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A ridiculously deep doujin shoot-em-up, whose mechanics resemble that of Battle Garegga by the way of Ikaruga and Radiant Silvergun.

Zelda’s Adventure

One of the most annoying misconceptions perpetuated in video games is that Zelda’s Adventure on CDi is better than the

Zombie Nation

What happens when a giant orange disembodied samurai head tears up the United States of America in a quest to


As the Metroidvania genre continues to thrive, developers must progressively put more work into making their game stand out among


Xexyz (pronounced “zeks-iz”) unfortunately bears one of the worst titles in the NES library. Publisher Hudson Soft apparently didn’t know

Mercenary Force

Mercenary Force is a 2D hori shmup for the monochrome Game Boy. It falls under the same broad classification of

Youkai Club

Youkai Club is an action/platformer game developed by TOSE and published by Jaleco in May of 1987. This was just

Yume Nikki

    Yume Nikki (“Dream Diary”) was created entirely by the somewhat anonymous Japanese developer Kikiyama with RPG Maker. While

Yumimi Mix

ADD PASSWORDS TEXT FILE On December 4, 1988, NEC released the PC Engine CD, thus beginning the wave of CD

Wonder Project J

This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Wonder Project J

  The origin of the “raising sim” is difficult to determine, but it’s probably traceable to Little Computer People in


  Stand tall and shake the heavens! Released in 1998, Square’s underrated RPG Xenogears is the product of two mostly

Way, The

The cinematic platformer genre was always somewhat niche given how its unusual tile-based movement, intentionally difficult to control jumping, instant

Wendy: Every Witch Way

There is a gutter licensed video games tend to fall into. Considering all the faults and issues that can haunt

Where’s Waldo

Martin Handford’s Where’s Waldo? series (or Where’s Wally? as it’s known outside of North America) was likely a staple of

Who Framed Roger Rabbit

Who Framed Roger Rabbit was a cultural phenomenon when it hit the silver screen in 1988. Based on the novel