Trends in games come and go, and as they do, a lot of average games emerge. Asterix for the Sega Master System is one of those.
Devil Dice is one of the best games I’ve ever played, even though I’m not even the best player of it that I know. You must play it. Plus the results of the Master System voting, and the chance to vote for Atari Lynx games!
Yes, I spent the week playing the Godzilla Generations on the Dreamcast. What surprised me was that it wasn’t a complete waste of time.
James Bond 007: Everything Or Nothing, EA’s take on an “original” Bond adventure is a little clunky in places, but it’s essentially satisfying.
It’s the clash we’re yet to see in the cinema, but back in 1994, Sega owners could pit cyborg cop against assassin droid with ease.
A dinosaur, some cavemen and the core gameplay of Pac-Man with added powerups. Trog should be a winner, right?
Time to get down and dirty with Three Dirty Dwarves, a lesser known Saturn game with a nicely offbeat sense of humour.
Space Invaders is a classic. Nay, it is the classic. But in its Atari 2600 incarnation, is it still any fun to play in 2016?
It’s time to burn, baby, burn with The Firemen (SNES), a quirky, short, fun game about a common peril that isn’t often the only peril.
Donkey Konga is a game about music, playing together, but above all, pain.