Total of 6 user reviews spread across 6 releases
Double Dragon: Neon
A nostalgic trip back to the 80s, complete with familiar characters, gameplay, controls, music, and catchphrases.
Double Dragon Neon is the latest in the 1980s arcade beat-em-up series staring brothers Billy and Jimmy Lee. While the gameplay, characters, and music give a nod to the game's forefathers, Neon still...
A solid retro arcade shooter!
Not much to say about 1942. Its just a solid arcade shooter. Move your plane left right, up and down and shoot down the enemy planes. Boss fights are a blast. Giant aircraft that take up the entir...
Conflict: Denied Ops
Here's a game with lack-luster graphics, awkward controls, and crappy AI. Strangely enough, its not half bad...
After purchasing Conflict: Denied Ops, my roommate and I threw it in for some co-op action. We played for about twenty minutes, then sat the game on the shelf where it stayed for two months. I t...
I recently read an article about the joys of the simple games that take less than eight hours to beat. This is one.
I was in the break room at work when I stumbled upon an issue of my favorite video game magazine. Since I no longer subscribe, I picked it up and gave it a read. One of the articles that caught my e...
Final Fantasy I & II: Dawn of Souls
A fantastic remake of the classic games that first introduced us to the addiction we call Final Fantasy
Any real Final Fantasy fan has played the original 8-bit NES version that launched the series. If you're like me, you banked hour after hour trying to find a way to get through the Cavern of Earth. ...
Marvel: Ultimate Alliance
Awful graphics and sloppy gameplay...some games are best left off the handhelds...
This game has potential...for an actual console, that is. The handheld version leaves something to be desired. Actually, several somethings. First thing you'll notice upon firing up this title ar...