Remember DSiWare? It's going to be a lot easier to forget these games ever existed soon.
Sega's influential arcade original from 1987 has a new life in the present, thanks to the Ages series of updated re-releases.
A true classic shoot-em-up received a long overdue modern release, that gets by mostly on the substantial power of what was always there.
We're once again getting a re-release of the Sega Genesis Sonic the Hedgehog games, but what about Sonic's post-Genesis 2D adventures?
Two Neo Geo Pocket Color games become one Switch title in this must-play card battler.
Another branching off point for the Dragon Slayer series also happened to be the studio's first turn-based JRPG.
The technology of the day made Metal Slader Glory something of a failure, with repercussions that led to the HAL we know today. But "commercial failure…
Nihon Falcom developed a from-the-ground-up Ys for the Super Famicom, and it is basically the definition of a bridge game.
HAL showed off what the new Super Nintendo could do with this Mode 7-heavy rail shooter.
Another Sega-exclusive action-adventure game from the developer behind Crusader of Centy.
Sly's first outing still holds up in a number of enjoyable ways.
An early Nintendo arcade game that was nearly and completely lost to history, but is now widely available to anyone with a Switch.