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Kirby’s Adventure Review

Kirby’s Adventure Review

Kirby's Adventure was made by HAL Laboratory, who also created Kirby's Dream Land and Kirby Super Star. This 8-bit game was released as an NES title in 1993, and later re-released on the Wii's Virtual Console in 2009. This is the second retro game in a series of video...

Final Fantasy NES Review

Final Fantasy NES Review

Final Fantasy for NES was the original retro game in the popular Final Fantasy series. Developed by Square, it was released in Japan on December 18, 1987, and in North America on September 2, 1990. The NES version of Final Fantasy is similar to another 8-bit game by...

Castlevania 2: Castlevania Simon’s Quest Review

Castlevania 2: Castlevania Simon’s Quest Review

Castlevania 2: Simon's Quest was originally released in North America on the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1987. It’s the sequel to the first great 8-bit game in the Castlevania game series, which brings back Simon Belmont as the protagonist who must destroy...

Contra NES Review

Contra NES Review

The NES video game Contra is an action game that was developed by the Japanese company Konami, and it was based on the arcade game of the same name. Our Contra NES review will have the whole low-down for you. Game Story The story in the Contra NES retro game is...

Double Dragon 2: The Revenge Review

Double Dragon 2: The Revenge Review

"Double Dragon 2: The Revenge" was released by Technōs Japan in 1988 for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It’s the sequel to the original 8-bit game Double Dragon on the NES game "Double Dragon", one of the earliest and most influential beat 'em up games. This great...

8-Bit Games – The Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)

8-Bit Games – The Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)

Nintendo, credited with popularizing 8-bit gaming, gained even more popularity with the release of their Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) in 1985. 8-bit games use 8-bit graphics, sound, and processing power. 8-bit gaming offered more realistic graphics and sounds...

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