Video Game History: Batman: Return of the Joker

Batman: The Return of the Joker (known as The Revenge of the Joker on the Sega Genesis) was one of the first major video games staring Gotham’s greatest hero in the early 90’s. It came out after many video games based on the 1989 film Batman, but this one was instead based on the originalContinue reading “Video Game History: Batman: Return of the Joker”

Video Game History: Spider-Man 2: The Sinister Six (GBC)

While the original Spider-Man for Game Boy Color was very much like an 2D version of the Spider-Man game for PS1/N64/Dreamcast, the sequels for both games were radically different. While the PS1 sequel starred Electro, the Game Boy Color sequel featured an different plot featuring Spider-Man’s old villainous team The Sinister Six. The plot ofContinue reading “Video Game History: Spider-Man 2: The Sinister Six (GBC)”

Video Game History: Spider-Man (GBC)

In 2000 Activision released the excellent Spider-Man game that was a big hit on the PS1, N64, and Dreamcast. But what was lesser known was the version for Game Boy Color. While some places list it as the same game, it features unique levels and is in 2D. I figure what connects the handheld andContinue reading “Video Game History: Spider-Man (GBC)”

Video Game History: Kid Dracula

Kid Dracula was a Gameboy game released in 1993, however it is a remix/sequel to a eariler Famicom game named Akumaj┼Ź Special: Boku Dracula-kun. It’s also one of the few spin-offs in the Castlevania series. I had a few friends who had their time to play it, but by the time I heard of it,Continue reading “Video Game History: Kid Dracula”

Pac-Man (Game Boy) Review

For many years I’ve been a fan of the Pac-Man series though sometimes I wonder why I bother. I got a 3DS a few months ago and I have been getting old Game Boy games that I missed from ages ago on it’s Virtual Console. I noticed Pac-Man was available, and even though I wasn’tContinue reading “Pac-Man (Game Boy) Review”