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[REVIEW] Montana Mike – Spectrum Next

https://youtu.be/hURQ2r70Ddk Launch day 9th November saw many eager Spectrum Next owners (well dev kit owners, and those using emulation!) hammering F5 ready for the inevitable…

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[REVIEW] Zombies – Super Nintendo

Today is the day I’ve been able to play a game I’ve lusted for since it’s release back in 1993. Zombies (‘Zombies ate my neighbors’…

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[REVIEW] Mega Man 11

This feels like a long time coming. The last 8 or so years have seen re-releases of Mega Man’s previous outings (including the infamous 8th)…

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Find the light switch… Jon Robertson’s live show get’s its game on!

Right now as I write this oddly enough, I’m in a dark room. The light switch is just feet away yet I cannot be bothered…

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[REVIEW] Krusty’s Super Fun House – Super Nintendo

Following on from yesterday’s review of Bart’s Nightmare, comes proof that all licenced games are not always a quick cash in of the licence. So…

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[REVIEW] Bart’s Nightmare – Super Nintendo

Welcome to minigame hell! No.. not Sonic Shuffle, or Warioware, we’re going the the aptly named Bart’s Nightmare this week. The premise is fairly simple…

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[REVIEW] Hook – Super Nintendo

Hook is a strange beast to me. As a kid I loved the film, through it’s telling of a common question.. “What would Peter be…

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[REVIEW] Popeye – Atari 2600

Put yourself in Popeye’s place. You’ve got a daffy girlfriend who goes by the name of Olive Oyl. Right now, she’s got you running in…

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[REVIEW] Pugsley’s Scavenger Hunt – Super Nintendo

The main thing I found interesting about 1992’s The Addams Family was how many of the levels were connected. The house was the hub where…

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[REVIEW] Addams Family – Super Nintendo

Let’s ignore the fact that turning The Addams Family into a video game is weird. Because it is. Obviously turning a sitcom into a platformer…