Super Bases Loaded Review

Super Bases Loaded Review SNES

Author: sull56ivan2010 The Bases Loaded series is something I haven’t been huge on as far as discovering older sports games. Regarding the first ones on NES, they are okay, but the fielding was kind of shoddy. It had the presentation, looking like a game on TV, but not the greatest …

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Frogger Review

Frogger Review Super Nintendo

  Author: sull56ivan2010 In the 90s, there was a push for nostalgia. Digital Eclipse was paving the way with tons of arcade ports from a number of Atari, Midway, and Williams games. Namco was doing its Namco Museum series. In between all that was Frogger. A lot of things happened …

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Home Alone 2: Lost in New York Review

Home Alone 2 Review Super Ninendo

  Author: sull56ivan2010     Not too long after the first movie, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York went into theaters in November 1992. Its numbers weren’t as strong (still good considering it made over 170 million) and it was widely panned. However, it’s still liked by many. The video …

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Doom Review

Doom Review SNES

  Author: sull56ivan2010 If you were to ask me my favorite video game of all time, that answer would be Doom. I loved the games since playing a shareware version of the original on Windows 95 back in 1995-96. Finding the DOS original on abandonware has rekindled my interest in …

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Tiny Toon Adventures: Wacky Sports Challenge Review

Author: sull56ivan2010 Out of all the licenses Konami ever had, Tiny Toon Adventures is one of their best ones. Konami games on NES, Genesis, and Game Boy all had solid efforts put into them. On SNES, it was no different. Buster Busts Loose is an excellent game. The last of …

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NBA Jam Review

NBA Jam Review Super Nintendo

Author: sull56ivan2010 Personally, I find Midway overrated. Their sports lineup, for the most part, doesn’t wow me compared to games from EA, Sega, and a handful of other companies. That being said, NBA Jam is one of the very few exceptions. The blockbuster 1993 arcade game got its ports handled …

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Home Alone Review

Home Alone Review Super Nintendo

    Author: sull56ivan2010 I doubt anyone was expecting John Hughes’ Home Alone to be the highest grossing film of 1990 domestically. Despite a not so warm reception from critics (better than any of the sequels), Home Alone and the 2nd one are beloved by many and are cherished 90s …

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