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.
Let’s go back thirty years to take a look at one of the most adorable action games ever made and a reminder that the journey can be more fun than the destination.
Professional Wrestling is translated in Japanese as Purofessionaru Resuringu. It also translates into a deceptively good NES game.
Very, very rarely do I get to describe a game as “The X-Files combined with every Jimmy Buffett album ever”. This is one of those times.
Wellll, in 1989 we took a little trip, along with ol’ Konami down the mighty Mississipp’, we took a little bacon and we took a little beans, and we went to punch some bad guys in the town of New Orleans.
The ghost with the most gets the release with the least in a isometric adventure with some generic NES platform levels.