Even when Wildmatt saw this box art for the first time in over 20 years, he rejoiced! Did that joy maintain though? Find out on this episode of Old School.
Wildmatt remembers renting this from the laundromat and actually played this before the arcade version. It’s sort of crazy how faithful it is to the arcade version and how well it plays.
Wildmatt is back at it and this time he’s playing Sonic Spinball for the Sega Genesis. Game is cool with a few unwelcomed quirks, but overall very enjoyable game.
Wildmatt plays a pinball game on the road once again.
For the first time in Old School’s history, Matt is recording on the road!
I remember loving this game and it was for a very simple reason, wrestling.
I remember playing this game with my cousin and getting super good at it. Too bad that doesn’t last forever, ah well.
I love shoot-em’ups and this is one of my favourites. It was interesting to see what take people had on the genre, and this one took a slow methodical approach. Your ship moved slow and the bullets didn’t exactly blaze the screen, nor did the enemies (unless they were running away.) That made the few moments of pure madness intense. This is definitely a classic.
I bought this game at PAX East 2012 for one reason only, the weird gold cart. It turned out to be a great buy though. This game is cool, has some variety in the gameplay, granted the formula gets repeated a few times. You pretty much play a Spy Hunter-like game, then a side scrolling platformer, then a climbing game and then a boss. It’s fun, glad I accidentally stumbled onto this one.