20 years ago today was the originally planned launch day for the N64 in North America, so Roger has five exclusive titles for it! Did your favorite make the cut? Watch to find out!
The Nintendo Entertainment Celebration continues for today’s entry in the Curse of 31 Days of Horror Games! Today is the 30th anniversary of the NES launch in North America, so Roger’s got five spooky games that remain NES exclusives!
The Nintendo Entertainment Celebration kicks off as I compare the Japanese version of Super Mario Bros. 2 (a.k.a. The Lost Levels) with the US version.
Merry nothing to do with Christmas! After all that SEGA, it was time to do something… not SEGA. So c’mon Jackie Chan, whoa-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh!
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The Summer of SEGA begins! Shinobi in the arcade, on the NES and the Master System.
Yes, I know it’s June now, but we’re going to consider this the May episode of SNDG, and you’ll have another episode by the end of the month. I’m looking at Image Fight for the PC Engine and NES this time!
I somehow neglected to post this here. It’s been on Gamefira.com for over a month, but I never posted it here, so if you missed it, here it is! I’m taking on woefully under-remembered NES game Power Blade!
Joe and Eric get together with guests Ethan Cheng, Nick Rycar and Jeremy Signor to talk about the history of WWF games, starting with Microleague Wrestling all the way up through the Smackdown vs. Raw series. Madness ensues! Much shorter than last year’s Wrestlemania podcast!
This time, I’m taking on a double dose of Double Dragon!
Fear. It doesn’t have to be something jumping out at you, or something chasing you, or even something like a snake (fuck snakes). Fear can also be something as ridiculous as speaking in public, or being alone, or being afraid of pickles like that one girl from that YouTube video that’s been going around for a few years now. Everybody has something they’re afraid of, and if you say you aren’t afraid of anything, then you’re lying to yourself, because everybody has that thing that raises their anxiety level through the goddamn roof that they will do whatever they can to avoid it.
My fear? Water.
In general it’s probably bad form to introduce something by talking about its negative qualities. After all, if you’ve already played today’s game, Monster Party, then you probably clicked this to read about a game you enjoyed, and if you haven’t, starting this article by bashing it makes the following praise sound hollow. But hey, we love being unconventional almost as much as we love mixed metaphors here at On the Stick, and personally I’d rather sweep the dust under the rug and keep on truckin’.
This time out, I’m looking at Super Dodge Ball for the NES and Nekketsu Koukou Dodge Ball Bu: PC Bangai Hen for the PC Engine!
The game for May is Strider! Check back every month for new episodes!