Ready for another 15 minutes of merriment, confusion and whimsical one-liners from the Armed with Controllers crew?
The Sega Genesis (branded the Mega Drive in Japan and PAL territories) holds a special place in the hearts of more than 35.4 million people worldwide. First released in 1988, the fourth generation console is to thank for bringing countless videogame greats into our living rooms, including Aladdin, Desert Strike, NBA Jam and, of course, Sonic the Hedgehog.
This week’s AwC feature sees cohorts KB and Stapesy dust off Sega’s black box to revisit 1992’s World of Illusion. In this charming 16-Bit platformer, Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck stumble upon a mysterious box that whisks them away to an enchanted foreign world controlled by an evil magician. If you’re in the mood for comical co-op capers, manic magic carpet rides, undersea adventures and laughter-inducing commentary, don’t hold back; click play on the video embedded below.
Now you can not only watch and read Demon Slayer, you can play it too. Sega introduces The Hinokami Chronicles, a one-on-one fighter that will let you take your favorite characters from the first season of the show and kick them around. Take control of a wide cast of characters
You just never know where Sonic will pop up next. This week, he’s reared his spiky head at Two Point Hospital, a sim management game for consoles and PC. They’ve certainly gone Sonic-nutty at that hospital. The staff is wandering around in full-body Sonic costumes (there are four you can
Encouraging news just came from two game distributors today, if you’re a fan of the Sega cult hits Panzer Dragoon and House Of The Dead. Microids and Forever Entertainment have entered a deal to publish and distribute physical versions of “future games” based on these properties…which we take as a
The feature film Demon Slayer: Mugen Train made a mint in the US, and under pandemic conditions. That means Demon Slayer is an undeniable hit, and we should be getting more products based around the series localized here. The newest Demon Slayer game, which is called Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no