Today Tennis was dropped into our laps in 1984 and it beep booped forever. There are many Tennis games on the old 8-bit systems and this ranks right at the top.
The Adventure of Link: Zelda 2 entered our realm on the 14th of January in 1987 and it is considered so good I'm dropping it off a day early.
On the 1st of December in 1987 the first Wizard & Warriors game was released but it's the second cover that really made its mark.
Remember when Clint Eastwood talked to an empty chair like a total weirdo? Before that a game of a movie he was in by the name of Dirty Harry shot into our consoles on December 14th, 1990.
Two greats came together this month in 1990 to make a very mediocre game about the phenomenal sport of Tennis.
When this came out on the 6th of January in 1989 I was far too young to understand the power of gambling but now I play Texas Hold 'Em on my Oculus so it would have been a good fit.
Bomberman was released in January in 1987 and it was the start of the fantastic game series. I didn't let it take over my life until I found while babysitting some kids who had it for the Super Nintendo. I will happily buy it for each new system.
I couldn't find a release date for Rocket Ranger outside of the year being 1988 so we're letting him fly out on the 4th.
The Vanna White Edition differs from previous Wheel of Fortune games on the NES in that it actually bears the likeness of Vanna White.
Originally released today, the first of January in 1991 to show off The Great One. It's a solid hockey game and one I'm happy to have and play...