NBA Jam Game Comparison

NBA Jam Game Comparison

NBA Jam is the third basketball game developed and published by Midway, after TV Basketball (1974) and Arch Rivals (1989). This was the first game in the NBA Jam series of games…

Chuck Rock Game Comparison

Chuck Rock Game Comparison

Chuck Rock is a side-scrolling platformer, designed by Robert Churchill and first released in 1991 for the Commodore Amiga and Atari ST by the brilliant Core Design. The game features our belly bouncing and rock chucking hero called Chuck Rock…

Superfrog Game Comparison

Superfrog Game

Superfrog is a 1993 platformer developed by Team 17 for the Commodore Amiga. It features the trademark crisp shaded graphics that became a standard for Team 17 during the Amiga era.

Sunset Riders Game Comparison

Sunset Riders is a side-scrolling run and gun game developed and released by Konami on the JAMMA arcade platform in 1991. The game is set in the American Old West, where the player takes control of a bounty hunter who is seeking the rewards offered for various criminals.

NewZealand Story Game Comparison

NewZealand Story

The Newzealand Story is a platformer by Taito and released in 1988, very much styled similar to games like the Bubble Bobble series from the same developer.

The game was inspired by one of Taito’s programmers who took a trip to New Zealand

Side Pocket Game Comparison

Side Pocket Game

Side Pocket is a billiards (Pool) game that was originally released in the arcades back in 1986.

The game was then ported to the NES and Game Boy, with the SEGA Megadrive, SNES and Game Gear seeing an enhanced port at a later date.

Mortal Kombat Game Comparison

Mortal Kombat Game Comparison

Mortal Kombat first graced our lives back in 1992. Published by Midway and a huge Arcade hit that dazzled with it’s amazing realistic looking digitised graphics. When it was announced for home consoles by Acclaim Entertainment, this game caused a serious stir for a multitude of reasons.

Joe and Mac Game Comparison

Joe and Mac Game Comparison

Joe and Mac, also known as Caveman Ninja is a Data East platformer from 1991. The game stars green haired Joe and blue haired Mac, they are cavemen who battle through prehistoric themed levels and use weapons like bones, boomerangs, fire, flints, electricity, stone wheel and the good old fashioned club.

Defender Game Comparison

Defender is a scrolling shooter, developed and published by Williams Electronics in 1981. It went on to become one of the highest selling arcade games of it’s generation and was a very important title in the beginnings of scrolling shooters, going on to inspire games such as R-Type, Darius, Project-X and the Thunder Force series.

APB (All Points Bulletin) Game Comparison

APB Game Comparison

Animaniacs video game was first released in 1994 for Sega Genesis/Megadrive and Super Nintendo. The game came out in 1995 for the Nintendo Gameboy which fetured unique soundtrack when plyed through a Super Game Boy.

First Samurai Game Comparison

First Samurai Game Comparison

First Samurai is a 1991 platformer/beat ’em up developed by Vivid Image and published by Image Works for the Amiga, Atari ST, then later to other platforms.

The story of First Samurai revolves around a protagonist who goes on a quest as the first samurai in the history of feudal Japan, competing against rival swordsmen.

The Way of the Exploding Fist Game Comparison

The Way of the Exploding Fist

The Way of the Exploding Fist, one of the most awesome titles in the history of gaming? I think so! It was developed by Beam Software (The team who made the Horace series), it was published under the Melbourne House studio.