The IRATE Gamer takes a deep dive look at the history of Nintendo’s first foray into the breakfast cereal market. Did you eat this as a kid?
Check out this amazing look back from of Tyler from My Retro Life at one of the hardest games known to mankind… “Ghost ‘N Goblins”!
This is my first play of Fire ‘n Ice (also known as Solomon’s Key 2) on the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). (Coming Soon to Switch!)
Kung-Fu Heroes is a top down action game for up to two players. It is a port of the earlier arcade game Chinese Hero developed by Nihon Game. Unlike other titles in the series, such as Little Ninja Bros, it does not incorporate any role-playing video game elements in the gameplay.
This video by PatmanQC takes a deep look at the Ikari Warriors franchise, it’s history and legacy it has left on the gaming world.
On December 18, five more games will be added to the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) and the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) on the Nintendo Switch Online collections.
The Simpsons: Bartman Meets Radioactive Man. The Nerd reviewed the first two Simpsons NES games 13 years ago. Now he’s back to review the third awful Simpsons NES
In 1991, Data East had the license to some key Marvel comic book characters. They didn’t hesitate to use it…