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Devil’s Crush

This entry is part 2 of 5 in the series Crush Pinball

Devil’s Crush (Devil Crash in Japan) was released in 1990, two years after Alien Crush. It retains the same premise as its predecessor

Panzer Dragoon

This entry is part 1 of 6 in the series Panzer Dragoon

The beginning days of the Saturn were dark indeed. Sega was primarily counting on home conversions of Virtua Fighter and Daytona USA to carry

Alien Crush

This entry is part 1 of 5 in the series Crush Pinball

In video games, pinball is a genre that has never had quite as much variation from one game to another.

Ehrgeiz

Ehrgeiz is a fairly obscure 3D fighting game from the makers of the Tobal games. Created by Dream Factory (a subsidiary of Squaresoft)

Willow (NES)

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Willow

The last of the three Willow variants appeared on the NES. Like the arcade version, it was developed by Capcom,

Willow (Arcade)

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Willow

A year after the film, Capcom released two Willow games. The first was on their CPS1 arcade board. This sidescroller is like

Willow (Computer)

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Willow

The 80s were full of fun fantasy films. Krull, Dark Crystal, Labyrinth, Legend, Time Bandits, Baron Munchhausen. One of the better ones was Willow. Willow was directed by Ron

Nazo Makaimura

This entry is part 6 of 6 in the series Ghosts n Goblins

Back in the early 90s, Dynamix released a popular puzzle game called The Incredible Machine. In each stage you were given

Prince of Persia

This entry is part 1 of 13 in the series Prince of Persia

August 28, 1988 The videotaping with Robert came to an undignified halt when the battery pack in the rented camera

Silhouette Mirage

When it comes to genre pieces, Treasure almost always seems to take the fundamentals and inject some sort of crazy

Riviera: The Promised Land

Sting’s Riviera: The Promised Land technically falls underneath the “RPG” banner, although it’s really more a visual novel with occasional

Siren: Blood Curse

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Siren

Sony, in its wisdom, decided that the original Siren never really found the audience that it deserved. They commissioned the

Virtual-On

This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series Virtual On

Back in the mid-’90s and the days of arcade cabinets, Virtual On was one of Japan’s hottest games. Perhaps inspired by the

SaGa Frontier 2

This entry is part 8 of 10 in the series SaGa

SaGa Frontier 2 was the second game in the series to be released on the PlayStation. In this installment, however, the

SaGa Frontier

This entry is part 7 of 10 in the series SaGa

With SaGa Frontier, the series made its move to the PlayStation. It also marked the triumphal return of the series to

Tombs & Treasure

This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Asteka

The sequel: Asteka II: Templo Del Sol (also known as “Taiyō no Shinden” or “Temple of the Sun”) was released for the

Yggdra Union

Much like Riviera took the concept of the Japanese RPG and drastically reworked it, Yggdra Union begins with the basic mold of a tactical

Yu Yu Hakusho: Makyou Touitsusen

In the early ’90s, Capcom’s Street Fighter II wasn’t just a video game, it was a bona-fide phenomenon. It revitalized the arcade

Maximo vs. The Army of Zin

This entry is part 5 of 6 in the series Ghosts n Goblins

The original Maximo sold well enough for a sequel, released two years later under the title Maximo vs The Army of Zin (or “Record

Maximo: Ghosts to Glory

This entry is part 4 of 6 in the series Ghosts n Goblins

After the Gargoyle’s Quest side-story series, Capcom let the Ghosts’n Goblins franchise lay pretty much dormant until 2001 (with the exception of the Wonderswan

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