YOU’LL BE HOOKED ON THE BROTHERS
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL TILE IN THE WORLD
HALLELUJAH, IT’S RAININ’ DOTS!
HE MAY OR MAY NOT LIVE IN A GARBAGE CAN
DON’T TALK THE TALK IF YOU CAN’T DONK THE DONK
HE’S FINALLY BACK TO KICK SOME TAIL!
Hey everyone! I’m alive, and so is the NES book!
I suppose before diving straight into this game, I should get who I am and what I do out of the way. My name is Josh Stewart, and I’ve been following Questicle since its earliest days. Dylan has moved on to the massive undertaking of playing everything for every Sega console, but I’m sure … Continue reading Un-American #1 – Dig Dug
Greetings, players! It is I, your friendly Dungeon Master, otherwise known as Matthew. I remain locked away within the depths of Questicle’s own Temple of Elemental Evil, but have no fear! For soon the ancient and eldrich magicks needed to escape and enact my vengeance shall be at hand! And then we’ll see just … Continue reading Lost in the Minus World – Review # -3: AD&D: Dragons of Flame
Hello again, Nintendo fanbodies! MC here, still locked inside Dylan’s panic room. Still eating Snickers bars for sustenance. Still wondering what the upside was to take on this gig in the first place… But enough of my problems – today should be celebrated as a momentous occasion! It’s Questicle.net’s first foray into the … Continue reading Lost in the Minus World – Review # -2: Zooming Secretary
Hello, NESQuesters! I’m Matthew Conway, writer of various internet blog-things of no consequence and full-time Retro Gaming Rain Man. I’m here because the proprietor of this fine website asked me to pen a few guest articles for him while he’s busy doing other things. I’ll never forget when I got the call from Mr. Cornelius. Our … Continue reading Lost in the Minus World – Review # -1: Titanic
Hey everyone, Dylan here with a brief update. While the NES Compendium is being sorted out, I thought I’d keep Questicle.net going with some guest posts from retro gamers I trust and respect. First up, we have Tom Badguy from VTW Productions. Tom and I have been Internet buds for a couple … Continue reading What Were the Best Selling NES Games?