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In this review, we fight our way through an open world, first person perspective, dungeon crawling RPG game called Might and Magic 6 – Mandate of Heaven. This really is our introduction to this rather lengthy series, so does this first game we’ve tried make us want to play more? We find out.
In this review, we are digging our way through to another classic: Dig Dug. This action game is another one of what is considered a classic game from back in the day. Is this worth playing now? We find out.
In this review, we check out another port of the classic Asteroids game. This time, we bust rock on the Atari 7800 version of this classic game. Does this version of this top-down shooter give this series a good name? We find out.
In this review, we check out a port to one of the most classic games of the early 80′s, Asteroids. We bust some rock to find out if this top down shooter game is worth the re-play after all of these years.
In this review, we take a look at a different take on the classic board game everyone has at least heard of, Tic-Tac-Toe. We’ll be crossing our X’s and circling our O’s in Tic-Tac-Toe 3D to find out whether or not this puzzle game is worth playing.
In this review, we check out a title that might put a smile on many old school gamers – BurgerTime. In this instance, we check out the Atari 2600 port of this puzzle game to see if it’s worth playing again.
In this review, we check out the NES port of a famous old RPG game, Bard’s Tale. The game is famous for being a “must play” game. Because this is supposed to be a “must play” game, we decided to play it.
In this review, we are going clear back again to the Atari 2600 era and giving the top down shooter game Centipede a try. This might not be a name that really sounds familiar to newer gamers, but what does this game have to offer gamers today? We check it out.
IN this review, we check out a port sequel in what would ultimately be a series – Double Dragon II – The Revenge. We look at whether or not this action beat ‘em up sequel builds on what was started by the first Double Dragon game or simply falls into the shadow of its predecessor.