Category Archives: Full Reviews

Doraemon: Nobita no Dorabian Nights (TurboGrafx-16 / PC Engine) Review – A Surprisingly Good Platformer

I played and finished this game recently, and wrote up a short-ish review of my thoughts.  I’ve expanded it a bit here, but it’s shorter than most of my full reviews.  Hopefully it’s a good review.  This game is obscure, … Continue reading

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Rolling Thunder (NES) Strategies

This post has a few clarifications from the review that I will edit in, but mostly is focused on some strategies for how to get past harder parts of the final part of the game, Story 4.  These strategies will … Continue reading

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Rolling Thunder (NES) Review – One of the ’80’s Best Games!

I just finished this game yesterday and wrote this up today.  Sorry about the delay on finishing the formatting improvements for the PS1 summaries list, but I will do that soon.  Playing Rolling Thunder took precedence!  It’s an amazing game, … Continue reading

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Class of Heroes 1 (PSP) Review: Addictive, Grindey Dungeon-Crawling Fun, and Frustration

Okay… so, several years and like 150+ hours into playing this super addictive but at times nightmarishly unfun grinding simulator (or at least that’s what it is right now!), I really should write something about it, shouldn’t I? I mean, … Continue reading

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Pod 2: Speed Zone (DC) – The Tracks: Thoughts & Some Strategies

A few thoughts on the courses!  My favorite tracks are probably the two simple ones, Volcano and Oddrock.  Mines Web is my favorite of the more complex courses.  After that, Canyon would probably be next, followed by Bridge Ride, with … Continue reading

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Pod 2: Speed Zone (Dreamcast) Review

I first covered Pod 2 on a post on NeoGAF.  This new review is probably well over twice as long as the old one, and has a lot more new content than most of the other redone old reviews I’ve … Continue reading

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Speed Racer (Wii) Review – Fast and Fun Futuristic Racing

This review combines a few posts I made back in 2011 about this game into a review.  So, the article is part new and part old.  Speed Racer for the Wii/PS2 is a very fun futuristic racing game.  It’s great … Continue reading

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Mickey’s Speedway USA (N64) Review – A Fun Kart Racer from Rare

This review is from late 2010/early 2011.  I added a few things, but it’s mostly unchanged.  It’s a good game, give it a try! Name: Mickey’s Speedway USA Developer: Rare Publisher: Nintendo Released: late 2000 (US/EU), early 2001 (Japan) Review … Continue reading

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BlaZeon (SNES) Review – Challenge the Bio-Cyborgs in one of the Super Nintendo’s best shmups!

I wrote the original version of this review back in ’06, but I’ve enhanced and expanded it for this new posting of the review.  I merged this review with some ideas from my Game Opinions Summary review on the game … Continue reading

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Hihou Densetsu: Chris no Bouken (Turbo CD) – A Weird and Flawed, but Decent, Platformer

I wrote this this January.  Somehow I thought I’d posted it here, but somehow I hadn’t.  Problem corrected!  I made some minor tweaks and improvements to the article, but little was changed; it is fairly recent.  I covered this game … Continue reading

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