Happy March Madness! Arch Rivals was released by Midway in 1989. Billed by Midway as "A Basket Brawl", the game features two-on-two full court basketball games in which players are encouraged to punch opposing players and steal the ball from them. It was available for Arcade, NES, Genesis, and Game Gear.
8BitDo Controllers just waiting to be paired up with the new Mega SG by @analogue.co
I've been waiting for several months on this March 25th Drop. Hopefully it doesn't take to long to get here once units start shipping.
Anyone else order the Mega SG?
Been very busy as always. Not only creating BoS Archive vids but also helping BIGtimmy with his pod casts BIGtimmys house and now for fun and a break from everything else, a gaming channel much like any other channel "The Jazz pad!"
This is a hobby channel so dont expect a schedule. But hopefully I will make you laugh non the less
Mega Drive Masters game 25/40 was Robocop Versus The Terminator. One of my favourite Mega Drive games. Completed it already quite recently after not being able to as a kid but this competition is about score. Completed it again and still didn't get the top score, so had to remember all the secret rooms to make sure I got bonuses from them all. Completed it yet again and got the top score. Think I've mastered this one now 😎 #robocopvstheterminator#virgingamesusa#sega#megadrive#genesis#emulation#retroarch#retrogaming#1994
Heard the news? Horizon Chase Turbo Playground Mode is now available on Steam! We´ll celebrate by offering a limited time 30% discount, hurry up! Sorry for the cliché, but it's time to speed up and get yours!
JUNGLE STRIKE: It's day 21 of #MegaDriveMarch which means it's time for another game from my collection that I absolutely love to bits to sit in front of my camera and have some info shared about it. Today's pick is all about the time when Mega Drive / Genesis owners took a trip to the Jungle... Let's do this!
Developed by High Score Productions and released in 1993 this is the first of several sequels to the incredible Desert Strike. Essentially an isometric top-down shooter this was way more in depth than the first game and most other games in the shoot 'em up category.
Jungle Strike features two baddies: Ibn Kilbaba, the son of the bad dude in Desert Strike and Carlos Ortega, a notorious South American drug lord. The opening sequence depicts the two men observing a nuclear explosion on a deserted island, while discussing the delivery of "nuclear resources" and an attack on Washington D.C. Kilbaba seeks revenge for his father's death at the hands of the US, while Ortega wishes to "teach the Yankees to stay out of his drug trade". You play the role of a pilot who initially starts out defending Washington from attack and who then travels the globe, controlling other vehicles in order to hand out justice to loads of massive douchebags.
Not only does this look, move, play and sound better than the first game, it also is bigger and is way more diverse location wise. Whilst Desert Strike is way more iconic it's this sequel that is the better game... Come at me Internet! 😉😂❤️ I love this game because it's everything a sequel should be... And more. Controlling 4 different attack vehicles rocks and it helped to make sure more games would come out under the 'Strike Series' moniker.
Streets of Rage 2 Or Bare Knuckle 2 (In Japan) Is Arguably One Of The Best Beat Em Up Games During The 16 Bit Era Which Was Released On The Sega Genesis/Mega Drive In 1992. I Was Mind Blown 🤯As Kid On How Great The Soundtrack Was When I First Heard It. I Remember Sometimes Not Even Playing The Game And Just Listening To The Music In Options Menu 😄
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