After spending some time with After Burner and Ghost House on the Sega Master System I finally found a title to sink my teeth into. Ys: The Vanished Omens is the first game in Nihon Falcom’s long-running action-RPG series. Released for the system in 1988, I really enjoyed it and intend to publish a walkthrough and a review in due time.
Among the Sega Master System’s library of a few hundred, Ghost House is one of the few games released on a Sega Card. Having little experience with Sega Cards or NEC’s TurboGrafx-16 (another platform that used a similar format), I found it quite novel. That being said, my primary interest lied not with the game’s format but the game itself. I thought it was a visually impressive, zippy action-platformer. At the same time, there was a lot going on that resulted in annoying damage to my character. It was a difficult game so after an hour or so of moderate success, my patience gave and I felt satisfied with what I’d accomplished. Continue reading Ghost House [Sega Master System] – Review