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Archive for March, 2014

Review: Risky Woods

Thursday, March 27th, 2014

Risky Woods is a notoriously difficult Amiga game that features a fantasy setting. You must navigate the stages freeing monks from stone statues to progress whilst avoiding an unbelievably large number of enemies that consistently respawn. The Mega Drive port goes some way to try and correct these flaws but does it do enough?

Click here to be taken to the full review of Risky Woods for the Mega Drive.

Review: Capt’n Havoc

Wednesday, March 26th, 2014

Capt’n Havoc is a platform game for the Mega Drive developed by Data East. The game puts you in control of a seafaring, pirate seal called Havoc who must save his friends Bridget and Tide after they’re kidnapped by an evil pirate named Barnado.

We now have a review of the title live in our First Party Reviews section. You can also click below to go straight to the review.

Click here to read our review of Capt’n Havoc for the Mega Drive.

Feature: We Speak to Brandon Cobb from Super Fighter Team

Thursday, March 20th, 2014

Brandon Cobb is the president of independent video game publisher Super Fighter Team. Super Fighter Team have just announced releases for another 2 Genesis games namely Cascade and Magic Girl. We thought this would be a great time to catch up with Brandon and quiz him about the company as well as their new games.

Click here to be taken straight to the interview with Brandon.

Crazy Taxi: City Rush Announced for iOS and Android

Friday, March 14th, 2014

A new Crazy Taxi game has been announced for iOS and Android devices. The new game is called Crazy Taxi: City Rush and it’s being developed by SEGA’s mobile developer Hardlight Studio. Check out the announcement trailer below and the first screenshot above:

The game is due to release soon.

Video Spotlight: Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax Opening Cinematic

Wednesday, March 12th, 2014

Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax is only 6 days away for Japanese arcade gamers and SEGA have released the opening cinematic from the game on their YouTube channel.

What’s interesting is one of the characters appears in a Dreamcast-themed outfit. You can skip to 0:36 to see the outfit in question:

Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax is a Japanese arcade exclusive title. A home console/Western release has not been confirmed at this time.

[Source: The Fighter’s Generation]

Review: Neo XYX

Tuesday, March 11th, 2014

It’s my favourite irregularly occurring time again! New Dreamcast game time! This time NG:Dev.Team deliver a new shoot-em-up in the form of Neo XYX which marks the 2nd vertical shmup from the developer and the first to feature a portrait resolution. What did we think? Click below to find out!

Click here to go straight to the Neo XYX review.

SEGA Tunes: Marble Madness Remix Album

Tuesday, March 11th, 2014

First things first; yes, Marble Madness is an Atari arcade game and not a SEGA game per se, but we at SEGADriven regard any game published for a SEGA first party console fair game for feature on the website. As Marble Madness was released for Master System, Game Gear and Mega Drive it’s entirely relevant to us.

Now that’s out of the way, allow me to present ‘Where Good Marbles Go to Die’; a Marble Madness remix album courtesy of Stemage. The hard rock/heavy metal remix album tackles the entire Marble Madness soundtrack and features guest appearances from Disasterpeace, Lauren Liebowitz of Descendants of Erdrick, norg, XOC, Kirby Pufocia, housethegrate and VikingGuitar.

You can stream the entire thing using the below widget or alternatively download it at a pay-what-you-want price-point. Sadly the limited edition cassette version of the album is now sold out but at least it’s available digitally, right?

[Source: Destructoid]

Review: Mick & Mack as the Global Gladiators on Master System

Thursday, March 6th, 2014

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Licensed games don’t come as bizarre as Mick & Mack as the Global Gladiators. This strange title sees you take control of a child who is tasked with ridding the world of toxic waste monsters. Oh and it’s licensed by McDonalds. Wait… what?

If you want to find out exactly how peculiarly this concept is executed you can now read our review of the Master System version of the game.

Click here to be taken straight to the Mick & Mack as the Global Gladiators Master System review.

SEGA Tunes: Banjo Cover of the Monster Village Theme from Wonder Boy III

Sunday, March 2nd, 2014

It’s not often someone sends you a message saying “here’s a video I made featuring a cover of the Monster Village theme from Wonder Boy III. Also it’s been done on a banjo.” Well that’s exactly what happened to me recently and the video was supplied by a certain Ollie LongZ; a talented little musician who has recently taken to arranging banjo covers of video game themes. Check out the impressive little arrangement below:

Here’s hoping Ollie has more SEGA covers up his sleeve, but if you’re interested you can check out another of Ollie’s cover’s by clicking here (it’s a Castlevania one).

Review: Altered Beast for Master System

Sunday, March 2nd, 2014

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Ooh this feels familiar! It’s been a while since we reviewed a retro title but today we present a review of Altered Beast on Master System! This also marks our first Master System game review at SEGADriven and we hope to have more coming soon.

Anyway, enough waffling! Click the link below and get reading!

Click here to be taken to the Altered Beast Master System review.

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