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It's here! The third Streets of Rage game hits the Megadrive, bringing a gang of larger sprites and even more action with it. Both Axel and Blaze have returned, as word reaches them that Mr X is up to his old tricks again - but this time they are ... Read More
22 Jun, 2015 - Sega's Mega Drive console may be old enough to drink, drive and join the army, but that doesn't mean that it's totally been forgotten. Serega is an online store which sells reproduction ... Read More
19 Dec, 2014 - Future Publishing has confirmed that the CVG brand is to be killed off, marking the end of more than three decades of video game coverage. Computer & Video Games - CVG for short - began ... Read More
When you think of Dungeons & Dragons a vision of spotty teenagers and six-sided dice probably springs into your mind, only to be quickly forced back out again in disgust. However, Capcom's two D&D-based coin-ops from the 1990s are worthy ... View media item