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By Cyril Lachel     |   Posted on August 30, 2014   |   Episode 127 (Show Archive)  

Defunct Games offers more than 1,200 retro video game reviews for consoles as diverse as the Nintendo Entertainment System, Atari 2600, Genesis, Neo Geo Pocket Color, SuperVision and Jaguar. Below you will find our most recent retro reviews. And don't forget to follow us on Twitter and recommend games for future reviews.

The Flash (Master System)
Reviewed by Adam Wallace
July 30, 2014:
There are certain comic book characters that frequently get the video game, movie and TV treatment. For example, Batman gets tons of work, as does Superman [Read Full Review]

Spider-Man (Atari 2600)
Reviewed by Adam Wallace
July 23, 2014:
Superheroes have always been a prime breeding ground for video game ideas. Though it wasn't until the last couple of console generations when video games [Read Full Review]

The Uncanny X-Men (NES)
Reviewed by Adam Wallace
July 16, 2014:
Teams of superheroes always provide the most interesting scenarios for me. Watching the interplay among the members of a group and the combining of distinct powers [Read Full Review]

Superman (Atari 2600)
Reviewed by Adam Wallace
July 9, 2014:
SuQuick, what's the most famous, most beloved, and most iconic superhero of all time? If your answer was anything but Superman, then you're just mocking me. [Read Full Review]

Fighter's History (Super NES)
Reviewed by Jed Pressgrove
July 16, 2014:
Fighter's History makes other Street Fighter II wannabes look like sloppy thieves. Call it plagiarism (Capcom did by filing an unsuccessful lawsuit against Data East) [Read Full Review]

Pinball (Intellivision)
Reviewed by Adam Wallace
May 28, 2014:
Even though there had been other consoles that came and went from 1977 to 1984, the only console during that era that gave the Atari 2600 any serious [Read Full Review]

Star Wars: Jedi Arena (Atari 2600)
Reviewed by Adam Wallace
May 21, 2014:
Even all the way back to the Atari 2600 era, movies were the prime breeding ground for video game ideas. Though many movies have been enhanced and/or [Read Full Review]

3D Tic Tac Toe (Atari 2600)
Reviewed by Adam Wallace
May 14, 2014:
Do you remember the movie WarGames with Matthew Broderick? Do you remember how (spoiler alert) nuclear Armageddon was prevented by getting a military [Read Full Review]

Video Pinball (Atari 2600)
Reviewed by Adam Wallace
May 7, 2014:
Ever since I was a young boy I've played the silver ball From Soho down to Brighton I must have played them all Sorry, I was channeling Pete Townshend. [Read Full Review]

Porky's (Atari 2600)
Reviewed by Adam Wallace
April 30, 2014:
As I mentioned in my Journey Escape review, everything was fair game for being turned into a video game during the Atari 2600 era. No idea was too ridiculous [Read Full Review]

Star Wars: The Arcade Game (Atari 2600)
Reviewed by Adam Wallace
April 23, 2014:
As I have said before, arcade ports on the Atari 2600 have to be taken with a grain of salt; especially those that used graphic techniques that the Atari 2600 [Read Full Review]

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Sega CD | Sega 32X | Atari Jaguar | Lynx | Atari 2600
Neo Geo | Neo Geo Pocket | TurboDuo | 3DO | Philips CD-i
Virtual Boy | N-Gage | PSP | Game Gear | WonderSwan
Nintendo 64DD | Intellivision | SuperVision | SuperGrafx
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