Unlike the previous volume’s extensive 3D remake of Hokuto no Ken, which took the original’s bare bones and then teased them … Continue reading Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 12: Puyo Puyo Tsuu Perfect Set
Korokoro Puzzle: Happy Panechu! is a GBA puzzle game released exclusively in Japan in 2002 and developed by Mobile 21, perhaps … Continue reading Korokoro Puzzle Happy Panechu!: Happy! So happy! Mega happy!
I’ve been looking forward to playing this one, especially after the drastic (and positive) course correction found in Vol. 6: Bonanza … Continue reading Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol.7 Columns
From an outsider’s point of view Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol.6: Ichini no Tant-R to Bonanza Bros has the distinct whiff of OK … Continue reading Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol.6: Ichini no Tant-R to Bonanza Bros.
Eighting’s singularly spinny series started life as the eye-catchingly unusual launch GBA game Kuru Kuru Kururin (Japan/EU only), followed up the year … Continue reading Kururin Paradise: Right round like a helerin, baby
There was a time when it felt like you couldn’t move for arcade titles eager to scoot you from one … Continue reading Pomping World: Pomping Pang Bros.
Dragon World 2001, available only on the eye-catching red cartridges used with IGS’ PGM arcade system, is a title that … Continue reading Dragon World 2001: The perfect arcade game to play at home
As you may have already guessed from the photo above, the overly-named Bomberman: Panic Bomber is yet another spinoff of Hudson’s evergreen … Continue reading Bomberman Panic Bomber: A bit of a dud
What do you get when you mix Columns with Sakura Taisen? You get something close to my idea of heaven – now on … Continue reading Hanagumi Taisen Columns 2: A match [three] made in heaven
Aconcagua begins with a dramatic explosion sending a small passenger plane hurtling towards the titular real-world mountain the game takes place on, … Continue reading Aconcagua: When two very different genres collide…