This week I'm going to take a look at one the many licensed tie-in games for the NES, Batman. The first of three Batman games for the console this title was released by Sunsoft in December of 1989. Released to capitalise on the popularity of the Batman film released in the year and, to be … Continue reading NEScyclopedia – Batman
So a few weeks ago I wrote about one of the best selling games of all time and one of the most iconic games of the NES library - in fact of the 8-bit era, Super Mario Bros. This week I going to talk about the final main series Mario game released on the NES, … Continue reading NEScyclopedia – Super Mario Bros 3
This week I’m going to look at a game that I feel is a little underappreciated - Kabuki Quantum Fighter. Published by HAL who also brought us Kirby, everybody’s favourite pink ball of joy, this game is a lesser known title for the NES but that doesn’t mean it’s bad by any means. Human Entertainment, … Continue reading NEScyclopedia – Kabuki Quantum Fighter
This week I’m going to be looking at Punch-Out!!, a staple of any NES collection. This is especially true for those who love to collect variations of games. The boxing game based on Nintendo’s arcade classics, has three different releases on the NES/famicom with each varying from each other slightly. Originally released in Japan as … Continue reading Punch-Out!!
Welcome to the NEScyclopedia. Every week I will be looking at a different NES game in my collection. Some will be well known and familiar to almost anyone, regardless of whether you are a gamer or not whereas others will be less known or more overlooked hidden gems. I’ll be giving my honest opinion on … Continue reading NEScyclopedia – Super Mario Bros.