Sega Genesis

Kill ‘Em All: Remembering General Chaos

Kill ‘Em All: Remembering General Chaos

Ever so often, a console gets a terrific game that is original in concept, well executed, properly marketed, and best of all-exclusive to that particular console. General Chaos, released in 1994 for t... Read More »

Remembering Christmas Games

Remembering Christmas Games

For all of us who grew up in the age of video games, then and now, Christmas time has been synonymous with video games. Christmas was the time of year, that for a lot of us, made or broke the next six... Read More »

Trauma Protocol: California Games

Trauma Protocol: California Games

In my line of work as an EMT, we have what we refer to as a “Trauma Protocol.” A trauma protocol is a term used when talking to the hospital over the phone while we are en route with a pat... Read More »

Kenseiden: A lost treasure of the Sega Master System

Kenseiden: A lost treasure of the Sega Master System

In the 1980’s, the world was going through what could best be described as a “Ninja Renaissance.” ¬†Ninjas were everywhere, in movies, cartoons, television shows, and toys. ¬†With th... Read More »

Arcade Beat ‘Em Ups of the Early 1990’s

Arcade Beat ‘Em Ups of the Early 1990’s

Back in the 8 bit and 16 bit era, we had some great games to play at home, but unless your parents were rich enough to buy you a Neo-Geo for Christmas, you had to go to the arcades if you wanted to ge... Read More »

The Great Injustice of My Childhood: Ghostbusters Games

The Great Injustice of My Childhood: Ghostbusters Games

It must have been back in 1985 or 1986, when I was a young boy, sitting on the living room floor at my Grandparent’s house, when one of my Uncles brought a VHS tape into the room. I was playing ... Read More »

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