Ice Hockey (NES) Review

NES sports games are pretty terrible by today’s standards, but I’ve heard really good things about Ice Hockey. It has basically what every other hockey game had done during the NES and SNES eras. I like how it was released before the fall of Communism, it’s funny to see a Soviet Union team in here.Continue reading “Ice Hockey (NES) Review”

Wolfenstein 3D (SNES version) Review

Before Doom, there was Wolfenstein 3D. It was a “Doom Clone” before there was a Doom to speak of. It’s bascially the same game as Doom, just replace Demons with Nazis. With all the controversy that surrounded Doom back in the day, why did no Congressmen or Senators ever speak of Wolfenstein 3D? Shooting demonsContinue reading “Wolfenstein 3D (SNES version) Review”

Tetris Attack (SNES) Review

I’ve heard of the Puzzle League series for awhile now, but never got a chance to play them. Decided to try the SNES classic which was marketed as Tetris Attack to take success of the Tetris name. The game was originally known as Panel de Pon, but I guess Americans wouldn’t buy this girly stuff.Continue reading “Tetris Attack (SNES) Review”

Halo 3: ODST (Xbox 360) Review

I missed out on ODST even though I’ve long since played Halo 3 and Halo: Reach. After spending a bit of time with it, I’ve quite enjoyed the single player campaign. The story of the game is a side-story set around the time of Halo 3. You never meet up with Master Chief, or theContinue reading “Halo 3: ODST (Xbox 360) Review”

The Simpsons: Bart Vs. The World (NES) Review

I’ve heard bad things over the years about this game, but hey I’m a Simpsons fan, and I’m willing to try a few things out. The game is basically just a slump of mini-games ranging from trivia to actual levels with “real” gameplay. I really liked the trivia section in its blue glory. Memory cardsContinue reading “The Simpsons: Bart Vs. The World (NES) Review”