This week I’m taking a look at Nintendo Power #16, for September of 1990.
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Games Reviewed (Starred titles are picks of the issue):
Maniac Mansion – Lucasarts – NES
Rollergames – Konami – NES
Snake, Rattle & Roll – Rare – NES
Kickle Cubicle – Irem – NES*
Mission: Impossible – Konami – NES
TMNT: Fall of the Foot Clan – Konami – GB
Cosmo Tank – Atlus – GB
Quarth – Konami – GB*
Skate or Die: Bad ‘n Rad – Konami – GB
This episode I’m taking a look at Nintendo Power’s second strategy guide issue, and with it Ninja Gaiden 2.
After a bit of a delay, I’m posting my review of the next issue of Nintendo Power.
This time I’m taking a look at issue #14 of Nintendo Power, for July of 1990.
* Chip & Dale’s Rescue Rangers – Capcom (Pick of the Issue)
* Snake’s Revenge – Konami
* Golgo 13: The Mafat Conspiracy – Vic Tokai
* Solstice – CSG Imagesoft
* Crystalis – SNK
* Double Dragon (Game Boy) – Tradewest
* Wizards & Warriors X – Acclaim
So, I forgot to post part 8 of my Let’s Play of Remember Me yesterday, so I’m going to make up for that today.
And now here’s part 9.
After a long absence, the Nintendo Power Retrospectives return, with part 22.
This week I’m reviewing a whole slew of books at once, with a look at James Blish’s collected adaptations of Star Trek episodes.
This episode we’re hitting Nintendo Power #11, with an unfortunately mediocre lineup, in spite of the cover.
- Silent Service
- A Boy and his Blob
- Wrath of the Black Manta