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The Terminator (SNES)

I would consider myself something of a fan of the original Terminator film. And if you’ve read the Genesis review, you know how they screwed that one up. Therefore, it is with great delight that I present you with this little gem; a much better attempt at a scrolling game based on the first film. […]

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DuckTales 2

As part of the strict community service sentence given to me after my little “incident” at the public park, I promised JGR I’d deliver reviews for the entire Disney/Capcom/Duck trilogy (see my reviews of Darkwing Duck and DuckTales. With that in mind, I bring you the final installment: DuckTales 2. If you don’t remember Disney’s […]

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DuckTales

For those of you keeping track, this is my second review for the JGR website. My first was Darkwing Duck and it brought back so many fond memories of Saturday morning cartoons that I opted to continue along these lines and tackle another game in Disney’s duck-related NES canon, DuckTales. Once again, I’ll recap for […]

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Darkwing Duck

Imagine my predicament: There I was, newly accepted as an official member of the Just Games Retro staff; given unrestricted access to the private Lockheed jet, the mini-golf course, the macro-golf course, the homemade rhubarb pie, along with all the other benefits every JGR employee receives; and I had no idea what to review. I […]

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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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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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