I am back again and this time I am playing a licensed movie game! I know I know, they can be pretty awful.
Finally finished another Retrogears video and guess what! It’s about another Pac-Man clone. I know, I know, I should really make some videos about something that isn’t Pac-Man… and I will… I promise! I just had to do one more, because this is another game I owned as a kid and I just felt a need to revisit this game to find out why I played it so much back in the days.
This week I am reviewing a game that really should have been reviewed a LONG time ago! This game is He Man and the Masters Of The Universe : The Power of Grayskull for the Nintendo GBA.
WOW guys! Just wow! I am super excited about this review! Yes the game is unfinished yes it has bugs but man! RESIDENT EVIL 1.5 the unfinished RE2! This game has never had an official release but thanks to the internet it is available to play! Check out the review to see what I am all excited about!
Welcome to Generation 16, the series that showcases the games of Sega’s Mega Drive! In this episode we take a look at five third party games – none from Sega – that hit near the end of 1990. We also investigate the launch of the Game Gear, Sega’s entry into the hotly contested portable market of the early 90s.
Ho ho ho! Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to you! As you have seen on the video (or if you haven’t quit reading and watch it now) there was no actual review of the game. So I thought I’d take a moment to write a few serious thoughts on the game. The game is exactly what it looks like, which is Metal Gear Solid with a Christmas theme. Only you play as Santa Claus instead of Snake. It doesn’t get much more complicated than that.
Here’s another episode of The Gaming Book Club, this time looking at The Encyclopedia of Game Machines by Winnie Forster. Is it the definitive guide to gaming hardware – or a well meaning but ultimately pointless tome of information?