Playing retro video games has become a popular hobby for all kinds of gamers. Some want to revisit classic video games from their youth to relive the nostalgic magic. Others want to play these vintage video games they've never had the chance to play before.
"A retro video game console? Really? But it's so, old..."
If you're anything like a real human being, you've probably never heard these sentiments uttered by anyone, ever. Why's that?
Partly, it's because the fury it invokes is powerful enough to huff, puff, and blow the offender right out of the room. Secondly, it's because retro game consoles rock so hard that there are no legitimate objections to collecting and playing them.
In the previous article, we covered five of the best retro gaming beat-em-up games from yesteryear. We had horse-riding knights, wrestlers-turned-mayors and genetically modified turtles.
In the summer of 1991, at the Summer Consumer Electronics Show, video-game behemoth Nintendo revealed the follow-up to their much-adored NES console. The Super Nintendo would improve on the original in every way, featuring 16-bit graphics and capacity for some 32,768 colors.
Probably, no console manufacturer lost the initiative worse than Sega did after it slayed the dragon known as the Nintendo Entertainment System. In 1992, on the heels of a gambit that saw Sega bundle the Genesis system with Sonic the Hedgehog.
One of the most important retro gaming consoles in the history of home video games was the Sega Genesis, released by Sega in North America in the summer of 1989. It was a 16-bit console that featured a library that eventually topped out at over 900 different games.
There’s nothing quite like a good RPG game to transport you into a world of swords-and-sorcery, foul creatures and great heroes, and make you feel like you’re part of a great adventure to save the world. That’s all we wanted to do as kids, right? (Some of us still hope to find a portal that takes us into a world where we are axe-wielding warriors tasked with saving the realm, on a pet dinosaur) Today, we are going to take a look at the best sega genesis rpg games on one of the platforms that was most responsible for showcasing the strength of the RPG genre – the Sega Genesis.Put on your armor and pick up your weapon, and let’s run through some of the best Sega Genesis games. Shadowrun Shadowrun is one of the best pieces of interactive fiction that has been produced, so it isn’t a surprise that we absolutely...