If there was ever a game that showed off the huge difference in graphical power between arcades and home consoles during the golden age of arcades, it would be Sega’s Galaxy Force.
It’s time for a look at another quirky product of the late 90s rhythm game craze!
It’s not often that a spin-off title completely overshadows the series it originally spun off from. Sometimes some spin-offs even reach a point where they become the main series!
During the rhythm gaming boom in the early 2000s, it seemed like every video game company was coming up with their own music related game. Many games would try to brand themselves as “simulations” of real instruments but few actually tried to go beyond instrument-like controls, Sega’s Crackin’ DJ breaks that mold.
During a time when most games involving cars were either a race against time or against other cars, Taito broke the mold and released Chase H.Q., a driving game where you play as a pair of cops who must chase down criminal vehicles and crash into them to prevent them from escaping. Although the series […]