The Capcom Chronology continues! Roger is looking at an unreleased NES game in this outing, a planned sequel to Vulgus called Titan Warriors.
I forgot to post this here! Well, better late than never. IntiCreates’ Not Castlevania came out last last month, and Roger took a look! How does it fare? Watch to find out!
Following up the most recent Same Name, Different Game on some portable Double Dragon games, Roger is looking at what is probably the best portable Double Dragon: Double Dragon Advance!
We’re back to the Mega Manniversary! This time, we’re looking at way-too-expensive NES title Little Samson, developed by a grip of ex-Capcom folks at Takeru. It’s good! But it’s not worth a thousand bucks.
Happy Halloween! The third and final part of my 2017 Halloween Trilogy is here! It’s dedicated to one of my favorite retro horror games; Splatterhouse 2!
The Mega Manniversary continues with this look at an odd entry on the Gamecube. It’s the Battle Network series, but it sort of feels like classic Mega Man. How does that work out? Watch to find out!
Part two of the Mega Manniversary is Roger’s first entry into the Manniversary and he’s talking about Akira Kitamura’s first post-Mega Man game, Cocoron. It’s not hard to see the Mega Man-ness of Cocoron, but it’s like Mega Man through the filter of a fever dream. It’s pretty…
In a follow up to my Ninja Gaiden Same Name, Different Game spectacular, it’s Ninja Gaiden Shadow! A weird little Game Boy game that kind of is, kind of isn’t Ninja Gaiden.
More Gradius! In this installment of Obscure Old Games (which is actually the 21st, not 20th), Roger looks at one of the best installments in Konami’s flagship shoot-’em-up franchise.
Another holiday video! It’s the sequel to the last one… Dynamite Deka 2, known here as Dynamite Cop!, but either way, it’s the sequel to Die Hard Arcade!
It’s Halloween season! So here’s the first of three Halloween videos coming from me this month. This one is on a little-known side-scrolling action game for the Super Famicom: Majyuuou.
Do you like obscure brawlers from the 16-bit era? Do you like River City Ransom? Then you should check out this episode! It’s on a River City Ransom sequel that never hit the US!
Roger takes a look at the SNES Strider clone, Run Saber on this edition of Obscure Old Games!
Roger the Retrogaming Puppet is The Roger this time out, talking about the sole wrestling title for Sega’s short-lived 16-bit CD add-on!
In an Obscure Old addendum to the two part Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice special I did on Same Name, Different Game, here’s a look at a very late-era GBA title from the 2D masters at WayForward.
Roger is back with a new Obscure Old Games, and this time, it’s a Christmas Special! Let’s take a look at Die Hard Trilogy!
Roger the Retrogaming Puppet looks at the most metal game on the Famicom for this year’s Obscure Old Games Halloween Special. It’s Holy Diver!