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.
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!
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!
Is Blade on the Game Boy Color worth sinking your teeth into? Let me talk about my experience with this multi-genre title.
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.
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!
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!
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?
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.
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.
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?
Sunsoft has published several excellent Batman games for different consoles. Will they have the same success with Superman? Let’s find out.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Batman for the Game Boy was one of my first video games. Let’s revisit this title and see how it holds up today.
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.