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Snatcher 

Snatcher

Static plays the hell out of Hideo Kojima’s brilliant love letter to Blade Runner.

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Corpse Killer 

Corpse Killer

Rescue captured soldiers from a mad doctor in a lightgun game that lets you pick your next mission and manage limited supplies.

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Who Shot Johnny Rock?

I shoulda known the game was trouble when I saw the Sega CD logo stamped on the case like a lipstick kiss from a cheap hooker. I knew it was fulla FMV, and what can I say? I’ma sucker for tryin’ ta find a good Sega CD game. But what I didn’t expect, was a […]

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Wild Woody

I do not know the story behind the development of this game, but luckily, the way it probably went down isn’t too hard to piece together. The year is 1995, a full four years after Sega’s mascot Sonic the Hedgehog was released to the world. The Playstation is nearing release. Sega is losing its grip […]

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Night Trap

If you haven’t heard of Night Trap, you probably weren’t playing games in the 90s. It was this game and Mortal Kombat that set up the Congressional hearings on video game violence, and this was the most mis-represented of the collection they showed. It also represented a fortuitous save for Digital Pictures. They shot all […]

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MicroCosm

In the far future, two mega-corporations battle for supremacy, and one game company needs a gimmick for their new game. Our buddies at Psygnosis, responsible for the quirky Sentient, came up with a solution. The mega-corporations would battle it out inside the body of one of their CEOs, and Psygnosis would create “Fantastic Voyage: The […]

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