Total of 7 user reviews spread across 7 releases
Donkey Kong Country
Only Nineteen Years Late
Continuing my quest in playing old games, I find myself straying back into Nintendo-made territory, with my most recently completion of Donkey Kong Country. Considering how lauded this game is even no...
Final Fantasy V Advance
And so the epic sage of Final Fantasy continues...
For those who may not know me, some years ago I got it into my head that it would be a wonderful idea to play through every single mainstay Final Fantasy game in release order. At the time, I was an e...
Zelda no Densetsu: Yume o Miru Shima DX
One of the strangest Zelda titles to date.
Before getting into this review, I feel there is one confession I must clarify with the few who may find themselves reading this. I am absolutely terrible at Zelda games. I like them, certainly, b...
Super Mario Land 2: 6 Tsu no Kinka
As played twenty-one years later!
After enjoying the first Super Mario Land quite a bit, I decided to return to the 3DS eshop and dig out the second game as well, hoping for another fun adventure with Mario. Perhaps needless to say, b...
Super Mario Land
As played twenty-three years later for the first time...
Before even delving into the review, I feel I must give Super Mario Land some credit. It's very difficult for some games to hold up for a long time once the hardware they've been on become's outdated,...
Tantei Jinguuji Saburo DS: Inishie no Kioku
Worth playing, particular if you like mystery novels.
It's a bit difficult for me to recommend Jake Hunter to any one group of people. For people who prefer story-driven games, it may be appealing, but as the game is split into six separate stories (whic...
Dragon Blade: Wrath of Fire
I was hoping for much more when I bought this game...
To be fair, there were moments in the game where I did find some enjoyment. I enjoyed some of the boss fights, and I had fun experimenting with the powers you gained throughout the game (my personal f...