I have to be honest, it's rad how many different Pinball games came out and still do. This one from June of 1991 is one of the best NES ones. I rag on Pinball games from time to time because there are so many if you count computers but they are fun; it's true.
In true form of any movie property turned into a video game; this game is top ten best games of all time. Nope. Not true. Since they pretty much all suck don't expect more from this one when you buy it starting today in 1991.
When this game released today in '87 it was instantly known that it was the opposite of a mocho game. Not in a bad way or anything strange but you know those certain guys that can't have a pink cup or do anything they perceive as weak? This game is the opposite. It's as if they took a fighter jet game but instead made it a dragon and added nerdy Middle Earth stuff. Fun game. Just funny.
Today in '86 you once again had a title that took so many quarters but now you may cash in your Grandma money to buy it one final time for the basement. And it was good. Pop You or Bust!
This game that lasts forever was released to our basements today in 1986. There are a billion levels of fun to this outstanding puzzle game everyone loves. But wait there's more; so much so there's a 2.
Starting today in 1983 Mario along with his super awesome and way cooler brother Luigi have been called upon to correct the sewers from some weirdo monsters. Little did they know it would set a whirlwind adventure that would last an infinite amount of lives. Don't forget to play for extra lives in the hidden Part 3 section.
Double Dragon came home to all of our delights this month in 1988. If you don't like this game, I don't like you. Pretty simple stuff here. It's so good it made a cameo in The Wizard. "California"
When Flying Warriors was released on June 6th, 1986, I didn't care.
When I would be forced to watch this cartoon while waiting for better ones to start after school I always thought Monterey Jack is a great name for a mouse character like he was. And that was the end of my praise for it. Today in 1990 this one came home but unfortunately I never owned the sequel which is worth its weight in gold.
This is easily my favorite Indiana Jones movie and since the games aren't the greatest ever I'll say this is my favorite one. So thanks to June 1st, 1989 we could discuss the origins of Indy's name at home in an 8 bit format.