I remember years and years ago, some time around 94-95, visiting my mother when I was 8-9 years old and she having something called The Sega Channel. Seems like an original version of Game Fly, where for a monthly price through the cable company, you were given a selection of video games (PPV style) that you can play in full mode every month. I remember playing some kind of zombie hockey game that I absolutely loved but can't recall the name of it. I remember it having a character by the name of AC Slayer.
I also remember playing the precursor to the NBA Live series (if I'm not mistaken), NBA showdown. Sega Channel was also my first taste of playing soccer on a gaming console. Brings back great memories.
Just curious if anybody else every had Sega Channel and if anybody can recall the name of that zombie hockey game I'm talking about.
Don't know about this Sega Channel thing but the Zombie hockey game your talking about sounds like Mutant League Hockey. Awesome game and absolutely fun to go back and play it. There was also Mutant League Football which is just as great. They were also in the works of making Mutant League Basketball but that one never went through which is a shame.
Appreciate that, I remember the Mutant League Football as well but not through Sega Channel, as 1 of my friends had it. But, Mutant League Hockey, yeah thats the name, was 1 of my most favorite SEGA games back then, aside from the Road Rash series and Sonic (which I never beat).
I might have but it's been so long that I honestly don't remember. I know it took me forever to beat the Mario World that was on Super Nintendo but that was because I was terrified of those ghosts.
I honestly don't know if I beat Sonic or not, as it was over 15 years ago and I only remember bits & pieces. Also back then, me and my brother and his friends would take turns, once you lose a man, you give up the sticks. So basically, any game like that, I never beat on my own because I often played with everybody in the projects, as my family was the only 1 with video games.