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Who Remembers the Classic Aussie Rules Game for NES?

Sports games are all the rage and highly advanced these days, but back in 1991 they were basic to say the least. With the lack of worldwide recognition of Australian Rules Football 25 years ago, it seems surprising to think that Beam Software decided to bring the national sport of Australia to the Nintendo Entertainment […]

Power Rangers III Russian Fan Translation

Bandit Gaming – Power Rangers III for NES Translated to Russian

You may be reading that title and thinking, when did Power Rangers III get released for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Better than that, when did Power Rangers ever see a Nintendo NES release? They didn’t because this is a pirate game – hence the title, Bandit Gaming. So, yea, this is a translation of a […]

River City Ransom: Underground Hits Steam

The original River City Ransom game appeared on the NES back in 1989 and is regarded as one of the finest beat ’em ups to grace any videogame console. While initially receiving a rather lukewarm reception, the game picked up a cult following thanks to its novel fusion of beat ’em up and role-playing elements […]

Versus Mode: Arch Rivals Vs. Basketbrawl

We all have that one friend. The friend who has a Sega instead of a Nintendo or a Colecovision instead of an Atari. This friend tends to lean towards the obscure and likes to talk about “alternative” versions of mainstream titles. Deciding on which game to play with this friend can be a total pain […]

Sir Ababol Remastered Released for Free on NES

Sir Ababol has appeared on many systems over the years, initially being released on the ZX Spectrum in 2010, quickly followed by an Amstrad CPC version, then the Commodore 64 in 2012, and finally on the NES in 2013. Fast forward to 2017 and the Mojon Twins have updated their NES game and have made […]

Top 3 SHMUPS (Top 3 Tuesday)

SHMUPS: they’re neither candy nor some weird Asian bird flu derivative! ‘SHMUP’ is Internet shorthand for “shoot ’em up”, a genre of game where you pilot a person or craft through a series of auto-scrolling stages destroying everything in sight to earn power-ups so you can destroy everything in sight even faster. In other words, […]

The World of Micro Machines

Well, when I was a kid many moons ago, Micro Machines were introduced to the world. They were produced by Galoob (now part of Hasbro) and were tiny die cast model cars. I knew people who had them and there were many of them. All great choking hazard sized auto mobiles of varying types and […]

Duck Tales 2 Two Player Hack Darkwing Duck

Duck Tales 2 Receives Two Player Hack

If you ask fans of Disney licensed games about the better releases on the Nintendo Entertainment System you will probably hear Duck Tales at least once. Probably even the second game (though the first games moon level music is quite iconic). One problem both Duck Tales games had was that one player limitation. Now fans […]

Top 3 Games Left Off the NES Classic (Top 3 Tuesday)

He promised he’d be back, and he is! Arnold’s back in Terminator 2: Judgment Day, which is just one of the many hundreds of games I’m choosing not to write about in response to MichaelBtheGameGenie’s latest Top 3 Tuesday video: Top 3 Games Left Off the NES Classic (which you should totally open in another window […]

Six Retro Alternative Sports Games That Never Get Old

Yeah, let’s hear it for some good old-fashioned SPORTSBALL, beeyotch!! Look, you either love sports games, or you love to point out how much money EA makes repackaging and re-selling the same game (sometimes literally) to players year after year. I unabashedly fall into the latter category, not only because I can’t tell you the […]


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