What better place for a stage to honor Simon Belmont and his descendant Richter Belmont? Almost every Castlevania game takes you to the top of Dracula’s castle so you can fight the vampire lord himself. I do wish the stage had more lights. It’s often way too dark. The stage is rather basic, but aContinue reading “Things I Like: Dracula’s Castle Stage (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)”
I was fairly certain I missed this one the first time I went to the Carolina Arcade Museum. It’s a game by Konami in 1982, which makes it one of their earliest game but certainly not the first. While kind of advanced for the early 1980’s, it’s a pretty simple combat ship game. I gotContinue reading “Time Pilot (Carolina Arcade Museum)”
Last time I didn’t get to play this one at the Carolina Arcade Museum due to time and fatigue. I had played it in the past, which was years and years ago so it wasn’t a huge deal. I do find it funny that they used a model to be April O’Neil on the cover.Continue reading “Konami’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Carolina Arcade Museum)”
One of the few games I missed during my first trip to the Carolina Arcade Museum in Forest City, NC. The game plays and looks like the NES version which became well-known. But since I played a good bit of Contra in the past, I didn’t spend forever with arcade version.
Turtles in Time is considered by many to be the best Ninja Turtles game. I was glad to play it while at the Carolina Arcade Museum in Forest City, NC. Though it’s not much different from the earlier Konami TMNT games. But it sure is loads of fun. But I sure was tired by theContinue reading “TMNT: Turtles in Time (Carolina Arcade Museum)”