REVIEW: JUDGE DREDD (SNES)

Ask many what their problem with movie or licensed video games is and you’ll probably see some of the following: It’s a rushed cash-in job that’s not very fun to play and it isn’t very long, and both would be correct a very high percentage of the time, especially in the 16-bit era. Almost every…

DMC DEVELOPER NINJA THEORY WORKING ON DISNEY INFINITY 2.0

Ninja Theory has been a studio with barely a handful of games released in the last console generation, yet the small number of releases from them is dwarfed exponentially by the quality of their output: Heavenly Sword, an early PS3 console exclusive, was a tad anemic from a gameplay standpoint but made up for it…

REVIEW: BATMAN (SEGA GENESIS)

The Sunsoft produced Batman NES games in my opinion were two of the best games on the system: They have great graphics, tight play control, a phenomenal soundtrack, and just the right amount of difficulty to get your pulse pounding, but not quite enough to make you throw your controller at the floor. Upon finishing…