Five Exciting Facts About Rolling Thunder
Rolling Thunder is the story of a spy with an incredible set of legs. He and his World Crime Police Organization cohorts fights an alien/terrorist group known as Geldra, which takes them all over the world and even into space. Eventually we learn that Gelda is interested in taking over the world using
Rolling Thunder 2
What Did Critics Say in 1992?
Albatross is back and ready to fight Geldra. Don't know what I'm talking about? Then you need to play Rolling Thunder 2, one of my favorite 16-bit action games. But who cares what I think, the real question is whether or not the critics thought Rolling Thunder 2 was anything special back when it first came [Read More]
This Is How Albatross Dies in Rolling Thunder!
Rest in Pixels:
When a secret religious cult kidnaps your girlfriend, what do you do? If you're Albatross, you go on a killing spree. This is Rolling Thunder, the popular action game starring a secret agent with a thing for high jumps. But this spy is known for more than just superhuman jumps, he also has one of the most [Read More]
Terrible Game Ad Archive!
Join us as we take you on a trip through the dark history of video game advertising. From cringe-worthy fart jokes to action that literally explodes out of the television, Commercial Break is full of the best and worst in classic video game advertising. So many horrible ads worth reading about. [See the Full Archive]
The Cover Critic
View the Cover Review Archive!
The Cover Critic is back and doing his best to stay sane while reviewing some of the worst covers of all time. Take a look back at the critic's reviews for games from around the world in this brand new archive for The Cover Critic. And be prepared for new episodes coming soon.
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What Did Critics Say Back in 1989?
August 18, 2014:
For many console gamers, Shadowgate was their first taste of the graphic adventure genre. These days, everybody is used to pointing and clicking their way through difficult puzzles and dungeons filled with monsters, but that wasn't the case in 1989. Were critics ready to embrace this new genre of gaming? [Read More]
Streets of Rage (Genesis)
What Did Critics Say in 1991?
July 28, 2014:
After seeing the success of Double Dragon and Final Fight, nobody was surprised when Sega announced Streets of Rage for their 16-bit Genesis. What caught some by surprise is its quality, which managed to outperform Capcom's best known arcade brawler. This episode of Review Crew takes a look at what [Read More]
What Did the Critics Say in 1991?
July 21, 2014:
Forget the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, because Zitz, Rash and Pimple are here to raise the bar for 8-bit brawlers. Developed by Rare and published by Tradewest, Battletoads transported players to a new world full of loveable characters, devious bad guys and hard-as-hell driving stages. Were critics [Read More]