Also called Dead Angle and Gang Hunter in the West, Lead Angle is the follow-up to Seibu Kaihatsu’s Empire City: 1931 which hit Japanese arcades in 1986. The sequel, released […]
It’s 1994. The Cold War is over, the Soviet Union dissolved, and everyone’s attention is focused on what might be coming next. Games were also changing. PCs were improving by leaps […]
It was 1983 and the Cold War was continuing to inspire stories of spies, sabotage, sneaky subterfuge, and daring escapes from behind enemy lines. Perfect material for a game like […]
All right, space cadets. It’s time to save the Solar System from Halley’s Comet!
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. […]
Even with Capcom and Konami beat ’em ups beating each other up in the arcades, other companies didn’t just sit idly by and let them take all tokens. One of […]
Technos’ Renegade in 1986 could be a tough game to warm up to in the arcade. In my case, I didn’t particularly like my experience with it as much as […]
It’s hard to think of a bad game having any kind of influence on future titles in a genre, but Technos’ Renegade did just that. I didn’t like this game […]