Tom & Jerry

Tom & Jerry

Cat and Mouse...

Killing Time

Killing Time (PC)

Eternal unlife

Sid Meier’s Covert Action

Covert Action

Meier. Sid Meier.


The Terminator (Genesis)

Hey remember that movie with Schwarzenegger? You know, the one where he’s unstoppable and kills a lot of people? Oh… oh right, well this is that movie where he’s a robot. Yeah that’s the one. Well, somebody made a game out of it. I’m torn on how to start this review, for reasons you’ll understand […]

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Family Feud

The NES, being a home entertainment system and all, was the first console to introduce the concept of videogames based on popular gameshows. It makes sense after all, since the majority of the viewing audience yells answers at their televisions and generally think they’re geniuses – “If I were on that show.. I’d do so […]

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Duck Hunt

If you’re looking for something to apply the term “classic” to, well, here ya go. One of the first games for the NES was this little gem. It was released in 1985 as part of the “Deluxe Bundle,” sharing the package space with the quirky R.O.B. and the Zapper light gun required for play. The […]

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Home Alone

True to the last 45 minutes of the film, the game follows young Kevin McAllister as he tries to stop two bumbling crooks from ripping off houses on Christmas Eve. Some original elements keep this game from being standard side-scrolling fare, but still barely makes the game worth your time. Depending on what you thought […]

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Mad Max

The time is the not-too distant future in a post-apocalyptic Australia. Nuclear weapons haven’t destroyed the world this time around, it’s good old fashioned warfare that torched the nations’ stockpiles of crude oil. Without fuels, civilization crumbles into decay. You play as Max, a nomad in the Australian outback, stuck wandering the wastes where patched-together […]

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Movie-based titles on the NES have not had a favorable history on this site, with lackluster attempts such as Robocop 2 and Darkman. Therefore, it is a refreshing surprise to find one that doesn’t just flat-out suck. Batman is a solid attempt to take elements from the movie and comics, and infuse them into a […]

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