Capcom had become a staple on Nintendo’s home system, the Famicom (in Japan) and the NES (in North America and elsewhere), and its place as a premier designer with an […]
Sega had a problem. Nintendo’s Mario was burning up the charts, closing in on Mickey Mouse as the most recognizable brand by the 90s thanks to the wild success of […]
By 1988, Michael Jackson was on top of the world as the “King of Pop”. Radios everywhere were playing his music, he was feted (and hounded) by the press, and the […]
Sega was running hot by 1991 thanks to efforts by Tom Kalinske (hired the year before) and his crack team at Sega of America. That year, the Sega Genesis actually […]
Seibu Kaihatsu is a developer probably better known for their Raiden shmups, but they had a pretty eclectic catalog of games throughout their history starting in 1983 with a shmup […]
The Belmont curse follows the famous family all the way to Sega’s Genesis for the first — and only — time in one of the series’ best outings.
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 […]