Category: Review


  Stand tall and shake the heavens! Released in 1998, Square’s underrated RPG Xenogears is the product of two mostly

Way, The

The cinematic platformer genre was always somewhat niche given how its unusual tile-based movement, intentionally difficult to control jumping, instant

Wendy: Every Witch Way

There is a gutter licensed video games tend to fall into. Considering all the faults and issues that can haunt

Warcraft Adventures

Canned amidst distress in Blizzard’s growing fanbase right before E3 1998, Warcraft Adventures: Lord of the Clans was always thought

Vice: Project Doom

A cliché statement though it is, imitation is indeed the sincerest form of flattery. Unscrupulous designers thought they could be

Ultimate Stuntman, The

Unlicensed titles on the Nintendo Entertainment System are often some of the most fascinating to discuss, less so for the


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


Introversion Software, the company behind Uplink (not to be mistaken with a Half-Life standalone expansion by the same title) is


One of the more interesting video game genres is that of racing. As one of the earlier types of games

Twin Squash

Breakout is one of the simplest games in the universe. Launch a ball, hit a block, bounce the ball back

Top Hunter: Roddy & Cathy

 SNK created many notable franchises during the reign of the Neo Geo, but one that never quite caught on was

Total Carnage

This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Smash TV / Total Carnage

Two years after the release of the original Smash TV, Midway would put out a sequel. For whatever reason, however,

Tough Turf

Sunsoft created a couple of games for the Sega System 16 arcade platform, and their games were…not exactly original. Bay

Toy Commander

This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Toy Commander

Video games and toys are both objects of play, but the kind of play they facilitate often couldn’t be more

Trampoline Terror!

Trampoline Terror! is a somewhat unusual game developed by Masaya, who are also mostly known for making unusual games. It