Batman without Bruce Wayne? We jump to the next generation of Batman on the Nintendo 64 with the game based off the hit TV series “Batman Beyond”.
Archive for the ‘TV’ Category
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.
A first time play through of The Adventure of Batman & Robin on the Sega Game Gear. Developed by Novotrade and published by Sega in 1995. The Joker is at it again, kidnapping Robin and having Batman running the gauntlet again Mad Hatter, Mr. Freeze, Scarecrow, and Harley Quinn.
Taking our first look ever at the hero of Phantom in Phantom 2040 on the Sega Genesis. An action adventure game based off the cartoon of the same name that aired from 1994-1996. Is it a good game? Or yet another tv show/movie tie-in rip off?
A new house means a new game room! Come check out Roe’s room and find out why Celine Dion is in his collection of games. Records, LaserDisc, and plenty of video games to go around.
Live action and cartoon segments jammed together to make one amazing Mario Bros. show? Nostalgic Roe gives Nintendo and DIC one last chance to prove that a Mario show can be worth a watch.
Sega gave Sonic not one but two tv shows in 1993. Did they strike out on both? Roe gives the blue streak another chance to redeem his cartoon self.
All great video game mascots get the TV treatment, and Sonic debuted with not one but two shows. Is Adventures the definitive Sonic show? I’m waaaiting…
While based on one of the greatest games ever made, does Super Mario World translate to morning show cartoons?
Nostalgic Roe takes a look at the Saturday morning cartoon series “The New Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3”. Is it worth your nostalgic time?