Move over Mario Bros. it’s the Great Giana Sisters (Originally posted on Blistered Thumbs )
Archive for June, 2012
(Originally posted on Blistered Thumbs.) Too close quarters for comfort. (Again, not directly retro related but based on content from a long running series)
(Originally posted on Blistered Thumbs.) Does the taste live up to the name in Battlefield 3 Premium? (Even though this isn’t necessarily a retro review, it’s new content on a game based on a long running series.)
Perhaps one of the best side-scrolling adventure games for the Sega Genesis that was not given enough credit has to be Aladdin. This game was good in the 90’s when it came out, and has definitely kept its appeal overtime. The game has a pretty cool story to it, while getting straight to the point [...]
All of the hadokens with none of the Ryu. (Originally posted on Blistered Thumbs.) Every so often a game developer realizes a platform is lacking titles in certain genres. Then decides to do something about it. The year was 1993. The developer was Team 17.
(Originally posted on Blistered Thumbs.) 1994 saw the release of the last classic Donkey Kong. On the Gameboy, it was also one of the earliest cartridges designed with the Super Gameboy peripheral in mind. It is easily one of the best in this puzzle/platformer hybrid.
Is there anyone interested in playing a (not) great knockoff Super Mario with choppy graphics and a redundant soundtrack? Well do I have the game for you! Introducing: Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster’s Hidden Adventures for the Sega Genesis!