Metroid Fusion Game Boy Advance Review

For those who have not played a Metroid before, it’s a side scrolling sci-fi adventure that takes you through an incredible world and the way you get through this world is with your gun that can be powered up by missiles, charges and bombs. For those who have played a Metroid game before, Samus (Metroid’s heroine) has been infected by a parasite. A parasite that has now infected everything on board a space lab! A lab is not exactly a world; in fact it is blatantly divided into eight levels. Samus is lucky though, because she is already infected, so … Continue reading Metroid Fusion Game Boy Advance Review

Mortal Kombat Deadly Alliance Game Boy Advance Review

To start with the fighting is in 3D, there are seven playable characters (Jax, Sonya, Scorpion, Kung Lao, Kenshi, Ki Mei and Frost) and five hidden characters to unlock (Kitana, Kano, Sub-Zero, Kwan Chi, Shang Tsung). The fighting controls are very simple, the A button is the kick button, the B button is the punch and the R button is for blocking. What makes this different than other portable fighting games is that usually a character has one set of fighting moves, and a few special moves to use, but with this game each character has two different fighting styles! … Continue reading Mortal Kombat Deadly Alliance Game Boy Advance Review

Gauntlet Dark Legacy Game Boy Advance Review

This is true Gauntlet insanity! Gauntlet is a game that is just that; a gauntlet. You are one of four heroes (archer, barbarian, Viking, or sorcerer) sent on a quest (I have no idea what that quest is), that you must enter a labyrinth (you see a bird’s eye view) and work your way from the start point to the exit that takes you to the next labyrinth by any means necessary. So why is this game a gauntlet? There are enemy houses in the labyrinth, and when you see them they begin producing enemies and they do not stop … Continue reading Gauntlet Dark Legacy Game Boy Advance Review