It’s the final episode of the InRetroSpect Review Show and Xero talks about why he put together the show and what he feels the show has tried to achieve, looking back on two years of retro games criticism.
Michel Ancel’s directorial debut is explored in this super special edition of the InRetroSpect Review Show. Xero explains his feelings towards the early 32 bit era platformer, bringing the decisive verdict on this fondly remembered title from Ubisoft.
Xero gets in a copy of this SEGA platformer for a few ‘Knights’ (see what we did there?) to see if it’s still a classic title, or should gamers take it out back and put a ‘Sword’ to it…? (we’re sorry)[audio src="http://www.inretrospectpodcast.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/InRetroSpect-Reviews-Episode-024-Clockwork-Knights.mp3" ]
Straight from the arcades of old comes Virtua Cop, an early light gun shooter. But is it worth a shot, or is it a misfire all over? Xero gives the definitive verdict on this SEGA classic.
It’s time for Sonic The Hedgehog to take a back seat for a moment as the chief mascot of SEGA, as the InRetroSpect Review Show dusts off Ristar from the collection to see whether you should be adding it to your games collection. Is this relatively forgotten SEGA platformer a shining star when reviewed 15 years later, or does it burn up on re-entry? Xero investigates.