THe NES games comes to the Genesis with a slight twist.
Soccer Physics is such a ridiculous and fun game. Sometimes akin to the early 2014 favourite, Flappy Bird, this game can be frustratingly addictive. Soccer Physics can be played on PC and iOS.
This game was unbelievable at the time. It was so similar to Road Rash on the Genesis at the time, my brain nearly exploded. To think that phones do that and more now-a-days.
I remember loving this game and it was for a very simple reason, wrestling.
So 7-up the soda-pop has a mascot called Cool Spot. That’s it… The whole point of this game is to drink 7-up really. Must drink 7-up…
I remember seeing the WonderSwan in magazines as a kid & being jealous that I could not import one from Japan. Well it’s been quite awhile and I now have acquired one. For the time this machine was amazing, it was sleek, stylist and thin. The battery pack was actually thicker than the system and used only 1 AA. It lasts quite a while too, which was a big scare to every other portable out there. The WonderSwan was also very inexpensive at the time. Which again, I was very jealous of Japan back then, funny how it’s kind of turned around now.
Who here even remembers these things? Remember having to physically get demo discs? Those were the days weren’t they? Nah, not really, but it was still fun to go check this out again.
I never actually owned a Genesis, but man did I play a heck of a lot of it. ESPN Hockey was also available on the SNES, but I just found that out, so back then this is all I knew. It was a fun side view, TV presentation style, kind of realistic approach to a hockey video game. Overall good stuff, it’s better than alot of these sort of styled hockey titles.
I still remember playing this for the first time. It was on a floppy disk, typing that good old A: followed by calgames. What you got after was magical.
I never owned a Game Gear, so the way I got to play this game was a setup me and my friend had. I would buy him a game I wanted, and he would buy a Game Boy game he wanted. Funny enough we both got a Mega Man game during this exchange and a good transaction it was. Not only did I get to play this weird mish-mash of Mega Man 4 & 5, but then I had a sweet Game Boy title to call my own. Funny what we used to do to play.