This is a glorious game and one that should be in every single person's collection but goddamn does it get hard.
This is one of those examples of "see, video games are for grown ups" titles because it's from an incredibly violent and clearly a film for adults. Truth is, video games are for everybody. Out in December, just in time for Christmas of 1988, get the action packed game that leaves Tom Berenger hanging.
Monopoly is the perfect board game with tons of fun for all ages and it takes 47 hours. But this month in 1991 they brought the new and improved, no need to clean up the money, version. Board Games work really well on all video game platforms and this one is no different.
Today is a weird one because it came out not May 9th but December 9th in 1988 but I don't have a lot of May titles and an abundance of December so here we are. But like any racing game; it's awesome and should be enjoyed by all.
I don't really care about The Three Stooges. In fact it's a go to joke with my wife where we tell our kid something is funny but then realize it's just our parents telling us the Stooges are funny. The funniest thing I think they have done was the opening to this game and since I love to show you daily titles make sure to check out today's.
If you were lucky you played this at the arcade, mall or the bowling alley before we were able to play at home starting in October of '86.
This game is surprisingly fun for a title I never knew about a kid. It's an older one from October in 1988 and well worth you time.
Elevator Action came out in October of '83 and then onto the amazing Nintendo Entertainment System in August of '87. To be honest anytime I play this game I wish it Keystone Kapers on the 2600. That game is cemented into my head from a very young age.
This one from December of 1989 is still a blast. You kind of feel like a side scroller but also having fun with puzzles. I bet the people at Kirby thought "we can make this game cuter".
This Caveman Games not Caveman UGH-Lympics. The latter was the title when this game was first on the Commadore-64 but when Nintendo threw it in our systems in October of 1990 the titles was set. Games is the better name but UGH-Lympics; that's just clever.