1995 saw release of the ill-fated (but fantastic) Sega Saturn. I am still a big fan of the 32-bit console.
Gaming is a great pass time. I take a look at the top 50 titles that have shaped my gaming history.
Playing your old games on your new console is a great thing. I take a look at which consoles offer backward compatibility.
Where were you on 9/9/1999?
In a lot of respects, the Dreamcast was ahead of its time. It was released in 1998 in Japan and 1999 in the rest of the world – a year before PlayStation 2 – and was the first 128-bit console gaming system ever. Sega, a Japanese company started by American expatriate David Rosen in the 1950s, seemed […]