Things I Hate: Super Monkey Ball 3D (Nintendo 3DS)

One of my favorite times in video game history was in the early 2000’s because I was a big fan of the Nintendo Gamecube. Sega’s literal first game on the Nintendo console was Super Monkey Ball. It debuted in arcades, and was probably going to be a title for the Sega Dreamcast. However the DreamcastContinue reading “Things I Hate: Super Monkey Ball 3D (Nintendo 3DS)”

Video Game History: Phantasy Star (Sega Master System)

The late 80’s was the start of many classic RPG series. Enix had Dragon Quest, Squaresoft had Final Fantasy, and Sega had Phantasy Star. This Sega Master System RPG might of been a distant 3rd place, but it does belong in the hearts of many Sega fans. One of the first things that really setContinue reading “Video Game History: Phantasy Star (Sega Master System)”

Video Game History: Mega Man (Sega GameGear)

While Mega Man was known for his Gameboy titles in addition to the ones on NES, not many knew of the Sega Game Gear version. Even though it comes with the plain title Mega Man, it is not a remake of the original. Nor was it’s own original game. Instead it was a mix ofContinue reading “Video Game History: Mega Man (Sega GameGear)”

Video Game History: Sonic Shuffle (Dreamcast)

In the late 90’s, Nintendo had found smashing success with their Mario Party series. Sega being no fool, attempted to make a “Sonic Party” for the new Dreamcast system calling it Sonic Shuffle. Was it better than its N64 counterpart? The game was pretty much the same as Mario Party in execution You can pickContinue reading “Video Game History: Sonic Shuffle (Dreamcast)”

Things I Like: Daytona USA (Arcade/Dreamcast)

I remember the arcade version more fondly, but I also played a little bit of the Dreamcast version of Sega’s classic racer. Apparently they were a bit different, but it doesn’t matter. It was a great arcade racing at it’s finest. I loved linking-up with friends in the arcade itself. One of the pizza placesContinue reading “Things I Like: Daytona USA (Arcade/Dreamcast)”