Category Archives: Dreamcast
Ghost Blade Review

Ghost Blade (Available exclusively on the SEGA Dreamcast) ESRB Rating: N/A Number of Players: 1 to 2 Genre: Shoot ‘em…

A Look ahead at 2014’s Indie Releases

Are you interested in some of the biggest indie releases of 2014? Well, you should be! Jarrod highlights a few of the biggest releases of 2014. Don’t let these indie titles pass you by.

Neo XYX Review

NG:Dev Team’s latest shmup hits the Dreamcast in style. This six-stage shooter is a fantastic testament to an age-old fact, great arcade games are always fun!

Redux: Dark Matters Review

Kickstarter-funded and ready for action, Redux: Dark Matters has finally arrived for your loving Dreamcast.

Shenmue I & II HD

Come inside for the latest on some old Dreamcast classics.

Crazy Taxi Review

Jarrod checks out one of the very best arcade games of all time. Does it still hold up, or has its time finally passed?

Getting the Best Picture Quality from the SEGA Saturn

Jarrod shows you how to get the best possible picture quality from retro systems while playing them on an HDTV. This is a must-see video for anyone into the retro scene.

Guilty Gear X Review

Jarrod reviews one of the finest looking 2D games of all time. It also just so happens to be one hell of an excellent fighter that has aged perfectly.

Vampire Chronicle for Matching Service Review

Jarrod reviews one of the best Dreamcast imports out there. This is a compilation game that deserves to be in every Dreamcast fan’s collection.

Resident Evil: Code Veronica Review

Resident Evil: Code Veronica was a critical and commercial hit back in 2000, but how has the last 13 years been on the game? Jarrod hopes to answer that question with his latest retro review.

Sword of the Berserk: Guts’ Rage Review

Some games are timeless classics, others…not so much. Sword of the Berserk is one of those games that a lot of people enjoyed when it was originally released, but has since aged extremely poorly.

Mars Matrix Review

Do you enjoy nice relaxing videogames with little to no challenge? If so, this isn’t the game for you. This is a balls-to-the-wall shmup that will leave you crying in the corner.

Sturmwind Review

Jarrod reviews the best shoot ’em up released all year, and one of the very best Dreamcast games of all time. If you enjoy shmups, this is one game you can’t afford to skip.

DUX 1.5 Review

Long live the Dreamcast! Hucast sent us a review copy of their latest shoot ’em up, DUX 1.5 and Jarrod thinks this is a game every Dreamcast owner should play. It’s outstanding!

Special Service Announcement

Jarrod has something very special to announce, so come on inside to find out what the fuss is all about. If you’re into retro gaming, or the history of videogames in general, this is something you aren’t going to want to miss as it has been our single most requested feature for the past two years.

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