WWF: Superstars Game Boy Review

This is the first WWF Game Boy game, the graphics are good for the Game Boy, but there isn’t really too much to it. Hulk Hogan, Randy Savage, the Ultimate Warrior, Ted Dibiase and Mr. Perfect are all here, but with the same moves. Five wrestlers, only 1 vs 1 matches make for a very short game. There is out of the ring action if you push select at the right time, but mostly its kicks, punches, stomps, running elbow drops, slams and suplexes. No finishers, but each wrestler has a generic special move. The other WWF games for Game … Continue reading WWF: Superstars Game Boy Review

Ren & Stimpy: Veediots Game Boy Review

Veediots is a platform game starring Ren & Stimpy (they were drawn by the same people that do Sponge Bob)! Each area has a unique theme, but it goes by pretty quick. Quick is a good thing in this case, because there are no passwords or game saves. The first level stars Ren as a rat as he evades Stimpy (a cat). Easy enough, then it switches themes to Stimpy’s lab. Six levels of it, and there are more puzzle elements to this which makes it a nice change of pace. Flip switches, open doors, use blow torches to melt … Continue reading Ren & Stimpy: Veediots Game Boy Review

Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins Game Boy Review

For those who don’t know this is a portable platforming Mario game for Gameboy. Simple controls, A to jump, B to run or use fireballs and the directional pad to duck and move. This feels like a mix and sequel to Super Mario World in terms of look and gameplay. They did a lot with the gameboy’s limitations. This is an amazing game by any standard let alone the original tiny, hard to see Super Mario Land for Gameboy. This game offers bigger, detailed graphics, new enemies, new moves, new power ups (like the flying carrot), and a whole new … Continue reading Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins Game Boy Review