Thought RC PRO AM was cool on the NES? Ever think it could get better? Add Rock n Roll, nice graphics, and a snarky announcer, and you get Rock n Roll Racing – one of the greatest mostly unheralded games to come out for the SNES and Genesis/Mega Drive.
On this episode we touch on our Master System marathon, more talk about what defines retro, retro PC gaming and the story about Mitch punching Mike in the spine.
Part 3 of our Sega Master System A-Z Marathon
We are continuing our Sega Master System marathon with Arial Assault. I won’t lie, first time playing I was quite frustrated but after advancing that game became really addictive. Also, I think it’s one of the better looking 2d side scrolling shooters of the past.
This week we kick off our Master System gaming marathon. We also kick off our retro gaming giveaway. Retweet this website and win an NES copy of Castlevania.
Part 1 of the Retrogamefix.com A-Z Sega Master System Review.
Will fix volume levels next video 🙂
For the next 125 weeks Mitch and myself will be trying to purchase, play and provide a video review of every US release sega master system game. We are starting with ‘A’ and will post at least one a week as we move through the list. Mitch already purchased and recorded Action Fighter which will be posted tomorrow. I will be moving on to Aerial Assault that will post by Saturday at the latest.
This was my all time favorite game as a kid, I literally think I spent 90% if not 100 of my total life’s allowance on this game. TMNT The Arcade Game for NES was the first game I ever bought with my own money. Leave a comment and fill in the favorites below –
First time playing: 8 years old
Favorite Turtle: Donatello in this game (Raphael otherwise)
Favorite Level: How could it not be the skateboarding level?
Favorite bad guy: General Traag
Favorite Random Moment: Assaulting the girl on the skateboard in level 2
Favorite Cut Scene: The turtle van crashing off the bridge
Here’s the final turnout of the restored Baby Pacman playfield – new mylar overlay, new plastics, refurbed all screws and metal parts, new spinner decals. Essentially brand new.
Correction: Was Phoenixarcade.com that repro’d the plastics, not Arcadeshop
This week we catch up on our latest retro gaming developments, take a segment to focus on the Sega Master System, and then spend the last half of the show discussing retro gaming and how its defined by us and possibly other generations of gamer.