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Genesis Games – Castlevania: Bloodlines

Castlevania: Bloodlines was the first in the franchise to be released on a Sega console. Let’s see if the game is worthy of the brand.

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Genesis Games – Castlevania: Bloodlines

Castlevania: Bloodlines, at least from what I've observed, is revered among fans of classic Castlevania games. It's not seen in the same light as Rondo of Blood or Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse, but it is a game considered worthy of the brand. So I really made sure...

DS Games – Thor: God of Thunder

The next stop on my Marvel Cinematic Universe Nintendo DS journey is Thor: God of Thunder. When I saw that this was developed by WayForward technologies, I got excited. WayForward is known for the Shantae series; a franchise of really good action platforming games. I...

DS Games – The Incredible Hulk

The Incredible Hulk is the second game in the Marvel Cinematic Universe line that Sega published. I had read that this game received mixed reviews upon release, so I managed my expectations accordingly. I'm no stranger to licensed games, so I was still open to what...

Anbernic RG503 PSP Compatibility Guide

The Anbernic RG503 is the first in a new line of successors to Anbernic's previous RG351 line of retrogaming devices. Boasting a more powerful chip, the RG503 also has a gorgeous 4.95" screen that makes it perfect for playing PlayStation Portable games. PSP games are...

SNES Games – Castlevania: Dracula X

I've always known the negative reception that Castlevania: Dracula X received upon it's release. Even as the years went by, perception never really softened. People still saw this as a watered-down version of Rondo of Blood. Which is precisely why I made sure that I...

DS Games – Iron Man

I didn't realize how many video games were made based on the Marvel Cinematic Universe until I saw Iron Man for the Nintendo DS and all the rest that followed. Except for The Avengers, all five Phase 1 films had video game tie-ins for the Nintendo DS! Playing all...

Game Boy Advance Games – Star Wars Trilogy: Apprentice of the Force

I missed out on Star Wars Trilogy: Apprentice of the Force when it first came out. And ever since I've known of it's existence, I've been curious about it. Since I still have the "Original Trilogy" bug, I decided to give it a try recently.     Let's talk...

Game Boy Color Games – X-Men: Wolverine’s Rage

I don't know why but something about X-Men: Wolverine's Rage made me want to try playing it. Despite the previous two X-Men games on the Game Boy Color being really bad, I still wanted to try this one out. Well, it wasn't a good idea.     Let's talk about...

Playstation Games – Star Wars: Rebel Assault II

I've been looking forward to Star Wars: Rebel Assault II. Despite the poor graphics and non-canon storyline, I enjoyed the first game a lot and wanted to see this franchise to the end. So I finally pulled the trigger and gave this a shot.     Let's talk...

Playstation Games – Spider-Man 2: Enter Electro

I couldn't help but start my playthrough of Spider-Man 2: Enter Electro as soon as I could. Normally, I don't play sequels immediately after so that I won't get fatigued with similar mechanics. But I enjoyed the first Spider-Man game so much, I just couldn't help it....

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DS Games – The Incredible Hulk

DS Games – The Incredible Hulk

The next Nintendo DS game based on a Marvel Cinematic Universe film on my list is The Incredible Hulk. Let’s talk about this game today!

DS Games – Iron Man

DS Games – Iron Man

Iron Man on Nintendo DS is based on the Marvel Cinematic Universe film. Will this game live up to the standards of the source? Let’s find out!

Dreamcast Games – Spider-Man

Dreamcast Games – Spider-Man

They said that the Dreamcast version is the definitive version of Spider-Man (2000). My Spider-Sense tells me they got that one right.

NES Games – Castlevania

NES Games – Castlevania

The iconic Castlevania kickstarted an entire franchise of video games. How well does the original hold up to today’s standards?

PSP Games – Justice League Heroes

PSP Games – Justice League Heroes

Justice League Heroes is DC’s equivalent of Marvel’s Ultimate Alliance games. Will this be as good as the latter? Let’s talk about it!

SNES Games – Super Star Wars

SNES Games – Super Star Wars

I’ve always wanted to play the SNES Super Star Wars trilogy because of how famous it is. Let’s talk about the first game in the series!

Game Boy Advance Games – Ghost Rider

Game Boy Advance Games – Ghost Rider

Will it be possible for a video game to be good if it’s based on a bad movie? Let’s play Ghost Rider for the Game Boy Advance and find out!

Genesis Games – The Punisher

Genesis Games – The Punisher

The Punisher was a popular Marvel character in the 1990s. Will he translate well to video games? I played the Sega Genesis game to find out.

SNES Games – Yu Yu Hakusho

SNES Games – Yu Yu Hakusho

The first Yu Yu Hakusho game for the Super Famicom was so unique, I still remember it fondly today. Let me talk about the reasons why.

Genesis Games – X-Men

Genesis Games – X-Men

X-Men is another video game title that I played in the past. I thought this game was overrated though. Will my opinion of it change now?

3DS Games – Tales of the Abyss

3DS Games – Tales of the Abyss

Here’s a look back at the games I enjoyed playing several years ago. Today let’s talk about Tales of the Abyss for the Nintendo 3DS.

NES Games – New Ghostbusters II

NES Games – New Ghostbusters II

New Ghostbusters II is also developed by HAL Laboratory that was only released in the UK. Let’s see what the rest of the world missed out on.

Genesis Games – Ghostbusters

Genesis Games – Ghostbusters

Let’s take a look at Ghostbusters for the Sega Genesis, the only video game of the franchise that was released on a 16-bit console.

Game Boy Games – Ghostbusters II

Game Boy Games – Ghostbusters II

Let’s take a look at Ghostbusters II for the Game Boy, an early project from HAL Laboratory before they started working on Kirby titles.

