Episode 23 – This week on the show, I review Gunlord for the Neo-Geo MVS, AES, and Sega Dreamcast. I’m playing the MVS version in this video, but I also have the Dreamcast version and it is almost identical. The Dreamcast version is much cheaper, but is permanently out-of-print, so the best time to buy … Read more
Episode 7 – This week I review both golf games on the Neo-Geo AES, MVS, and CD. Top Players Golf is a completely skippable game, but if you aren’t playing Neo Turf Masters, then you just aren’t the gamer that I thought you were! If you don’t have a Neo-Geo, you can play Neo Turf … Read more
Episode 6 – This week I review all 3 baseball games on the Neo-Geo AES, MVS, and CD systems. Baseball Stars Professional, 2020 Super Baseball, and Baseball Stars 2 are all awesome games, and I wouldn’t consider my collection to be complete without all three of them!
Anyone who pays any attention to this site should have known that a golf game would be among the first that I’d review for a newly-added console. The only other golf game on the system is the much older Top Players Golf, and given my choice I would have reviewed it first to give a … Read more
Whenever the topic of run & gun games comes up, someone has to mention Contra as the greatest of all time. Contra certainly has it’s place in the genre, but for my money it doesn’t get any better than the Metal Slug series. This first installment in the franchise is set is a modern version … Read more
During the 16-bit era, the Neo-Geo AES was the gold standard of home consoles. I remember staring at it sitting in the glass case at Toys ‘R Us, never to be touched by human hands. Not only were the carts amazing in their size, the controllers looked epic compared to those that I was used … Read more