All posts by Neil Foster

Jetsons, The: Invasion of the Planet Pirates / Youkai Buster

The major problem many licensed property-based video games have is applicability. In many cases, it’s akin to forcing a square

Jelly Boy 2

This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Jerry Boy

In 1994 Game Freak decided to expand upon its earlier slime platformer, taking the same mechanics with an entirely new

Smart Ball

This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series Jerry Boy

Game Freak’s ambitious initial title was followed up by a much more standard platformer. Funny enough, it was also one

Flintstones, The: Bedrock Bowling

The original PlayStation was aging fast as the new millennium passed. The system was slowly doomed to become a dumping

Muscle March

In Muscle March you chase after a thief that’s stolen from you. Simple enough, right? Well, the thief in question is able

Nontan to Issho: Kuru Kuru Puzzle

This is another puzzle-drop game along with another Japanese license heralded by Game Freak . Nontan is a mischievous kitten


It took less than a year after his debut as a helpful steed in Super Mario World for Yoshi and his colorful

Nester’s Funky Bowling

It’s hard to measure the scope of influence the long-running magazine Nintendo Power had on the US video game market. Though it

Mario & Wario

The mouse controller for the Super Nintendo is seen as synonymous with Mario Paint. This is pretty much a given as

Balloon Fight

This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series Balloon Fight

NEED: GAME AND WATCH IMAGE Nintendo is well-regarded as an innovator within the industry. Almost every franchise they made has

Time Gal

ADD MEGA CD PIC It’s easy to imagine how powerful an impression laserdisc games left on arcade visitors in 1983.

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