Duck Hunt on Old NES (Carolina Arcade Museum)

Many who got the NES Classic mini consoles probably noticed a notable exception to the lineup of classic games on the digital console, and that’s Duck Hunt. They did have an old NES and TV set up at the Carolina Arcade Museum in Forest City, North Carolina. But why the old SDTV? Well, the NESContinue reading “Duck Hunt on Old NES (Carolina Arcade Museum)”

Things I Hate: Yamcha (Dragon Ball FighterZ)

Like he is for most of post-Dragon Ball, Yamcha is more or less dead weight here. Which is a bit of a shame really. His role in the story is minor. He is attacked by some clones and is almost defeated for good. But Goku and the rest save him and he helps in theContinue reading “Things I Hate: Yamcha (Dragon Ball FighterZ)”

Things I Like: Lord Beerus (Dragon Ball FighterZ)

Since Dragon Ball FighterZ takes place during the time-frame of Dragon Ball Super, Lord Beerus is actually a playable character. I always wanted a chance to see what Universe 7’s God of Destruction could do. But you can’t really play him in the story. But he does show up. Mainly to eat Bulma’s food andContinue reading “Things I Like: Lord Beerus (Dragon Ball FighterZ)”

X-Men Arcade (Carolina Arcade Museum)

X-Men was a plainly titled 1992 arcade game from Konami featuring Marvel’s mutant superheroes. I remember seeing it once in a mini-golf place but I can’t recall playing it at all or even once. I was so happy to see it at the Carolina Arcade Museum. The really neat thing about it was that youContinue reading “X-Men Arcade (Carolina Arcade Museum)”

Things I Like: Ken (Super Smash Bros Ultimate)

Ken Masters has been one of the most famous fighters in Capcom’s Street Fighter games and now he arrives in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate as an echo fighter of Ryu. Since Ken is kind of the original “echo fighter” it makes sense. Like Ryu, Ken controls pretty similar to the Street Fighter games. Though theContinue reading “Things I Like: Ken (Super Smash Bros Ultimate)”