Tiny Toon Adventures

Buster’s Hidden Treasure is pretty much like any other side scrolling games of its time. It comes with a number of enemies to beat, platforms to jump, and several other mechanics that a side scrolling game should have…. Read More

The Adventures of Batman and Robin

The Adventures of Batman and Robin is a game which comes in various versions. The SNES version features side scrolling action, while the Genesis version is a shooter game featuring multiplayer gameplay. However, rather than guns, the two… Read More

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III could be considered one of the best NES games you could ever find. It’s very similar to the second game that features side scrolling action, except that it’s a lot better. Of… Read More

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

The first ever animation game of the Turtles for the Genesis is one heck of an adventure. The game follows the adventures of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles as they try to stop Shredder from shrinking the whole… Read More

Streets of Rage 3

Streets of Rage is back again in action for its third instalment, bringing an even better design and improved gameplay with it. Both Blaze and Axel have returned, as word spreads out that Mr. X is yet again… Read More

Street Rage 2

Even with Street Fighter 2 being in the mainstream, critics were too excited for Streets of Rage 2. Although two-player beat ‘em up games weren’t that widely recognized back in 1993, Streets of Rage was still able to… Read More

Sonic & Knuckles

Sonic 3 was originally planned to have twice as many levels as it currently has, along with a new playable character and a new storyline. The problem is, it got compromised due to the pressure of releasing the… Read More

Pirates of the Dark Water

Even if you haven’t seen the cartoon yet, Pirates of the Dark Water is a side scrolling brawler game to take a look at. The game was developed for the Sega Genesis and SNES by Sunsoft. Despite being… Read More

Golden Axe III

Golden Axe 3 takes the same standard formula of the original while adding two new characters to the selection, a variety of new and fun combos, as well as the option to choose different paths. However, unlike other… Read More

Castlevania: Bloodlines

Castlevania: Bloodlines is the only game from the Castlevania franchise that’s made its way into the Genesis console. Though it was not quite popular back then due to Castlevania: Symphony of the Night and the Dawn of Sorrow… Read More