Darkwing Duck. Capcom (1992) Nintendo


Did you know Darkwing Duck isn’t actually set in the DuckTales universe ? I know Launchpad McQuack is here, but, according to the creators (source), they are separate. And on that bombshell.

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Bucky O’Hare. Konami (1992) Nintendo

The site has become a bit Capcom heavy, so I am going to try upping the Konami output for the month with Konami Month.

I don’t remember Bucky O’Hare. I knew of it as a kid, and I had some of the toys, but after recently watching the 13 episodes that were made for TV I realise I had no recollection of it. Which makes this an odd one for me. I kind of have nostalgia for it, but not really enough to blind me to the faults.

The cartoon is pretty hard to watch now, and can be as cringey as The Turtles cartoon when re-watching, but presumably you came here for the game…
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Mega Man, Capcom (1987) Nintendo


It has taken me 25 years to finally beat Mega Man 1. I can remember borrowing MM1 and MM2 as a child from my mum’s friend, at that age I don’t think I could beat a level, but as time went on, I’d whip it out and have the occasional bash… Continue reading

Mega Man X2. Capcom (1995) Super Nintendo

Mega Man X2

I love Mega Man X, and I even shelled out £120 buying a boxed copy, and it got me thinking, guess I’ll try and get X2…

Don’t bother trying to get X2 in PAL regions, that shit is expensive. Jap, and NTSC regions have it better, and they can get copies for $60, PAL it’ll cost you £300 minimum for X2…

So… I bought it on the WII Virtual Arcade for £7.

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Mega Man X, Capcom (1994) Super Nintendo


I probably can’t talk about Mega Man X without telling you to go watch Ego Raptor’s Sequelitis video. It is good, and unusually well balanced for an internet video, though he may be single handily responsible for the price of Mega Man X going through the roof. My copy cost £125…

So, is Mega Man X one of the greatest game ever?

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