The sequel to SNK’s 1991 beat ‘em up, Sengoku, was a huge leap from their previous efforts. It was also 1993, an age in the life of the arcade, and […]
It was 1991 and the beat ‘em up genre was enjoying a “golden age” of titles. Walking the battlefield were the likes of Knights of the Round from Capcom and The […]
Athena was a little company in Japan founded in 1987. Their webpage today points to a missing page hosted by Sakura Internet, but this obscure developer used to pump out everything […]
If there’s one beat ‘em up that every modern version today can trace their roots back to, it has to be Irem’s Kung-Fu Master in 1984. Considered by many to […]
He’s no Kenjiro, but he still kicks ass.
The early 90s were big years for beat ‘em ups. Both 1991 and 1993 would prove to be a peak year for both Capcom and Konami which released three apiece […]
Superman’s history in video games is kind of a mess. Almost every time someone tries to make a game based around the Man of Steel, the results never end well. […]