Preserving History – By Ken Horowitz

Preserving History – By Ken Horowitz

In September 2017, I had the opportunity to do a panel on video game history and preservation at Dragon Con in Atlanta. The convention was divided into several tracks, including one for video games, and I felt that I could offer my experience of writing about Sega...
Sega Forever Review: Ristar

Sega Forever Review: Ristar

Of all Sega’s 16-bit platforming efforts, perhaps the most underrated is Ristar. Released at the tail-end of the Genesis era, the game boasted stellar graphics and level design, as well as an engaging gameplay dynamic in the form of the main character’s stretchable...
Sega Forever Review: Streets of Rage

Sega Forever Review: Streets of Rage

I think I’m in the minority when it comes to my preference of the original Streets of Rage over its more popular sequel. I admit the presentation and gameplay isn’t (naturally) as refined, but the game made a much larger impact on me upon its release, and that has...

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