Overview / Review of Tradewest’s 1988 NES game, Double Dragon.
Building off of the successful innovations of Technos Japan’s previous beat ’em up, Renegade (1986, Arcade/1988, NES), Double Dragon for the NES is a port of the first in a successful trilogy arcade games. Twin brothers Billy and Jimmy Lee, well skilled martial artists, learned how to survive growing up on the streets. When Marian, Billy’s girlfriend, is brutally assaulted… Continue reading →
Overview / Review of Capcom’s 1987 NES game, Mega Man.
As Capcom’s first game designed specifically with the home based console in mind, Mega Man was a pioneer in the video gaming world. Though it never reached the heights of financial or critical success that its sequels would eventually receive, Capcom’s premier original NES game… Continue reading →
Overview / Review of Hudson’s 1990 NES game, Mendel’s Palace.
Mendel Palace was the first game ever produced by Game Freak, headed up by Satoshi Tajiri, who would become a superstar of the videogame world with the release of Pokémon (Gameboy, 1995). In Tajiri’s premier work, Bon-Bon has to save his best friend, Candy, from a dream. Falling asleep… Continue reading →