In my last post, I gave some examples of Turbografx-16 box art pulled from my personal collection that I felt … Continue reading Turbografx-16 Box Artwork Part 3 – Box Art That Worked
Video game art. Some game companies get it right. Some game companies do not. Atari got it right. They knew … Continue reading Turbografx-16 Box Artwork Part 2 – Box Art That Didn’t Work
When the Nintendo Entertainment System was released in 1985, it introduced an aesthetically pleasing and informative color coding system to … Continue reading Turbografx-16 Box Artwork Part 1 – They Did the Game Series Thing Too?
It’s the end of January which means another conclusion to my console of the month series. The TurboGrafx-16 offered a lot … Continue reading TurboGrafx-16 Final Thoughts + New Additions
The last two games in my collection that I will be covering this month are two titles that offer similar gameplay … Continue reading Bloody Wolf & Dungeon Explorer – Similar But Different
I already covered three of the most commonly owned and played TurboGrafx-16 sports titles, the TV Sports series (Basketball, Football, Hockey) … Continue reading TurboGrafx-16 Sports Round-Up
Shoot ’em up or Shmups (first and last time I will use that phrase) are a genre that I never … Continue reading Game of the Week (1/22/17) – Blazing Lazers