Castlevania: Dracula X was poorly received when it first came out. I decided to try it to see if it was as bad as they said it was.
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!
Star Wars Trilogy: Apprentice of the Force covers all three films of the original trilogy. Let’s see if this is a good Star Wars experience!
Against my better judgment, I played X-Men: Wolverine’s Rage for the Game Boy Color. And boy, was it a waste of time.
Star Wars: Rebel Assault II was generally received negatively by critics when it was released. So why did I enjoy my experience with it?
Spider-Man 2: Enter Electro doesn’t have a lot of improvements. It’s just more of what the first game did right, which makes it awesome.
Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse is considered by many to be the best Castlevania on the NES. Let me tell you why I agree with them.
They said that the Dreamcast version is the definitive version of Spider-Man (2000). My Spider-Sense tells me they got that one right.
I seldom enjoy fighting games, but there’s something about Marvel vs Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes that I couldn’t ignore. Let’s talk about it!
The Amazing Spider-Man vs the Kingpin is an enhanced remake of Spider-Man vs the Kingpin for the Genesis. Let’s take a look at it today!
The iconic Castlevania kickstarted an entire franchise of video games. How well does the original hold up to today’s standards?
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!
I loved Justice League Heroes: The Flash when I originally played it. Does it hold up to today’s standards? Let’s talk about it!
Teen Titans is a video game on the Game Boy Advance that was based on a popular cartoon series. Let’s talk about the game today!
We’re closing out the Super Star Wars trilogy with the final game: Super Return of the Jedi! Let’s talk about this finale today!
Star Wars: Rebel Assault had enough success that it spawned a sequel. Let’s take a look at the original on Sega CD today!
Here’s a look back at the games I enjoyed playing several years ago. Let’s talk about Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions for the Nintendo DS.
Let’s revisit the second game in the Super Star Wars trilogy and talk about The Empire Strikes Back for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System!
Konami had the chance to develop Batman: The Animated Series for the Game Boy. Will they work magic with a licensed game? Let’s find out!
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!
The Punisher: The Ultimate Payback is another video game for the Game Boy that’s based on a Marvel Comics character. Let’s talk about it!
In celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone film, let’s take a look at the Playstation video game.
Batman: Return of the Joker was one of my favorite Game Boy games back when I was a kid. Will I still find it fun to play today?
Rounding out the Raimi Spider-Man trilogy on the Game Boy Advance is Spider-Man 3. Let’s see if the series will end on a high note!
The previous Fantastic Four on GBA was terrible. Will focusing the game on one character work? Let’s play Fantastic 4: Flame On and find out!
X-Men: The Official Game on GBA was developed by WayForward Technologies (Shantae) so let’s see how they did with a licensed game.
Arcade’s Revenge is another game with an all-star cast for the SNES. Will a game based on Spider-Man and the X-Men be good? Let’s find out!
Is it worth playing The Adventures of Batman & Robin on the Sega Genesis despite it’s extremely hard difficulty? Let’s talk about it today!
Venom/Spider-Man: Separation Anxiety is the sequel to one of my most beloved video games of all time. Am I going to love the sequel too?
The greatest of Marvel’s heroes are up against Thanos in a race to collect the Infinity Gems in War of the Gems for the SNES. Let’s talk about it!
I’ve been hearing about how good Batman Returns on the Sega Master System is, so I checked it out. And they were totally right.
Justice League Task Force is an early attempt at a superhero-themed fighting game. How did it turn out? Let’s take a look.
I almost skipped over X-Men: Mojo World without attempting to play it. Let me talk about why I’m glad that I didn’t.
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!
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.
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.
Batman Begins for the Game Boy Advance is another superhero title from Vicarious Visions. Let’s see how well they do with Batman.
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?
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.
I am so glad that Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered was released for the Switch because it is the best Ghostbusters video I’ve played.
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.
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.
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.
Sunsoft has published several excellent Batman games for different consoles. Will they have the same success with Superman? Let’s find out.
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.
Before Pokemon, there was Monster in my Pocket. Will this then-popular toy franchise translate to video games? Let’s find out today!
Is Blade on the Game Boy Color worth sinking your teeth into? Let me talk about my experience with this multi-genre title.
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.
Castlevania II: Belmont’s Revenge is known as the best Castlevania title on the Game Boy. Let’s talk about my experience with the game.
A Resident Evil game on a Game Boy? Yes, that’s what Resident Evil Gaiden is. Let’s talk about this attempt at portable survival horror.
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.
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.
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...
October is always a good excuse to talk about horror games. Today, we’ll look at a Sega Genesis classic: Splatterhouse 2.
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!!
