When I first started this blog, the two goals I had were as follows: 1) to review every NES game in alphabetical order 2) to write said reviews in whatever manner I felt like My first few reviews were very esoteric in nature, but as I played more games, my review size … Continue reading The Way I Review Games
Hello all, I recently conducted an interview with my associate, David, over at brainerdrainer.wordpress.com. You should check it out here and while you’re there, check out his original articles/musical compositions as well. Good stuff! Thanks for obliging this shameless plug. Cheers, Dylan
Well, some friends and I are headed out to Coachella for the weekend. I’d like to say that it’s a torturous task and that I’d rather be reviewing poorly-made NES games, but that’s just ignorant. I’d much rather eat the same nasty $10 burger every meal of every day and dance with a gaggle of … Continue reading Vacation time… again
Well, as you can see from the last two reviews, the letter ‘H’ is off to a rollicking start. But before we completely forget about our friends ‘F’ and ‘G,’ I have some statistics that are sure to delight and… STAT-ISFY! I can almost feel the cacophony of laughter wash over me as you all … Continue reading ‘F’ and ‘G’ statistics
Hello all. Sorry an update has taken so long. I’ve been in the throes of a long and deep illness. I can’t remember the last time something’s kicked my butt this bad. It’s made it quite difficult for me to write or focus for extended periods of time, so unfortunately, this blog has … Continue reading UPDATE! FINALLY!
Well, as the post headline says… comments, feedback, suggestions. Anyone? The implication behind each and every post is that I welcome any and everyone’s insight, but I never seem to get any. Either no one is really reading or they like what I’m doing and wish me to keep up the good work. … Continue reading Comments, feedbacks, suggestions
Statistics: I love ’em. You guys probably love ’em. As you know, after I’m finished with a letter, I compile up a number of fun facts for people to look at. If you don’t follow the site on a regular basis, it’s a good way to catch up and see what you’ve been missing. … Continue reading Statistics for “D” and “E”
157 reviews… we’ve had some good times, haven’t we? No, I’m not quitting. I’m simply… reflecting. The letter “C” brought with it some truly memorable outings like Conquest of the Crystal Palace, Crash and the Boys: Street Challenge and the Castlevania series. It also brought with it contaminated excrement like Castle of Deceit, Color a … Continue reading Statistics for the letter “C”
It’s been two long weeks since I’ve written one of these here NES reviews. I wish I had some reason for this, but my only excuse is that I started a new job and I’m still getting used to being employed after nine months of sitting around the house. Here are my new life … Continue reading UPDATE! – Where I’ve been, new format, pwn n00bs, etc.
The letter “B” was where I learned to confront my gaming demons head on and take the worst games with a smile and a nod. A million baseball games in a row? No problem! The Blues Brothers? Why not! A Boy and his Blob… I’m confused, but carefree! Yes, the letter “B” was where … Continue reading Statistics for the letter “B”
Maniacal dictator not included. Also, NAMCOT? (thanks to MobyGames) PLAYERS: 1-2 simultaneous PUBLISHER: Namco DEVELOPER: Namco GENRE: Arcade RELEASE DATE: September 9, 1985 Battle City, for better and for worse, runs in my blood. I first saw my grandpa and my uncle playing it together when I was five years old … Continue reading BONUS ROUND! – Battle City (JPN)
Honestly, I can’t believe I’m up to “B” already on my quest. There’s some reviews where you can tell I’m starting to get bored, desperate, and terrified, but I fought through the murk and I’m still here. Here’s some statistics to chew on: The Letter Grade Awarded to the Most Games: D (14) … Continue reading Statistics for “#-A”