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Goodwill Hunting Episode 5: Rare Pokemon

Today's Goodwill Hunting involves a 64-bit system, a photography simulator, and a couple Rare games that aren't too hard to find. A Nintendo 64 system, , and have all been spotted and purchas...   more

Goodwill Hunting Episode 5: Rare Pokemon


Making Bayonetta B(ayon)etter

Released last month, , appears to have been a big success for Sega and Platinum Games. This is really good news, especially, for a new IP and it's very likely that a sequel will be developed. ,...   more

Making Bayonetta B(ayon)etter


Destructoid Community, Make This Podcast's Name Good!

So, Destructoid, I need your thoughts and suggestions. A Sega-themed podcast is coming in March and a name is being chosen. The name being contemplated right now is: SEGAddicts What do you t...   more

Destructoid Community, Make This Podcast's Name Good!


Massive Alien vs. Predator Developer Q&A

Sega of America has posted a big Q&A with Rebellion on their blog. All of the questions came from the community and it makes for a good read if you have any interest in the game. I'll paste the...   more

Massive Alien vs. Predator Developer Q&A


First Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Badnik Revealed

The official site has revealed the first enemy that will be in the game. I guess, they're called "Badniks", which, I never knew. Have all the Sonic games called the enemies Badniks? Anyway, the...   more

First Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Badnik Revealed


Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing: Demo Impressions 4 Life

I download the demo today. It was over 1 GB and took forever. I did stuff as I waited. Then it was complete. 7:30 PM, my brother came over. The demo was started. AND WAS ENJOYED BY ALL! No...   more

Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing: Demo Impressions 4 Life


Sonic the Hedgehog 4: 1996? SNES? Gameplay Video?

Well guess what? We've been fooled. Sega's already gone and created and it was for the Super Nintendo! I thought Sega didn't make games for other systems until after the Dreamcast! Everything ...   more

Sonic the Hedgehog 4: 1996? SNES? Gameplay Video?


The Introductory Post: One Year Late

So, I've never actually wrote an introductory post. After joining Destructoid last March I didn't even think about doing an introductory post and since then I've just been putting it off feeling ...   more

The Introductory Post: One Year Late


Goodwill Hunting Episode 4: Dreamcastin'

Welcome to Goodwill Hunting Episode 4! Today, we be doing it Dreamcast style. 3 Games: Crazy Taxi, Slave Zero, and Zombie Revenge have all been spotted and purchased at my local Goodwill. Al...   more

Goodwill Hunting Episode 4: Dreamcastin'


Indigo Prophecy: Second playthrough and Heavy Rain

Man, I'm on a blogging kick tonight. So, I've recently replayed in preparation for next month. In my memory it was this amazing cinematic game unlike anything released at the time or since....   more

Indigo Prophecy: Second playthrough and Heavy Rain


DreamCast: The Sega Fan's Podcast Idea

I've been throwing this idea around in my head for awhile and finally decided to post something about it and see if there's any interest or not. A weekly or bi-weekly podcast about all thing...   more

DreamCast: The Sega Fan's Podcast Idea


Goodwill Hunting Episode 3: Contest Edition!

Welcome to Goodwill Hunting: NES Contest Edition! Sorry for not updating recently. Me be busy recently. A recent trip to my local Goodwill has resulted in three NES games being added to my col...   more

Goodwill Hunting Episode 3: Contest Edition!


Goodwill Hunting Episode 2: Wings of Wor and More!

This week I went to Goodwill. Games were purchased. Three of them. For $1.38 each and all of them were complete in box. I'm not completely sure why this Goodwill charges $3.38 for a lone c...   more

Goodwill Hunting Episode 2: Wings of Wor and More!


Nothing is Sacred: Point and Click

Video games are a medium based around control. Take away a player's ability to control something and it is no longer a game and there is no longer a player. Just a viewer. When you take into con...   more

Nothing is Sacred: Point and Click


Zeno Clash for PC Review

The video game market today is flooded with first person shooters that all blend together into one indiscernible mass of browns, grays, world wars, and space marines. Iíve always had a love for...   more

Zeno Clash for PC Review


Obscure Games: Illbleed for Sega Dreamcast

The first time I heard about was in one of the last issues of the . The story really interested me because of my interest in survival horror at the time and the game looked to be different tha...   more

Obscure Games: Illbleed for Sega Dreamcast


Space Invaders Ice Cubes!? Nice.

A few weeks ago my fiancť and I were browsing the Chicago Museum of Contemporary Artís gift shop because itís awesome and I noticed something quite splendid. It was an ice cube tray that makes ...   more

Space Invaders Ice Cubes!? Nice.


Champion Ice Hockey for Sega SC-3000 Review

So far Iíve reviewed three Champion sports games for the Sega SC-3000 and theyíve come to the grand total of 2 points total with 30 points being possible. Thatís an average of .667 out of 10 per ...   more

Champion Ice Hockey for Sega SC-3000 Review


Champion Golf for Sega SC-3000 Review!

Okay, I really hope at least one of these games is decent. Iíll tell you right now that isnít, but I have four left to go so thereís still hope. It seems the developers tried to find the lazies...   more

Champion Golf for Sega SC-3000 Review!


Videogames and Me: The Histories - Part 1

I always find it interesting to hear peoples' stories of how they got into video games and different experiences with them growing up. So, I thought I'd take the time to share my tale of growing ...   more

Videogames and Me: The Histories - Part 1


Champion Boxing for Sega SC-3000 Review

Ah, . It just sounds good, doesnít it? Itís such a genius move to take the name of a sport and add the word in front of it. I mean, if you were at a store and had to choose between a game named ...   more

Champion Boxing for Sega SC-3000 Review


Champion Baseball for Sega SC-3000 Review

I'm not a huge fan of sports based video games, but I do enjoy a quick fun game from time to time. Really I just believe that each console is fine with just one game for each sport and I can't un...   more

Champion Baseball for Sega SC-3000 Review


The Castle for Sega SC-3000 Review!

Ah, , what a nice minimalist name. It tells you all you need to know and nothing else. The game takes place in a castle. A very large 100 room castle, of which, most people will only see about 10...   more

The Castle for Sega SC-3000 Review!


Super Mario Ball Animation

As I work on the next review, which, will be for for Sega SC-3000 I felt it would be a good idea to post a little something nice to entertain the readers. , I asked myself several times. An...   more

Super Mario Ball Animation


The First Post & Sega SC-3000's

Welcome to Alex's Sega-Fried Reviews & Fun Times Blog: The Blog! What does this blog entail, you ask? Why it contains awesome retro reviews from Sega consoles and anything else I decide to th...   more

The First Post & Sega SC-3000's


Bank Panic for Sega SC-3000 Review

In 1985, the game company Sanritsu, who would later go on to port many more arcade titles to the Sega Master System, developed the Sega SC-3000 version of the arcade title Bank Panic. The game is...   more

Bank Panic for Sega SC-3000 Review





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