Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: The Manhattan Project (Nintendo Entertainment System, 1992)
Basically the same game as 1 & 2, BUT RARER, still fun
This game isn't the easiest TMNT game to come across, so if you can get it in single digits you should grab it. It's not a bad game but just too much like it's predecessors to warrant high praise. The old TMNT are so much cooler than the new ones, how could they get rid of t...Lire toute la critique
A system that teaches humility! Great for the kids.
I'm a lifelong gamer, heck I pre date the NES, I'm talking Coleco and Odyssey times. I've noticed over the years games have gotten progressively easier and easier, giving kids an inflated ego over their imaginary skills. I'm no soapbox stander yelling for less video game vio...Lire toute la critique
Spy vs. Spy (Nintendo Entertainment System, 1988)
It was sweet then, and now......
It's really not fair to evaluate games with huge time gaps, but it's hard not to. This game was a decent title at its inception and rightly deserves to not be forgotten, but sadly to most, it will be. It's a bit weird gameplay wise but keeps the basic story of Black vs. Whit...Lire toute la critique