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Five Best Sega Megadrive Fighting Games

Fighting games have come a long way since the arcades of the late 80s and early 90s, with a lot of the popular titles coming to the home consoles of the time. With...

Six Retro Brawlers To Get You In The Mood For Streets Of Rage 4

We love a good brawler, so are loving the announcement that one of our favourite retro brawler series is making a come back with Streets of Rage 4 slated for release...

Bonanza Bros – CO-OP Classics

Before Sega began challenging Nintendo for home console dominance the company was still very much an arcade titan. But it wasn’t just a prominent name in the arcades...

Bust-a-Move 2: Arcade Edition (PlayStation) – You Didn’t Buy It?!

We’ve all been fooled by a game that looked pretty childish or silly at first glance, only to discover that we were wrong in so many ways. Released in arcades in 1995...

Virtua Cop – CO-OP Classics

One of the defining genres of the arcade, the light gun shooter was also a quintessential part of the Nintendo Famicom experience in the form of Duck Hunt and other...

5 Goofy Video Game Weapons

Weapons are pretty important in video games. While most games let you fight battles with guns, blades and magic – which is a lot more fun than fixing your problems...

A Brief History of: SEGA

While it may be the company known for Sonic the Hedgehog now, the arcade titan that was Sega got its start in video games long before it even dreamed of blue...

Flicky (Sega Mega Drive) – Think You Can Beat It?

When you think of video games with intense gameplay and memorable, high-octane chases, chances are that the 1991-platformer Flicky does not come to mind. That is not to...

Comix Zone (Mega Drive) – Think You Can Beat It?

When a video game tries something different from the rest of the crowd the response from the game-buying public is usually quite swift and decisive. In the case of Comix...

A Brief History of: The Xbox

In the dying days of Sega’s Dreamcast a new console was taking shape that would change the gaming landscape in fundamental ways, both introducing new concepts and a...

A Brief History of: SEGA Master System

Before it became the household name it is today, SEGA was nothing more than an upstart video game developer and publisher with eyes on the throne occupied by Atari then...

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Sonic the Hedgehog

Sega’s blaze blue mascot is a standby of modern video games but do you know his origin story? Like all famous stars, Sonic the hedgehog has a past and there are a few...

Ecco The Dolphin (Mega Drive) – Think you can beat it?

When it comes to classic titles on the Sega Genesis, none stand out more than Ecco the Dolphin, the video game starring the titular Ecco, a dolphin, who must save his...

Arcade Hall of Fame: Golden Axe

If there is one area that the early Sega company had mastered it is the arcade and one title that many gamers have played is Golden Axe, the fantasy-themed beat ‘em up...

Puma and SEGA Team Up to Create Sonic the Hedgehog Trainers

There’s nothing new about sports brands collaborating with well-known faces to create unique trainers and shoes. But this new offering from Puma is sure to delight...

Here’s what was revealed at the very first E3

The very first E3 – Electronic Entertainment Expo – was held way back in 1995 at the LA Convention Centre. Over 50,000 people attended, which is only around...

Super Mario vs Sonic The Hedgehog

Mario vs Sonic is one of the greatest gaming rivalries of all time! A battle that has endured long after the Nintendo vs SEGA rivalry burnt out

A Brief History of: The SEGA Mega Drive

SEGA mounted its greatest challenge to Nintendo with the release of the Mega Drive, the console that gave the world Sonic the Hedgehog!