This month's episode includes Resident Evil getting exhumed yet again, a documentary for one of the worst accessories of all time, and a fish playing Street Fighter. Oh and a thumping Synthwave soundtrack to boot.
Is this, or is this not, a game with a chibi-caveman and cartoon dinosaurs? If this was an early Walt Disney short everything, even inanimate objects, would have cheery smiley faces and whistle along with Riki as he skips through the forest. that’s how “cutsey” and childlike this game presents itself. I’m here to tell you though; Brother, this ain’t no kids’ game.
Looking for the latest retro gaming news? Then you've come to the right place, as the Retro News Round Up looks at all of the last month's retro gaming occurrences - including the latest games to be ported or re-released, hardware and accessories, homebrew releases for retro systems, fan translations, and much more.
My no death run of Whip Rush on the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive. No cheats, emulators or save states were used. It was recorded using an Elgato capture device on the original Genesis Model 1 Hardware, start to finish, in one go. The signal was upscaled to 1080p for maximum quality. A North American Whip Rush game cartridge was used.