Spider-Man 2 for the Game Boy Advance is a sequel that came from the same developers as the previous game. Let’s talk about it today!
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.
Video games based on Wolverine haven’t been good. Let’s see if X2: Wolverine’s Revenge for the Game Boy Advance can break the curse.
Will slapping the Superman name on a video game revolving around puzzles? Let’s play Superman Returns: Fortress of Solitude to find out.
Spider-Man: Return of the Sinister Six is the only Spider-Man title on the NES. Will this be as bad as other LJN games? Read on to find out.
The Amazing Spider-Man: Lethal Foes was only released in Japan. Let’s talk about the what the rest of the world missed out on.
If you asked me what the best 16-bit superhero video game is, I’d tell you that it’s The Adventures of Batman & Robin. Let me tell you why.
Super Mario Land was my first Mario game, and I’m glad that it was. I had the opportunity to play it again recently.
Here’s a look back at the games I enjoyed playing several years ago. Today let’s talk about The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds for the Nintendo 3DS.
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.
I had a hard time with this game when I first tried it years ago. Now, I’ve got another shot at Captain America and the Avengers for the NES.
The Catwoman film was a failure critically and commercially. Will video game adaptations be better? Let’s play the GBA version and find out.
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!
Here’s a look back at the games I enjoyed playing several years ago. Today let’s talk about Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate for the Nintendo 3DS.
Maximum Carnage is one of my favorite video games of all time. I played the game recently and yes, it remains to be one of my favorite games.
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.
Will one of the most popular storylines in comic books work as a video game? Let’s play The Death and Return of Superman to find out!
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!
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.
Spider-Man: Mysterio’s Menace is the first of many Spider-Man games released for the Game Boy Advance. Is it any good? Let’s talk about it!
I liked Batman: Rise of Sin Tzu on Gamecube when I played it years ago. I figured that I’d enjoy the Game Boy Advance version too. Well…
Batman for the Game Boy was one of my first video games. Let’s revisit this title and see how it holds up today.
After ten years, we finally have the third game in the popular Ultimate Alliance franchise. Was Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 worth the wait?
Iron Man finally gets his own video game in The Invincible Iron Man. Is this game any good? Let’s talk about it today!
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is one of the best games on the Nintendo Switch and among the best of all time. Let’s talk about it.
Spider-Man 2: The Sinister Six is the second Spider-Man game to come out on the Game Boy Color. How good will the sequel be? Let’s find out!
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!
Capcom tried their hand at an X-Men action game with X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse. How well did they do? Let’s talk about the game today!
I liked Resident Evil Revelations on 3DS so much, I bought the Nintendo Switch version too! How good is the Switch version? Read on to find out!
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.
Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker is the video game tie-in of a DC Animated Universe film that went direct-to-video. Let’s talk about it.
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?
The Game Boy Color version of Spider-Man was unfortunately overshadowed by the Playstation version. Was this game worth our attention?
I’ve already had a few posts about Asphalt 9: Legends, but it’s about time that I talk about why I’m still playing this game everyday.
X-Men: Mutant Wars is the second attempt at making an X-Men game for the Game Boy Color. Will this be a better game? Let’s talk about it!
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity is a Breath of the Wild spin-off that offers a completely different experience. Let’s talk about it.
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.
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!
The Punisher is another licensed game from LJN for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Will this be another bad LJN game? Let’s find out!
Batman: Return of the Joker is the sequel to Sunsoft’s first Batman game. Let’s talk about the Nintendo Entertainment System version.
I was able to play Spider-Man vs The Kingpin years ago and never came close to beating it. Let me tell you what happened when I tried again.
I played Captain America and the Avengers arcade game a lot when I was a kid. Let’s revisit the Sega Genesis 16-bit home console port today!
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.
The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap is the only non-remake Zelda release on the Game Boy Advance. Let’s talk about it today!
Will a game based on seven of DC’s superheroes with different powers for the GBA work? Let’s check Justice League: Injustice For All and see!
Resident Evil Revelations 2 is the second game in the spin-off of Capcom’s popular survival horror franchise. Let’s talk about it!
Batman: Vengeance is the first Batman video game for the Game Boy Advance. Will this game be as good as the Batman games that came before it? Let’s find out.
Tim Story’s 2005 film Fantastic Four was critically panned. Will a video game based on it do better? Let’s play the Game Boy Advance version.
X-Men: Mutant Academy is a fighting game for the Game Boy Color based on the X-Men. How well does it hold up today? Read on to find out.
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!
Nine Parchments is a hidden gem that people rarely talk about. I’d like to discuss why my wife and I love this game so much.
Here’s a look back at the games I enjoyed playing several years ago. Today let’s talk about X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse for the Nintendo Gamecube.