2012/02/18 - 2012/02/19
What do you get when you cross the classic Snake game with Gauntlet? Gomola Speed, of course. This oft-ignored action game for the TurboGrafx-16 is still impressive 22 years later. Find out why Cyril fell in love with UPL's quirky import, Gomola Speed for the TurboGrafx-16/PC Engine!
Think Shadow Dancer is Shinobi Part 2? Think again! The Cyber Shinobi purports to be the true sequel, despite having very little to do with the rest of the series. What makes this game so futuristic? Find out when you read Cyril's full review of The Cyber Shinobi for the Sega Master System!
In this first review in three years, Adam Romano returns with a look at Tombs & Treasures for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Think of this as Shadowgate with an extensive amount of research. Are you up for some adventuring? Then make it a point to read Adam's full review of Tombs & Treasures for the 8-bit NES!
In the original Dimo's Quest for the Amiga, a loveable frog hopped through dungeons collecting candy to appease a hungry king and win his daughter's hand in marriage. Unfortunately, this is not the Amiga original. Instead we're looking at the CD-i remake, which involves a hip kid and his Bart Simpson-like catchphrases. Was Adam able to get past the new protagonist and still have a good time? Find out when you read his full review of Dimo's Quest for the CD-i!