Published by RPG-powerhouse Enix in 1996, Dark Half for the Super Nintendo was a Japanese exclusive release that left many import gamers lusting for a localisation. Having never ventured outside of Japan presumably due to its questionable content, this tactical RPG has finally been fan translated and made playable in English.
“Who wants some Wang?”. Shadow Warrior was the spiritual successor to Duke Nukem 3D, and was full of sword-swinging, shuriken-tossing, politically-incorrect FUN…with ninjas. Poor sales meant the game did not sell so well after its release in 1998, which was why the expansion packs were cancelled and released for free online. On the whole, Twin […]
This review is written by Gary. A game that will always have a special place in my heart is Superfrog. I came across this game when my parents bought me the ‘Amiga’ monthly magazine and it was on the demo disc. At the time in our house we had the Amiga 600 and the Sega […]
In the early nineties there was a huge Zombie outbreak. The dead overran streets and dwellings and they were all seeking one thing: me. Well this is what it felt like as I sat for hours on end playing Zombies on my Super Nintendo. Known as Zombies Ate My Neighbours in NTSC regions LucasArts published […]
In 1991 Japanese developers Culture Brain released their latest entry in the Hiryuu no Ken series on the Famicom, better known as Flying Warriors in North America. Although Hiryuu no Ken Special: Fighting Wars was scheduled to be released on the Nintendo NES under the new name Fighting Simulator World Champ, it sadly ended up […]