Return of the Ninja

Developed and published by Natsume, Return of the Ninja was released in 2001 for the Game Boy Color. The spiritual successor to Shadow of the Ninja on the original Nintendo, Return of the Ninja has the player taking control of two separate ninjas on the quest to retrieve their clan’s secret scrolls after they haveContinue reading “Return of the Ninja”

Project S-11

Some games just don’t have a strong marketing campaign. Paired with a terrible name and terrible cover art, Project S-11 was developed by Paragon 5 and published by Sunsoft in 2001 for the Game Boy Color. The vertical shoot ’em up was regarded as one of the respectable shooters on the GBC. Would it passContinue reading “Project S-11”

Harvest Moon 3 GBC Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! Victor Interactive Software and Natsume had grown quite the garden by 2001 with the third release of a Harvest Moon game for the Game Boy Color. Originally, the Japanese version came in two separate cartridges with a boy and girl version but when the game came to North America theyContinue reading “Harvest Moon 3 GBC Review”

Harvest Moon GBC 2 Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! The Harvest Moon craze was in full bloom by 2000. In three years since the first release on the Super Nintendo, Harvest Moon was on the SNES, Nintendo 64, Game Boy, PlayStation, and Game Boy Color. Developed by Victor Interactive Software and published by Natsume, Harvest Moon Game Boy ColorContinue reading “Harvest Moon GBC 2 Review”

Shantae Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! Back in 2002, all eyes were on the upcoming Game Boy Advance that was set to be released in a year. However, WayForward Technologies led by Matt Bozon teamed up with Capcom and decided to give one last gift to the Game Boy Color with the release of Shantae, aContinue reading “Shantae Review”

Warlocked Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! What’s a game that comes to your mind when you think of amazing games that no one else knows of? For the Game Boy Color, that game is Warlocked. In 2000, Bits Studios put together one of the best real-time strategy games for the handheld system, but sadly very fewContinue reading “Warlocked Review”