• Brave Fencer Musashi (PS1)

    Brave Fencer Musashi is another one of Square's journeys in to the realm of gaming outside of RPGs. For the majority of Squaresoft's life in the gaming industry, it has remained in its little RPG corn

  • Wrath of the Black Manta (NES)

    So I walk into GameStop one fine day, look around for a second, then make a beeline for the NES games. As usual, all I find are the games that I had passed up during my previous visit. Then I spot it.

  • WWF King of the Ring (GB)

    The classic WWF lineup, in your pocket!

  • Balloon Fight (NES)

    It all starts quite blandly, and to top that, quite abruptly as well. The power button is pushed and without warning this dull, black screen jumps on to your television. No music. No playful sounds. T

  • Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance (PS2)

    Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance finds its basis in the shadow of table-top games such as Dungeons Dragons: no set storyline for the character as the story commences, no evil empire to overthrow, no worl

  • Mega Man Legends (PS1)

    While it holds its own in the genre, it is definitely directed towards Mega Man fans. If that's you, go check this game out.

  • Dragon Warrior Monsters 2: Cobi’s Journey (GBC)

    The only people this is not recommended to are those who just do not have the time to get involved with a time-consuming game.

  • Baseball (GB)

    I got through an entire game without wanting to swallow a cyanide pill, so it couldn't have been that bad.

  • MTV Remote Control (NES)

    If I were selected to be a contestant on a game show, and the consequences for losing were death, then I'd find a safer game show.

  • NHL ’94 (SNES)

    Summer 1994: My brothers and I go to Pinelands Video (since gone out of business) in order to find a Super Nintendo game to amuse ourselves with; NHL '94 is the selection. It is rented several times t