DBPG: Shadowrun Review (SNES & Sega Genesis versions)

SNES version review

Genesis version review

In today’s video we take a look at the 16-bit cyberpunk classics, Shadowrun.  Two different games came out on the SNES and Sega Genesis, giving completely stories and gameplay experiences.  In these videos we talk about each one and what makes them great. Highlights include Bri gushing over Jake Armitage while Jim goes on a trip down memory lane about the Genesis version. As always, we give some beer recommendations as well.

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Drink a Beer and Play a Game is the brainchild of Brian Quinn and Jim Napoleon. We feel videogames and beer are a perfect marriage, and we love finding ways to bring them together. On our Youtube page we do videogame reviews (with beer pairings), top 10 lists, podcasts, drinking games, drunk longplays, drunk of the month, and other topics. Our website has all of this and also reviews of 100+ beers, blog postings, and all kinds of beer and game related content.

2 Comments

  1. These two games are the beauty of the Shadowrun series, you weren’t stuck playing as one person. It was an ever evolving game on the table top and having two totally different characters and gameplay styles between the two systems.

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