The History of Zeebo: Brazil's First Gaming Console

The Zeebo was developed by Tectoy and released in 2009 in Brazil and Mexico. The console was meant to be a cheap gaming system for the emerging markets, which allowed users to download games of the internet. However, it ended up being a commercial failure. Today, I take a look at the first Brazilian console ever made, the forgotten Zeebo.

Captain Tsubasa Dream Team Review

Today I reviewed Captain Tsubasa Dream Team for iOS and Android. The game can best be described as Dragon Ball Z meets sports anime meets Final Fantasy.

You'd think mixing JRPG-style gameplay with Football Manager-type sims would be a terrible idea, but it works surprisingly well here.

Check out the review here:


SNK 40th Anniversary Collection

I reviewed the SNK 40th Anniversary Collection for the Nintendo Switch. Sadly, I feel many of its games haven't aged well, making it difficult to recommend to most retro gamers.


Blood Omen 2 Review (PS2)

This week I reviewed The Legacy of Kain: Blood Omen 2 for the Playstation 2. I grew up playing and loving the Legacy of Kain games, but even back then I knew Blood Omen 2 was not a good game.

Playing it now, I can safely say, it's the worst game in the series.


Top 30 Sega Genesis / Mega Drive Games Ever Made! (Part 2)

As part of the channel's celebration of the Sega Mega Drive / Genesis' 30th Anniversary, I'm now posting the final part in my top 30 BEST Sega Genesis or Mega Drive games ever made!

Top 30 Sega Genesis / Mega Drive games (Part 1)

This week we celebrate the Sega Genesis / Mega Drive's 30th anniversary, so come join me in the celebrations as I countdown the top 30 Mega Drive games, one for each year the console has been out.

How the Wonderboy series was changed in Brazil

Today I thought I'd take a look at the Master System and Genesis version of the Wonderboy series and discuss how and why the games were changed in Brazil. I've seen youtubers mentioning the changes but I've never seen anyone go in depth as to why these games were changed.

So I thought it'd make for an interesting topic: