire Rain

At least the premise is interesting; vampires are taking over the world! They’re lightning fast and have superhuman senses, but

Limbo of the Lost

Game developers never mean for their product to turn out terribly. E.T. for the Atari 2600, Superman for the Nintendo

Color a Dinosaur

In the early 90s, a developer called Farsight Studios got their start in the industry working on the notorious Action

WWF WrestleMania

There are almost far too many pro wrestling video games to write about, especially those officially licensed by the World

Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing

The horror, the horror… Some games are bad because the creators’ artistic vision somehow exceeded their technical grasp. Some games