Crashing and Burning at 16-Bit Games

There’s one thing about the 16-bit video games era that I totally forgotten until 30 minutes ago, and that is I totally suck at 16-bit games. Be it Mario or Sonic,  I had two left thumbs on the controller.

And the game that reminded me of all that was the compilation that arrived yesterday afternoon, Sonic’s Ultimate Genesis Collection for the PS3. I only had the time to try out the games just now and it turned out to be an embarrassing experience.

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Blame it on rust or anything, but I didn’t manage to finish a level in any of the games that I tried, except for Sonic The Hedgehog.

The list of retro games in this compilation is really comprehensive (click here for a breakdown) and I think I’ll probably take some time to go through all of them. But if you are a retro game nut (honestly, I prefer playing old games on a handheld console), especially one who covets SEGA stuff, this is the compilation for you.

Sonic’s Ultimate Genesis Collection is available at USD 29.90. Click here for details.

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  1. pligg.com September 16, 2009

    Nine Over Ten 9/10 » Crashing and Burning at 16-Bit Games…

    There’s one thing about the 16-bit video games era that I totally forgotten until 30 minutes ago, and that is I totally suck at 16-bit games. Be it Mario or Sonic, I had two left thumbs on the controller. And the game that reminded me of all that wa…