We head down to Bedrock to hang with the Flintstones & the Rubbles for the first time! We dive into one of the rare games on the Nintendo Entertainment System, with rumors saying the game was never even released in retail, only as a rental. Let’s take a look at the Taito classic The Flintstones: Surprise at Dinosaur Peak.
It’s been a bit chilly outside, so let’s play a game about snowmen! We check out twins Nick & Tom and throw a bunch of snowballs to resuce Princesses Puripuri and Puchipuchi for the first time. Is it worth the hype? We take a look for the first time at Snow Bros for the Nintendo Entertainment System.
Movie tie-ins typically are found in the bargin bin at your local game store. With Sunsoft’s record of great games on the Nintendo Entertainment System, we see if they can continue that great streak, or create another Fester’s Quest. Join us as we review Gremlins 2: The New Batch on the NES.
Hitting the links with Mario and company for the first time! The second golf game released for the Nintendo Entertainment Center 1991, we are joined by Princess Peach, Princess Daisy, Luigi and Donkey Kong to chase our dreams of being the top plumbing golfer.
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.