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Archive for March, 2009

Review: Double Dragon 2 – The Revenge

Sunday, March 1st, 2009

There’s something alluring to playing a game that you’ve heard is really bad. I quite enjoy testing the murky waters of gaming’s worst software (maybe that’s why I’m still such a big Sonic fan *ba-dum-tish*). But sometimes you’ve just got to put your foot down and stop telling yourself that your latest purchase is any good (I’m not talking about myself…). Double Dragon II for the Mega Drive is shit. But just how shit? Check out our full review now!

Review: SD Valis

Sunday, March 1st, 2009

What is it with super deformed characters? I’ve never seen the appeal of that visual style. They look so cheap and tacky. And that’s exactly what SD Valis is like. Don’t be fooled into thinking this is a rare, Japanese oddity. It’s a boring little platformer that isn’t worth your cash. Check out our full review in the Mega Drive section of ‘First Party Reviews’.

Downloads: Mega Drive Ultimate Collection Wallpaper

Sunday, March 1st, 2009

I thought it was time for a change this morning so I threw together a SEGA Mega Drive Ultimate Collection wallpaper using the packshots from the SEGA Press website.

Then I realised more SEGA fans out there might want to use it. So I stuck our logo on it and uploaded it to the server in 3 different resolutions. Wasn’t that an exciting story? Hit the new ‘Downloads’ link to get it for yourself. Enjoy!

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