I don't remember asking my parents for a Nomad, and I'll never know what possessed them to purchase one. However, a very excited kid on Christmas morning in the late 90's unwrapped a Sega Genesis Nomad and promptly began to play it. Six AA batteries and two hours...READ MORE >
Long before Blizzard was making World of Warcraft, Diablo, or even Warcraft, it was once a company called Silicon & Synapse. The studio first focused on ports for other studios, before breaking out with their own games, Rock n' Roll Racing, and The Lost Vikings, a puzzle-platformer. The Lost Vikings...READ MORE >
Joe and Mac
Growing up, I had two goldfish. Joe met an unfortunate end skewered on a piece of plastic seaweed, while his companion Mac lived a ridiculously long time for a dollar goldfish. He couldn't even be flushed in the end, and was buried in my parents' garden. ...READ MORE >
Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 Record Breaker
Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 Record Breaker is a tactical JRPG in the Megami Tensei series developed by Atlus and is the sequel to Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor. The story focuses on Japanese high school students who unwittingly get wrapped up into a global fight with otherworldly entities that...READ MORE >
Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson
Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson is a 2.5D beat-em-up game, with the essence of a JRPG, that is a direct sequel to Senran Kagura Burst. The plot primarily focuses on the good shinobi heroines of Hanzo National Academy and their rival evil shinobi anti-heroines of the newly formed Homura Crimson...READ MORE >
Coleco Chameleon: Can Cartridges Make a Comeback?
After what seems like decades of silence, the brand responsible for the ColecoVision and Cabbage Patch Kids has announced that they're partnering up for a new video game system—the first cartridge-based home console since the Nintendo 64—and calling it the Coleco Chameleon. Projected for early 2016,...READ MORE >
Panasonic Q - The Gamecube With a DVD Player.
Here is one I bet you didn’t know about, the Panasonic Q. The Q is the combination of a Nintendo Gamecube and a DVD player. Released in December of 2001 and discontinued in 2003 due to low sales, the Q never really made an impression and was ultimately deemed a...READ MORE >