Sega Fanboy: Sonic the Hedgehog 2 for Game Gear

 

The sequel to Sega’s classic platformer about a famous, anthropomorphic hedgehog is insanely difficult and unfair on Sega’s handheld Game Gear. In this episode of Sega Fanboy, Ross reviews Sonic the Hedgehog 2 for Game Gear.

 

 
Sega Fanboy: Sonic the Hedgehog 2 for Game Gear

Say Hello To: Sega Master System

 

In a move to counter Nintendo and their 8-Bit NES, Sega released their technically superior Master System to provide competition. Although the Master System lacked the marketing and third-party support its Nintendo rival enjoyed, Sega still managed to establish a presence in the North American market which led to the release and success of the 16-Bit Genesis. This episode of Say Hello To is dedicated to the history of Sega’s seminal home console.

 

 
Say Hello To: Sega Master System

Sega Fanboy: Streets of Rage Remake

 

Streets of Rage is a classic side-scroller beat-em-up that had a profound effect on the gaming world during the Sega Genesis/Megadrive days; so profound that fans have wanted a sequel or remake for many years. Sadly, the franchise died with Sega’s 16-Bit behemoth, but the unofficial, and legal, Streets of Rage Remake has continued where the old series left off. Join Ross in this installment of Sega Fanboy as he explores this FREE to download title.

 


Sega Fanboy: Streets of Rage Remake

Faries Reviews: Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F for PS3

 

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F is a rhythm game that uses vocaloids, a pop-cultural phenomenon in Japan. So what are vocaloids? Well, the popular starlet Hatsune Miku is a vocaloid, for example; and neither she nor her voice are real. For a complete explanation, and for a detailed analysis of Project Diva F, please watch the video to learn for yourself.

 

 
Faries Reviews: Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F for PS3