A month ago Sega of Japan revealed they were working on a sequel to 2019’s Genesis Mini, or Mega Drive Mini as it was called everywhere else. The first Genny Mini was part of the “mini consoles” craze from late last decade that saw rise to the NES Mini, SNES
This spring Sega will be republishing its Genesis library, and though it’s done that plenty of times, this newly announced release promises to contain the largest amount of titles any Genny compilation has included to date. ToeJam and Earl are in the lineup for the first time, along with others.
Many, many indie developers have used the games they grew up with as kids to inspire their own retro-stylized games, but these are usually built on modern hardware. As simple as the games appear, coding them into existence was much harder back when 8 and 16-bit consoles were new and
If you have ever wanted to play Sega’s entire collection of game’s on your mobile device then you are in luck. The publisher has made almost its entire classic collection of games, ranging from their very first offerings to titles from the Dreamcast. The current lineup of titles includes a
In the 1990’s the company known as Interplay gave us a wide variety of characters on 16-bit and 32-bit consoles. Earthworm Jim, Clay Fighter, The Lost Vikings, and this: Now it’s all up for sale. Interplay is dropping the proverbial cow on the whole enterprise. You would be forgiven for
Go Nintendo got ahold of former Sega of America senior producer Scott Bayless, the man who first came up with the marketing term “Blast Processing.” Sega would then use it in its promotional campaign extensively, bragging that this vague term somehow made the Genesis better than the SNES, like so:
In 2003 I purchased a used Chrono Trigger in a mint condition box for $70. That’s it up there. If I had shown you this image and told you I just picked up the game today, you never would have believed me — a complete package like this is worth over
A few months ago GameStop announced that it would begin taking in retro consoles and games as trade-ins once more. It’s been assumed by some that these ancient classics would be sold as-is, but as a new article and photo gallery on Mashable proves, they’re going the extra mile to make
For the longest time GameStop was of the opinion that anything older than PS2 was worthless. Now they seem to rapidly be reversing their thinking. First they reinstated trade-ins for PS2 hardware, and now they’ve re-opened the floodgates to accept machines and games they haven’t taken since the days when
It’s the final day of the working week, which means it’s time for our Armed with Controllers Friday feature!
Ready for another 15 minutes of merriment, confusion and whimsical one-liners from the Armed with Controllers crew?