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Released in 1991 on SEGA Mega Crive, Spider-Man vs The Kingpin was a very good licensed game in a sea of terrible licensed games.
From ingenuity to monstrosity.
Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins is a stand-out title – not just for the Mario franchise, but for the Game Boy as a whole.
Perhaps Nintendo's biggest failure is the Virtual Boy, released in 1995. But it's also one of the company's most interesting pieces of hardware. Let's look at its history, shall we?
DRM - or Digital Rights Management - is an important part of protecting digital goods. But what exactly is it, and why is it so important?
These are all as good - or even better - than the originals.
Released back in 1990 on Nintendo Game Boy, Konami's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fall Of The Foot Clan was a mixed bag.
Back in 2000, Capcom released Resident Evil: Survivor, a first person light-gun game for PlayStation One.
Forget your PlayStations and your Xboxes - not every video game console made has been such a success.
Released in 1994 on SEGA's 32X, Knuckles' Chaotix hasn't been seen since - but there's a reason this Sonic game is best lost to time.
Monkey see, monkey Ninten-do.