The SGEA Saturn has a varied library of games, and it’s surprisingly great – especially if you’re including the many Japan-only titles (which I am) that are well worth importing. There’s so much choice that a top twenty was the absolute minimum I could refine my favourites down to, and today I’ll be detailing these games and explaining why I’d consider them to be the must-have games for any Saturn owner.
The Sega Saturn is a misunderstood console, and one often overlooked. Whilst SEGA’s system didn’t enjoy commercial success, strong sales are rarely an indicator of quality for either a system or its games. Put simply the SEGA Saturn is one of – if not the most, underrated console there is, and if you’re ready to explore its varied library of classic games then read on.
CRTs, PVMs, RGB SCART adapters and more – How to get the best picture from your retro games (part II)
Last time we began our journey towards the ultimate retro game picture, and this meant talking about cables. If you’ve landed here wondering how to make your old consoles look great then I’d recommend checking this article out first, as today I’ll be building on everything previously covered. That means I’ll be talking PVMs, CRTs, RGB SCART adapters and more.
Everyone’s a beginner at first right? Evidently From Software disagrees, and particularly if you’re not familiar with their previous Dark Souls games then Bloodborne has a bit of a learning curve. If you’ve found yourself stuck only half an hour into the game that’s cool – I did too. Here are the five things I wish I’d known, and these beginner tips should help counterbalance a few of the game’s challenging design choices.
If you’ve ever tried to plug your old Super Nintendo or Mega Drive into a modern, High Definition television, then it’s likely that you were quite horrified with the results. Without the right set up, and the right cables, retro games don’t look good – especially on new TVs. But working out what kit your need, and what will work best for you, can be more that a little confusing. That’s why I’ve put together this guide, which starts with the basics but also covers all the complicated stuff you’ll need to help get the best picture from your retro games.
Unlocking all accessories in Muramasa Rebirth can be one of the game’s more difficult challenges to keep track of. In total there are 55 to collect, and they are found all over the game’s world. If you’re trying to collect them all, or are simply looking for one in particular, then hopefully this list I’ve compiled will help.
Completing everything in Muramasa Rebirth can be a little confusing, but mainly because the order in which the game’s post-completion tasks should be tackled in isn’t always clear. Once you’re done with the main story there’s still a lot to see and do, so here’s a spoiler-free guide for anyone who wants to make sure they get the most out of the game.
Caves of Evil make up a large piece of Muramasa Rebirth’s post-completion content. Fighting your way through these ‘challenge rooms’ is certainly fun, but working out the order to face them in isn’t. That’s where this list comes in, and I’ve arranged the caves by recommended level and marked out their locations, so you’ll know where to find them, and how to face them in order of difficulty. I’ve also noted which of the later Caves unlock new swords to help you unlock all 108, as well as the final ending.
Most of Bravely Default is pretty straightforward, but one side-quest in particular had me a little stuck. It’s not necessarily something you won’t be able to work out on your own, but before you’ve unlocked the Vampire Asterisk you may find yourself a little confused. So here I present a guide (with only very very minor spoilers) that I hope will come in handy if you aren’t quite sure exactly what you need to do and when.