Few NES games are as charming as HAL’s Adventures of Lolo.
Misadventures abound in Bandai’s 8-bit take on the beloved 60s TV show, Gilligan’s Island.
Adventures of Dino Riki might be the world’s first (and last?) prehistoric vertically scrolling shoot-em-up.
Bayou Billy‘s extreme difficulty and silly main character keep it stuck in the swamp.
The Adventure Island formula – run, skate, eat fruit, ride animal buddies – wears thin with Adventure Island 3.
Unlike the Wonder Boy series which never settled into a specific genre, Adventure Island II is the same ol’ running and hammer-slinging.
Master Higgins directs, writes, and stars in Adventure Island, a hop-and-bop platformer that’s loosely related to Sega’s Wonder Boy.
With Pool of Radiance, our Dungeons & Dragons marathon comes to a lurching, horrific end.
Hillsfar is yet another depressing Dungeons & Dragons game for your (not mine) Nintendo Entertainment System.
The Dungeons & Dragons marathon continues with Heroes of the Lance, one of the worst games to ever grace the NES.
The first of four Dungeons & Dragons games on the NES, DragonStrike is the least offensive of the bunch.
The two Addams Family games for the NES are nowhere near as endearing or enjoyable as the early 1990s films.