in plenty of zesty titles to leave a refreshing, honey-sweet
aftertaste to the most parched of palettes.
Getting in shape for summer on the DC with the Dance
Dance Revolution mats back in stock along with the Club
and 2nd Mix versions of the funky, booty-jiggling rhythm
Crack Down delivers a solid Metal Gear impersonation
on the Mega Drive and the restocked Treasure classic
Yu Yu Hakusho shows what the console could do when
the boundaries are pushed, shoved and kicked through.
The Neo Geo CD demands attention for its affordability in
games such as Big Tournament Golf costing a fraction of its
AES brother and exclusive titles such the King Arthur inspired Crossed
Swords II. Ninja Commando captures the coin grabbing feel of
the Jamma coin-ops era perfectly.
Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan 2 is up for pre-order on the Nintendo
DS and Genki can't wait to sample more of this exquisitely crafted
joy of a series.
Remote Control Dandy exposes the underground credentials
of the import PSX scene with Miyamoto-esque innocence in
the boy and robot scenario with the equally charming sequel back
in stock on the PS2.
Thunder Cross blazes a blast across the PS2's bows
as another fine release in the Game Centre series, this time in
the Shoot 'Em Up genre. There are also an array of fine SNK fighters
on pre-order to complement the uber smooth Street Fighter III
3rd Strike with Garou Mark of Wolves, King of Fighters, Last
Blade, Art of Fighting and more representing stupendous value.
Ninja Gaiden Sigma on the PS3 pre-order looks like
delivering a timely, classy, triple-A title to the sleek beast with
Tecmo's signature eye for action as sharp as the hero's shurikens.
Blackthorne shows the dark side of the Super Famicom
with two more accessible Gundam titles, the eternally maniac
Smash TV and the genre defying Fire Fighting bringing
Burning Rangers to the console.
The Wii gets ready for legions of undead in the special version
of Biohazard 4 with the remote really coming into its own.
Donkey Kong Taru Jet Race would be better recommended though
for the witching hour.
Plenty of restocks on the Saturn with Pretty Fighter X
and Choaniki and the PC Engine in City Hunter
and Samurai Ghost.
Happy Genki Gaming!