GripShift Review

Do you like puzzles? Do you like platforming? Do you like driving? Do you like action? Then I have the perfect game for you that combines all four of those genres and even advertises that it does! Released in 2005 for the PlayStation Portable, GripShift was developed by Sidhe and published by Red Mile EntertainmentContinue reading “GripShift Review”

Banjo Kazooie Review

Video game developer Rare was no stranger to creating massively successful games. The Donkey Kong series was cooling off when Rare shifted its efforts to a new series. Released in 1998 for the Nintendo 64, Banjo Kazooie was developed by Rare and published by Nintendo. This explorative platforming collect-a-thon combined many different elements into aContinue reading “Banjo Kazooie Review”

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”


Developed by Flying Wild Hog and published by Nordic Games, “Juju” was released for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in 2014. The family-friendly platformer was a free game for Xbox Gold members which is why I randomly choose to review it after downloading it recently. You’ll take control of Juju, a pink panda bearContinue reading “Juju”

Donkey Kong Country

Developer Rare teamed up with Nintendo and released one of the best platformers to ever grace the Super Nintendo in 1994 when “Donkey Kong Country” debuted. Paired with a massive marketing campaign, unique 3D sprites, and an iconic soundtrack, Donkey Kong Country became the third-bestselling game for the Super Nintendo. So how do our favoriteContinue reading “Donkey Kong Country”

Kirby’s Adventure

After the smash success that was Kirby’s Dreamland for the Game Boy in 1992, HAL Laboratory developed a sequel that was published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1993. King Dedede is back to his mischievous ways in Dream Land and it’s up to Kirby once again to save the land and repairContinue reading “Kirby’s Adventure”

Mega Man 6

The final Mega Man from the original series on the Nintendo Entertainment System was released in March 1994. Developed by Capcom and published by Nintendo, Mega Man 6 closed the door on a series that had seen six releases on the Nintendo. The Blue Bomber’s final mission on the Nintendo would see him take onContinue reading “Mega Man 6”

Mega Man 3 Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! The Mega Man series was starting to take off after the release of the first two games for Nintendo in the late 80s. Welcoming in the 90s, Capcom released Mega Man 3 in 1990 for the Nintendo. The Blue Bomber would face new robot masters and encounter a new antagonistContinue reading “Mega Man 3 Review”

Star Wars: Obi-Wan Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! Who’s your favorite character from the Star Wars universe? For many, it’s Obi-Wan as he has appeared in many of the movies. It’s no surprise that LucasArts wanted to cash in on the popularity of Obi-Wan and release a game starring one of our favorite Jedis. In 2001, LucasArts releasedContinue reading “Star Wars: Obi-Wan Review”

Adventure Island II Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! When gamers couldn’t get enough of adventure or islands, Now Production and Hudson Soft rushed to push a sequel out for Adventure Island. In 1991, they released Adventure Island II for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Our favorite beach bum Master Higgins is back and once again he will rescue aContinue reading “Adventure Island II Review”