Buried in with the CD remakes of previous 16-bit games is this rare case, where “remake” wasn’t code for “same game with CD music.”
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Are you reasonably intelligent? Do you like showing that off? Do you own a Sega CD? Have you tried Jeopardy! before in its 8-bit incarnations, and found yourself missing Alex Trebek’s smarmy Canadian attitude? Sony Imagesoft to the rescue! A multimedia version of Jeopardy! makes good sense, and Sony Imagesoft’s early attempts here would set [...]
Just as when I originally rented it, Mansion of Hidden Souls has tricked me again. The pictures show spooky images of a first-person adventure through a lonely mansion. “Hidden Souls” pretty obviously implies the place is haunted. The back of the cover describes the mansion as a place “where ghostly voices and blood-curdling screams break [...]
I remember being interested in Dracula Unleashed when it was released, despite not really knowing anything about it, or chasing down information in the gaming rags. An FMV adventure in the world of Dracula sounded like something I’d dig. It turned out to be one that I never got around to picking up (damn constant [...]
I remember Batman Returns disinctly as it was one of two games I picked up when I purchased the Sega CD. Title selection was still short, cheap cardboard packaging was still being used, and the console still retained its initial wonderment – i.e. its repuation hadn’t yet been sullied by FMV and lack of support. [...]