REVIEW: RETRO-BIT 6 BUTTON GENESIS ARCADE PAD

If you’re only getting into classic superhero games for the Sega Genesis, one of the toughest things other than finding said games is finding a suitable controller to play them with. Sega’s 16-bit console gave Nintendo a run for their money in the early ’90’-s, so there’s no shortage of controllers on the secondary market,…

REVIEW: TOM MASON’S DINOSAURS FOR HIRE (SEGA GENESIS)

A few months back, I reviewed a somewhat obscure comic book game for the Sega Genesis called Ex-Mutants. The source material for the game was based on a comic that was originally published under the Eternity Comics label before being passed around to several other companies, eventually winding up at Malibu Comics which was purchased by Marvel…

REVIEW: EX-MUTANTS (SEGA GENESIS)

No, you’re not reading that title wrong and yes, it is indeed a thing. I like to think I know a lot about comic book video games, but sometimes even I stumble across something that makes me say “How did I now know about this?”. I didn’t know about the existence of Ex-Mutants, either the video game…

REVIEW: DICK TRACY (SEGA GENESIS)

When it comes to Dick Tracy and video games, people generally think of the NES game developed by Bandai because they saw people like the Angry Video Game Nerd and Game Grumps, among many others I’m sure, riff on it in a YouTube video. Unfortunately for Dick Tracy, people picked the wrong title to showcase for their video productions as there’s a…

REVIEW: COMIX ZONE (SEGA GENESIS)

I’ve talked about a lot of games based upon comic book properties, but never once have I covered a game that’s set inside a comic book. To rectify this, today I’m going to be talking about Comix Zone, a game that while not based on a comic book property is a must-play title for fans of comic books, video…