Castlevania: Bloodlines was the first in the franchise to be released on a Sega console. Let’s see if the game is worthy of the brand.
Is it worth playing The Adventures of Batman & Robin on the Sega Genesis despite it’s extremely hard difficulty? Let’s talk about it today!
Venom/Spider-Man: Separation Anxiety is the sequel to one of my most beloved video games of all time. Am I going to love the sequel too?
The Punisher was a popular Marvel character in the 1990s. Will he translate well to video games? I played the Sega Genesis game to find out.
X-Men is another video game title that I played in the past. I thought this game was overrated though. Will my opinion of it change now?
Let’s take a look at Ghostbusters for the Sega Genesis, the only video game of the franchise that was released on a 16-bit console.
Sunsoft has published several excellent Batman games for different consoles. Will they have the same success with Superman? Let’s find out.
October is always a good excuse to talk about horror games. Today, we’ll look at a Sega Genesis classic: Splatterhouse 2.
Maximum Carnage is one of my favorite video games of all time. I played the game recently and yes, it remains to be one of my favorite games.
Will one of the most popular storylines in comic books work as a video game? Let’s play The Death and Return of Superman to find out!
X-Men 2: Clone Wars is lauded by many as one of the best titles to be released for the Sega Genesis. How good is this game? Let’s find out!
I was able to play Spider-Man vs The Kingpin years ago and never came close to beating it. Let me tell you what happened when I tried again.
I played Captain America and the Avengers arcade game a lot when I was a kid. Let’s revisit the Sega Genesis 16-bit home console port today!
This is the 16-bit version of Sunsoft’s Batman: The Video Game titles. How well does this capture the feel of the 1989 classic film? Let’s find out.