A Sega game on a Nintendo system isn’t any surprise these days, but in 1999, it certainly still was. Which makes Columns GB: Osamu Tezuka Characters a curious release! Let’s take a look.Read more
Fans of the peculiar probably know all about Cubivore. The quirky game from developer Saru Brunei was one of the weirdest releases on the GameCube and, for some, as fun as it was rare. But Saru Brunei made one more game in its short life as a developer: Jungle Park: Saturn Island for the Sega Saturn!Read more
As we live through the nostalgia of celebrating the 20th anniversaries of the system’s best releases, it’s a great time to revisit the Game Boy Color and play some old and new favorites! (As well as some original Game Boy releases celebrating their 30th!) We’ve spent… well, a lot of time with the library over here, and we’ve compiled a list of the games you simply shouldn’t miss on the platform. Read on, will you?Read more
The Game Boy Color is a great little system with a ton of choice imports! Its focus on gameplay ages well, and its simplicity means a lot of the best games don’t have too much of a language barrier. There are also many fan translations! We’ve examined the system’s entire library, and here are the best games to try for the budding importer.Read more
With the PlayStation Vita’s official support coming to an end, it’s a great time to look back at the cult-favorite handheld and check out its import-only options! Of which it has many. Whether the 3DS just isn’t your thing or you’re looking for even more, the system has some great options. It’s… also a bit of a importer-hostile minefield, so tread carefully.Read more
With two high-profile releases in recent months, Tetris is back in the public consciousness in a very real way. But there have been a ton of Tetris games over the years, and you don’t need to play them all to have a thorough understanding of the franchise.
You do need to play these ones, though. And we’ll tell you why!Read more
Sometimes all it takes to make a great game is a compelling base premise and a charming aesthetic. Sure, that part’s hard, but most releases try to justify themselves by throwing in lots of features and modes, but if your one feature and one mode just happens to be really very good, maybe that’s all you need. Madoris R is one of those games.Read more