Genesis Games – Superman

Genesis Games – Superman

Sunsoft has published several excellent Batman games for different consoles. Will they have the same success with Superman? Let’s find out.

Playstation Games – Parasite Eve

Playstation Games – Parasite Eve

Even though I played a lot of JRPGs on the Playstation, I missed out on Parasite Eve. So I made sure to try this game. Let’s talk about it.

NES Games – Monster in my Pocket

NES Games – Monster in my Pocket

Before Pokemon, there was Monster in my Pocket. Will this then-popular toy franchise translate to video games? Let’s find out today!

Game Boy Color Games – Blade

Game Boy Color Games – Blade

Is Blade on the Game Boy Color worth sinking your teeth into? Let me talk about my experience with this multi-genre title.

DS Games – Nanashi No Game

DS Games – Nanashi No Game

Nanashi No Game is one of the most unsettling games that I’ve ever played. It’s been years since I last played but I still remember it well.

SNES Games – Clock Tower

SNES Games – Clock Tower

Clock Tower for the Super Famicom was a Japan-only release. Let’s talk about what kind of 16-bit horrors the rest of the world missed out on.

3DS Games – Resident Evil Revelations

3DS Games – Resident Evil Revelations

Here’s a look back at the games I enjoyed playing several years ago. Today let’s talk about Resident Evil: Revelations for the Nintendo 3DS.

Master System Games – Vampire: Master of Darkness

Master System Games – Vampire: Master of Darkness

I was glad that I came across Vampire: Master of Darkness. I wanted to avoid any of the mainline Castlevania games to save them for later. When I queued this up, I was surprised at how the game closely resembled the original Castlevania on the NES. Aside from having...

Genesis Games – Splatterhouse 2

Genesis Games – Splatterhouse 2

October is always a good excuse to talk about horror games. Today, we’ll look at a Sega Genesis classic: Splatterhouse 2.

SNES Games – Slam Dunk SD Heat Up!!

SNES Games – Slam Dunk SD Heat Up!!

Slam Dunk was a popular anime series back then. Let’s talk about a video game that’s based on this famous franchise: Slam Dunk: SD Heat Up!!

NES Games – Batman: The Video Game

NES Games – Batman: The Video Game

Today, I’ll talk about Batman: The Video Game on the Nintendo Entertainment System. How well does it hold up? Read on to find out more.

Game Boy Advance Games – Spider-Man

Game Boy Advance Games – Spider-Man

All three Spider-Man movies had video game tie-ins released for the Game Boy Advance. Let’s talk about the first one and see if it’s good.

Game Boy Advance Games – Catwoman

Game Boy Advance Games – Catwoman

The Catwoman film was a failure critically and commercially. Will video game adaptations be better? Let’s play the GBA version and find out.

Game Boy Advance Games – Daredevil

Game Boy Advance Games – Daredevil

Will the Daredevil video game for the Game Boy Advance be better than it’s movie counterpart? Let’s talk about it today to find out!

Game Boy Games – The Flash

Game Boy Games – The Flash

Superhero games are often based on Batman, Spider-Man, or X-Men characters. So when I saw that this starred the Flash, I had to try it.

Genesis Games – X-Men 2: Clone Wars

Genesis Games – X-Men 2: Clone Wars

X-Men 2: Clone Wars is lauded by many as one of the best titles to be released for the Sega Genesis. How good is this game? Let’s find out!

Game Boy Games – Amazing Spider-Man

Game Boy Games – Amazing Spider-Man

The Amazing Spider-Man is the first Spider-Man video game for the Nintendo Game Boy. How well does it hold up today? Let’s find out.

SNES Games – Batman Returns

SNES Games – Batman Returns

Batman Returns is Konami’s first attempt at a 16-bit Batman video game. Will this be as good as their other classics? Let’s talk about it!

SNES Games – The Incredible Hulk

SNES Games – The Incredible Hulk

The Incredible Hulk is another Marvel Comics hero that’s a great fit for video games. Let’s see if the SNES version is worth playing today.

NES Games – Silver Surfer

NES Games – Silver Surfer

Silver Surfer became notorious after being featured by the Angry Video Game Nerd as a terrible game. Is it really as bad as he says?

Game Boy Color Games – Spider-Man

Game Boy Color Games – Spider-Man

The Game Boy Color version of Spider-Man was unfortunately overshadowed by the Playstation version. Was this game worth our attention?

NES Games – Batman Returns

NES Games – Batman Returns

Batman Returns is another video game tie in based on a popular superhero movie. Will it be as good as it’s predecessor? Let’s talk about it.

NES Games – Wolverine

NES Games – Wolverine

Wolverine is usually a playable character in X-Men games. How will he do in his own video game? Let’s play Wolverine on NES to find out!

NES Games – The Punisher

NES Games – The Punisher

The Punisher is another licensed game from LJN for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Will this be another bad LJN game? Let’s find out!

Genesis Games – Batman: The Video Game

Genesis Games – Batman: The Video Game

This is the 16-bit version of Sunsoft’s Batman: The Video Game titles. How well does this capture the feel of the 1989 classic film? Let’s find out.

Game Boy Color Games – Catwoman

Game Boy Color Games – Catwoman

Will a video game based on a supporting character work? I played Catwoman for the Nintendo Game Boy Color to find out. Let’s talk about it!

Revisiting the Hori Split Pad Pro

Revisiting the Hori Split Pad Pro

While remaining quite popular, is the Hori Split Pad Pro still the best Nintendo Switch JoyCon alternative? Here’s what I think.

My Super Smash Bros Ultimate DLC Fighter Wishlist

My Super Smash Bros Ultimate DLC Fighter Wishlist

Sephiroth’s release last month marks a great time for speculation on who the remaining Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC fighters will be. Here are five characters who I’d love to be part of the game.