All posts by Kurt Kalata

Space Mouse

Space Mouse is the second of Mindware’s conversions of early 80s Japanese PC titles, originally published as a type-in program

Soldier Force

  In 2003, Hudson released a 2.5D remake of it for the PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable and GameCube (the series

Slap Happy Rhythm Busters

What a ridiculous name. The easiest way to describe Slap Happy Rhythm Busters (or Srap Happy Rhythm Busters, based off

Ripley’s Believe It or Not! The Riddle of Master Lu

Believe it or not, Robert Ripley’s columns about strange and bizarre historical facts (or fictions) were, at one point, read

Pogo Bunny

PC gamers are likely familiar with the term “euro jank”. It’s a designation given to assorted games from the old

Perfect Weapon

  In this wretch PS1 title from Gray Matter Interactive, you are Captain Blake Hunter, apparently the eponymous Perfect Weapon,

Radiant Silvergun

This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series Radiant Silvergun / Ikaruga

Treasure, developer of such standout hits as Gunstar Heroes, gained quite a bit of popularity with fans due to their

Timequest

Timequest, Legend Entertainment’s second release, is very reminiscent of Sierra’s text adventure Time Zone. Spanning six disks and retailing at nearly

Touché: The Adventures of the Fifth Musketeer

  Oh, the glories of the public domain. For decades, movies and games alike have adapted works of classic literature

Silhouette Mirage

When it comes to genre pieces, Treasure almost always seems to take the fundamentals and inject some sort of crazy

Power Blade / Power Blazer

This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series Power Blade

There are well over a thousand video games released on the Famicom, and only a fraction of them were ever