Monthly Archives: April 2016

REVIEW: Oscar (1996, SNES)

Alright, what are we doing today? Oh. ANOTHER Sonic clone…and I can’t even tell what type of animal the main character is supposed to be…joy. Developed and published by Flair Software and Titus as a port of an extremely obscure

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REVIEW: Chester Cheetah: Too Cool to Fool (1993, Genesis)

Greetings, retr0pians. Who DOESN’T love Cheetos? They’re crunchy, deliciously cheesy, and they are represented by a character who has had what is quite frankly one of the most bizarre reboots ever conceived. Now, with that said, is there a person

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REVIEW: Plok (1993, SNES)

If there’s one game that I’ve absolutely been DYING to cover, it’s this one. Originally, I had planned to do it back in January when I was still using the “new review every day” format (trust me, I don’t know

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REVIEW: Killer Instinct (1995, SNES)

Given the wide range of games that I’ve covered over the past few months, I knew it was only a matter of time until I reviewed a fighting game. However, rather than choosing one of the more well-known ones, like

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REVIEW: Turrican (1990, Amiga)

Today’s game is one that I’ve been deliberately holding out on for quite a while, as it’s often seen as an overlooked gem in the retro gaming community. That’s right, gather up your laser rifles and get ready to fry

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