Seme Com Dungeon Drururuaga

Namco's Druaga is one of those series a lot of players will recognise the name of without having necessarily played any of them, and those that do dare to get a little closer tend to not stick around for long: The earlier games are notoriously vague and unfriendly in that particularly eighties sort of way, … Continue reading Seme Com Dungeon Drururuaga

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Tenjin Kaisen

I first heard about this (under its international name, Mercenary Force) when I was just a wee little Kimi-mite in one of those old review/cheat compilation books you used to get - you know the sort, surely - it would have been printed on a hundred pages of paper so cheap you'd have been disappointed … Continue reading Tenjin Kaisen

Shuyaku Sentai Irem Fighter

You could be forgiven for thinking that the company crossover game is a rite of passage for any esteemed software house, history's littered with them: Konami's Parodius, Sega's Fighters Megamix, Nintendo's evergreen Smash Bros. series, the self explanatory Namco Super Wars, Capcom vs SNK, SNK vs Capcom, and every other imaginable permutation of the above. … Continue reading Shuyaku Sentai Irem Fighter