The History of Sonic the Hedgehog: The Revolution Era
This article covers part one of Sonic's climb out of the dark age throughout the year 2007 primarily on the Nintendo Wii, and two sequels for the DS and PSP. It features "Sonic and the Secret Rings", "Sonic Rush Adventure", and "Sonic Rivals 2."
The History of Sonic the Hedgehog: The Nintendo Era
This chapter highlights a few Sonic games being primarily made for Nintendo's GameBoy Advance, including the first multi-console platformer for Nintendo Gamecube, Playstation 2, and Xbox. This article features "Sonic Advance", "Sonic Advance 2", "Sonic Heroes", "Sonic Battle", & "Sonic Advance 3."
The History of Sonic the Hedgehog: The Early 3D Era
This chapter covers Sonic's prolonged jump into the 3D platforming genre on the Sega Genesis, Sega Saturn, & Sega Dreamcast systems. This article features "Sonic 3D Blast", "Sonic R", "Sonic Adventure", and "Sonic Adventure 2."
The History of Sonic the Hedgehog: The Mid-90s Spin-Off Era
Our history of the Blue Blur continues with some side-projects and spin-offs made during the mid-90s for the Sega Genesis, Game Gear, and Sega 32X with varying results. This covers "Sonic Spinball", "Sonic Chaos/Triple Triple Trouble", "Knuckles' Chaotix", and "Sonic Labyrinth/Sonic Blast."
The History of Sonic the Hedgehog: The Genesis Era
Inspired by Mat Brunet's "Animation Lookback" videos, I am planning to do a retrospective on the history of one of my favorite video franchises, Sonic the Hedgehog. This first chapter covers his beginnings during the Sega Genesis era from the 1991 game to "Sonic the Hedgehog 3 & Knuckles."
A Look Back at Christmas-Themed Video Games Through the Ages
Christmas is here, and it's a time for mistletoe, laughter, and remembering the Christmas video games of the past.
The 20 Game Boy Games That Should Start Nintendo Game Boy Online
This is a list of Game Boy games that Nintendo should consider adding to a potential Game Boy Online service.
9 Game Franchises That Returned From the Dead (and 1 That Hopefully Will)
An in-depth look at video game franchises that once were dead and were resurrected to acclaim and success, and have stayed there. Including histories of Tomb Raider, Doom, Wolfenstein, Fallout, Half-Life, and more.
Five of Infocom's Best Interactive Fiction Video Games
A look at five of the best interactive fiction video games developed by Infocom.
Bennu Reflects on "SEGA Mega Drive Ultimate Collection"
2009 saw the successful launch of an updated SEGA collection boasting over forty classic games from the late '80s and '90s. But just how does the collection stack up? Bennu dons his blue cap and red running shoes and pays a visit to the past . . .
"Commander Keen in Keen Dreams" Ported to Nintendo Switch
The classic action adventure platformer Commander Keen in Keen Dreams has been rereleased on the NIntendo Switch eShop,
Review: "Super Castlevania IV" Retro
Dracula is a very stubborn old man, refusing to die time and time again. You spike him with a wooden stake, dose him with holy water, open the curtains on a sunny day to burn him into cinders, but the good ol' Prince of Darkness always makes a comeback.
Top 10 Ships in "Star Wars Rogue Squadron 3: Rebel Strike"
Here's a countdown of the ten best spaceships from the third game of the "Rogue Squadron" series!
5 Classic Games That Still Have an Online Player Base
Here's a list of five games you probably played a few years ago and forgot about. They're still alive and kicking, and they still have a killer online player base!
Night Driver: An Atari 2600 Classic
Night Driver is a classic game for the Atari 2600. It was ported from an earlier arcade game and still has fans around the world. It is a classic game with a cult following that will remain well-loved for years to come. Night Driver was the first "first-person" racing video game.
Classic Gaming: Original Console and Cartridge Vs Emulators and ROMs
Many gamers argue whether classic gaming is best done on its original hardware or by using emulation software. This article will help you to decide which is best for you.
Is Rosalina Peach's Daughter? The Reshuffle Theory
YouTubers and fans alike pose an interesting theory based on Rosalina's storybook backstory in "Super Mario Galaxy." Could Princess Peach be her mother from a previous reshuffling of the Universe? Is this the connection between all "Mario" games? Let's find out!
Video Game Compilation Review: Midway Arcade Treasures
Midway Arcade Treasures is a compilation with games like Paperboy, Smash TV, Spy Hunter, and more. Is it still worth getting?
How to Save Your Progress In Any Classic Sega Game on an Emulator
Conveniently play and save your progress in any Sega Genesis or Master System game on a computer emulator by following these easy steps.
10 Retro Games & Game Series That Should Be Remade
10 retro games and game series that I’m still hoping for remakes. Would I ever get to replay these classic gems on modern consoles?
The Making of Taito's Classic Retro Game "Space Invaders"
There was a time when all videogames looked like "Pong"; blocks moving about on the screen. "Space Invaders" changed all that, as it was the first videogame with a personality and memorable characters.