The Gotham City is being overran by the Penguin & Catwoman! Can the Caped Crusader stop these two and be home in time for the holidays? We take our first look ever at Batman Returns on the Nintendo Entertainment System.
Welcome to Nostalgic First, where I play retro games for the first time! Tonight, we check out a classic that, yes, I have never tried before Blaster Master. Developed and Published by Sunsoft in 1988 for the Nintendo Entertainment System, we play as Jason who follows his pet frog Fred down a hole in the earth. Sounds riveting!
Who didn’t have R.C. Pro-Am on the NES back in the day! I played the game all the time, but was never very good at it. Not a perfect racer, but certainly enjoyable. When I heard there was a sequel that was vastly improved, I had to try it out. Released on December 11th, 1992, we take our first look at the Rare developed, released by Tradwest sequel, R.C. Pro-Am II.
We go to Starfleet to see if we have what it takes to go where no man has gone before! We give Star Trek Starfleet Academy – Starship Bridge Simulator on the Sega Genesis 32x a try to see if it is worth a further look or not.
MORTAL KOMBAT!!!! What else can you say about this classic? Great game, but never played it on the Sega Genesis 32x. Will this be the best version yet? And don’t mind my general dumbness of the Sega controller…why couldn’t they just make a 6-pad to start with? TOASTY!!!
One of the coolest box art covers of all time. Does it plays like its cover? Developed by Blizzard Entertainment & published by Interplay Productions, we check out Blackthorne for the first time on the Sega 32X.