The Tetris license has had more than its fair share of issues, with various companies claiming rights over lots of different platforms. In the middle of this struggle Sega decided to release a version on the Megadrive, despite only having a very flimsy claim on an already chaotic console release agreement.
Right as it was about to release, Nintendo managed to press their claim and Sega were forced to recall and destroy most of the copies. A few hundred got out into the wild, making this truly one of the Rarest games on the Megadrive.
We take a look at Darxide, a 32X game for the Megadrive / Genesis which is considered to be one of, if not the, rarest game available.
We take a look at the Pioneer LaserActive. A LaserDisc player that included the ability to add modules for the Sega Megadrive and NEC PC Engine. We take a look at both modules, a few games and the ultra rare 3D goggles. Continue reading “Pioneer LaserActive giant look”
Another parcel from Japan, this time only including a couple of items, but it still comes in as one of the most expensive boxes yet.
We take a look at Epoch’s third generation, Japan only consoles.
Nuon decided to enter the entertainment industry in a slightly different way to the likes of Nintendo or Sega. Instead of making their own console and licensing third party games they, instead, made a chip and licensed that to electronics companies.
The plan was for the chip to appear in all manner of electronics, including Microwave ovens and DVD Players.
In the end it only showed up in a couple of DVD Players,
Magical Chase is considered the rarest game available on the PC Engine, it often attracts prices of up to $1000 at auction. We take a look at it to see if it’s any good.