Alex Kidd in Miracle World 2 Review

Yes, that's right! 30 years later, we finally receive a sequel to Alex Kidd in Miracle World! The game even launched in a physical format for the Master system. So today I take a look at the new Alex Kidd game and see if it's worth playing.


Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara Final Interview Interview

This is the final part in the three-part interview with the creators behind Dungeons & Dragons Chronicles of Mystara games for the Sega Saturn and Arcade.

The NES knock-off that outsold the Nintendo Entertainment System.

Today I decided to create a video about the Family Game, this was the most popular line of Famiclones in Portugal, Spain and pretty much all of Latin America.

The console was so popular in fact that it outsold the NES in those countries and I'd thought you'd like to learn more about a knock-off console that shaped a generation of gamers.

Sonic The Hedgehog Pocket Adventure Review (Neo-Geo Pocket Color)

Sonic the Hedgehog Pocket Adventure is a platformer developed by SNK for the Neo Geo Pocket Color. The game's level design features a mix of all 4 Genesis / Mega Drive titles.

In this Sonic The Hedgehog Pocket Adventure Review for the Neo Pocket Color, SnicketySlice takes a look at the game's graphics, history, packaging and how well it aged over the years.


Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver 2 Review (PS2)

In today's video I review Legacy of Kain Soul Reaver 2 for the PS2. This Playstation 2 game, is the sequel to the popular Soul Reaver for the Ps1.

I have to be honest though, as much as I loved the first game back in the day, I do feel Soul Reaver 2 is something of a disappointment.

In this Legacy of Kain Soul Reaver 2 review, I take a look at the game's graphics, different languages, gameplay and more.


Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara Interview

An interview with the lead developer behind Capcom's Dungeons and Dragons Mystara series, discussing content removed from the final release, including female shadow elves.

Battle Arena Toshinden Review (Nintendo Game Boy)

Battle Arena Toshinden is a fighting game launched for the original Nintendo Game Boy in 1996 and I firmly believe this is the best fighting game on the console.

I am honestly baffled by how good this game is and yet it still remains a Hidden Gem in the Game Boy library.