2008/04/12 - 2008/04/13
To help celebrate Defunct Games' 7th birthday, Managing Editor Cyril Lachel has dropped in to review Fatal Craft for the SuperVision. What is Fatal Craft? It's Gradius for the SuperVision. No, really. That's all it is. Fatal Craft isn't bad; it's just not very inspired. But you don't need to take my word for it, check out what Cyril thinks when you read his full review of Fatal Craft for the SuperVision!
We've already warned you of the troubles of 8-bit video game compilations, but new Defunct Games staff writer Pat Byrn wants to reiterate the point. 20 em I is absolutely terrible; it's a lazy collection of mini-games that aren't much fun to play. But there's no reason you need to take my word on it, check out what Pat says when you read his full review of 20 em I for the Sega Master System!
Hey 3DO owners, have you been waiting for a game that finally takes advantage of your console of choice? Then let me suggest you locate yourself a copy of Blade Force, the exciting 3D shooter from 3DO Studios. But you don't have to talk my word on it, Defunct Games is proud to introduce you to Jonathan Bradley, a man who has more than a few things to say about this action game. Find out now what Jonathan thinks when you read his full review of Blade Force for the 3DO!
Defunct Games staffer Thomas Charnock returns with his first review in two years. This is Omikon: The Nomad Soul, an interesting little 3D adventure game for the Sega Dreamcast. Is this game worth checking out? Does it have an interesting story? Find out now when you read Thomas's full review of Omikon: The Nomad Soul for the Sega Dreamcast!