A Double Dragon knockoff that would have been much better then a lot of the Double Dragon sequels. The game has Ryan and Alex who attend highschool together going across town to the rival highschool where another student has kidnapped Ryan's girlfriend and recruited gangs to stop Ryan and Alex from saving her. Use weapons, travel from place to place, learn techniques and chow down to raise your levels up. A great game and it should have had more games follow it.
See the full review, ""What do you want to do tonight? Watch Ralph and Barry BARF!?"".
The first game set up the series and the second one beefed it up with more stages, weapons and better sound and graphics but the third one to me is gold. Take Mega Man and Rush the dog to save the world from a mysterious new force. Well it has to be since Dr. Wily is now working with Dr. Wright, right?
See the full review, "Second time was the charm, but the third makes it better yet.".
The only real lightgun game I played and liked with Mr. Stevenson being guided by you the player across the stage dodging bottles, cars, birds and more. Best tip as with any light gun game, get three feet in front of the screen and shoot what you want.
Not the greatest game but one I remember friends and I loving to play. Sticky controls and some cheap spots, not to mention an item that had a reverse effect then what it was supposed to have, it was still fun gaining gold, building levels and searching towers for monsters.
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The monsters you battled were lame but the quest was big and your treasures were hidden. A lot of backtracking and trial and error was needed but you get that real sense of accomplishment when you finish it.
Mostly forgotten about having come out the same time as Metroid which became a huge franchise but Kid Icarus had great platforming and it was fun but damn it could be hard too. Take Pit the Angel through the underground dungeons, into the overworld plains and into the sky and the conquered palace to save Athena.
I played this later but it's still great. I love all the Dragon Warrior/Quest games and out of the 4 on NES, this one is the best and I played these games more then some SNES games I had at the same time. Great game and a real good RPG experience.
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More fun from Tecmos, who brought us the aforementioned River City Ransom. Great fun with a second player or by yourself, though I would have liked playing as other teams through the single player mode.
This game may show no mercy but much like the Super Mario Brothers 3, took what made the first game great and built upon it. Great game and if you can finish it, pat yourself on the back since you deserve it.
Floaty controls, a sharp challenge increase and unrecognizable foes didn't stop this from being fun. Tough but really fun and I like it the most out of the NES Turtles games and it helped that it was more unique compared to the other two.
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You could finally get some two player simultaneous action in Double Dragon on NES. The controls were a little stiff and the reversing controls depending on which way you faced was annoying but the game wasn't too hard and it was a lot of fun.
Another one of those games you can play all day long with trapping monsters and gathering treasures. Another case of a game having some bad controls with you character having poor and slow movement but the game itself is a blast to play, especially with a friend.
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