My buddy Eric Grider of Game vs. Game and I went down to Chicago over Midwest Gaming Classic weekend and checked out the Galloping Ghost Arcade. While we were there, we hunted down ten games that never left arcades! Try to play them at YOUR local arcade!
Hey, look! There’s a movie out! So I guess I should cover the games, since it seems like the film is aimed at people born after the game came out! Here, I look at the arcade original, NES and SMS versions!
It’s time to see what Chris and I are really made of. Are we bad enough dudes to save the President? Or will we forever miss out on that delicious burger at the end of the rainbow?
Harold is up to bat, taking his turn at Kid Niki on NES!
For today’s Game Challenge, it’s time for a little nostalgia trip, as I challenge myself to play a game I owned as a kid: the VERY decent NES port of the Data East arcade classic, Kid Niki!
A short episode between Halloween and Christmas tie-ins, I’m taking on Data East’s arcade brawler and its Genesis port!
Last call for Burger Time! This time around I decide to take a crack at it. Will I be a master Burger Builder? Or will those goddamn hotdogs get me?
Not satisfied with his first run, Reed decided to take a second crack at a childhood favorite of his, Burger Time!
Today’s Game Challenge is a little throwback to an arcade classic, Burger Time! Reed’s up to bat first, and lemme tell ya, this game is damn hard!
For today’s Retro Solo episode, I take a look at Tumblepop, a 1991 #arcade hit by Data East. It’s kinda like Snow Bros., but with vacuums. Weird as hell, but hella fun.
A look at another cool (but hard) arcade puzzle game, Magical Drop! Not AS cool as Puzzle Bobble, in my opinion, but still pretty rad (yes rad).
In 1991, Data East released Captain America and The Avengers in arcades. It became a moderate hit, prompting Data East to develop a console version on the Genesis/Megadrive in 1992. Now, nearly 25 years later, justice is being served as Marvel Entertainment is finally releasing Captain America: Civil…
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Hot off the presses, I just finished this bad boy up today, and since it’s brand spanking new, I thought I’d switch it up, and link y’all to my blog page itself. I wrote a first article on this subject, video game box art, last year. The…