Entries in Sega (53)

Tuesday
Aug232011

Bullet Heaven HD, Episode 39 - In The Hunt

If you've ever wanted a naval action game crossed with a run-n-gun and fused into a shoot em up, then In the Hunt has you covered! But wait what's this? A serious technical issue?! This warrants investigation!

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Bullet Heaven Episode 39 is brough to you by Sunken Treasures Games! Check out their blog at http://www.sunkentreasuresgames.com!

Sunday
Jul312011

Bullet Heaven HD, Episode 37 - Game Tengoku: The Game Paradise

In the 90's parody shooters were the hot new thing that every company that made shooters had to get on the bandwagon with. Starting with the legendary Parodius, several parody shooters sprung up and saw release mostly in Japan. Jaleco also joined in the fun with Game Tengoku: The Game Paradise in 1995, though all of the properties used were ancient, even at release; the newest game that elements were used from was six years old by the time Game Tengoku reached arcades, and all but one of the original games stayed (officially) in Japan exclusively. It would later be ported to the Sega Saturn in 1997. Is Game Tengoku worth a look after all...?

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Thursday
Jun162011

Bullet Heaven HD, Episode 33 - Hellfire/Hellfire S Dual Review 

In this episode of Bullet Heaven, we pit two versions of the same game against one another in a battle of supremacy; The Genesis/Megadrive's Hellfire and the PC Engine CD-ROM2's Hellfire S, both home conversions of the Arcade original by Toaplan. Which version will come out on top??

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Friday
Jun102011

Bullet Heaven HD, Episode 32 - The S.D.F. Macross: Do You Remember Love?

Last year in Episode 18 of Bullet Heaven, we took a look at the excellent Macross Scrambled Valkyrie for the Super Famicom, a side-story of sorts to the original Macross anime series. With its super tight, fun gameplay and great presentation, it nabbed a pretty decent score.

In 1997, another Macross shooter made it to home console: The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Do You Remember Love?, for the Sega Saturn (and Sony Playstation). Based directly on the 1984 anime classic, can the legendary mech-based story strike gold yet again?

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Friday
Apr012011

Bullet Heaven The XXX

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-Ser

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