My Life with SEGA cranks up the Aerosmith and plays SEGA Saturn’s Revolution X

Time to get back in the saddle, rockers, because the New Order Nation has declared war on everything we hold dear: rock music, movies, video games, sex and red meat….

Good lord, it sounds the “Moral America” in Escape from L.A.

Anyway, the oppressive New Order Nation, led by Head Mistress Helga, has abducted Aerosmith (no shit, folks). Now it is up to A.J. Rosa and Erica Winter to save 90’s pop culture. 1996 is gonna’ EXPLODE!

All kidding aside, this gimmicky arcade rail shooter was first released in 1994 and ported to several gaming consoles of the day, including the SEGA Genesis, SNES and PlayStation. While it claims it was a “#1 arcade smash hit”, Revolution X received a lukewarm to negative reception upon its release.

But how can this be?! It has AEROSMITH! There’s guns! There’s hot chicks in bikinis! There’s blood! How can this game suck?!

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One response to “My Life with SEGA cranks up the Aerosmith and plays SEGA Saturn’s Revolution X

  1. RegalSin__ says:

    Generation X have it for the SNES. Great game no matter what system really. Too bad it does not use Guncon on the Genesis and SNES.

    It is so sad to even play this game; and even depressing.

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