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!!
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.
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!
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.
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!
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!
Justice League Task Force is an early attempt at a superhero-themed fighting game. How did it turn out? Let’s take a look.