Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to guide three IMF agents past some cartoonish traps.
The humble beginnings of a worldwide franchise. Map through a series of surprisingly large dungeons while convincing the demons you fight to join your team.
The genre-defining original. The NES/Famicom original may not be the best version for a modern era, but it still plays well and is a fascinating evolution when looking at what came before it.
Let’s take a look at a sleeper NES hit and restore its good name after Scott Pilgrim vs. The World did unfortunate things to its legacy.
Let’s go through caves, a giant house, and even under the sea in our quest to save Annie the Mermaid armed with little more than a yo-yo and some gumption! We might even meet Konami Man!
After the earthquake that was Super Mario Bros., eventually, there was going to be an aftershock, so let’s take a look at the sequel to the seminal 1985 title that doesn’t really feel like a sequel.