Todd gets his hands on the Sega Genesis Mini, the latest package in the wave of retro console releases, and one of the best ones yet. It comes packed with 40 games, but of course Todd wants more. Find out which titles he thinks should be added, from the classic Sonic 3 to the obscure Snatcher thriller.
Gunblade NY and LA Machineguns combine into one game for the Wii. But sadly, their total playtime is only equal to about an hour, which makes the price difficult to justify.
Tournament of Legends bills itself as an economic fighter, but when you spend your time fighting the Wii controls instead of your opponent, it’s fails at any price.
Although Iron Man 2 kicks the pants off the original game, it’s nowhere near as good as the movie experience. But at least it’s mildly amusing this time around.
Although flawed in several areas, Alpha Protocol proves to be a capable espionage action RPG title, and we all know there aren’t very many of them to go around.
For a while, it looked like the Dragon of Dojima wouldn’t escape the Japanese market. But Yakuza 3 is here now as a PS3 exclusive, and is perfect for those who enjoy a semi-open world with a lot of fighting.
Although looked on as a bit of a kiddie console, the Wii is trying to grow up with more adult games. The Conduit is the best step in this direction yet, and makes for a fun experience.
House of the Dead: Overkill is a game that thankfully never takes itself too seriously. The developers set out to make a bad game, and as it turns out, made a really good one.
Sonic Unleashed would be a good game if you could only play in daylight. When night falls, the werehog stages bring this title to a grinding, slow-motion halt.
When Golden Axe: Beast Rider came out, Todd was overjoyed that one of his favorite games was remade. Now he’s frustrated, and searching for the nearest arcade.