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Nintendo Reader Reviews

Greetings Toonsters! SP back on this lovely yet scorchingly hot and humid day to bring you all the cooling wind of reader reviews. I could only fit one theme in today, Nintendo reviews, as one of the titles isn't very Retro. They're all by reader Dancin' Homer too. But let's not quibble, let's just begin.

First up we've got a review of a couple NES classics, Battle of Olympus by Broderbund and Willow by Capcom. The nostalgia flows like wine I say! Check Olympus out here and Willow here.

Moving into the future a tad, we've got an SNES review. Bullet-Proof Software's Twisted Tales of Spike McFang. This game falls somewhere between Rygar and Kid Dracula, but it's all good. Check it out here and also check out Dancin' Homer's FAQ up at www.gamefaqs.com. Ugh, I plugged, I feel so dirty.

Finally we've got a review of an N64 game (BWAHAHAHAHAA!!) No seriously, an N64 game for real, honest! This one is of Kemco's Shadowgate 64. See, we allow N64 games into our exclusive RPG club. Anyway, check out the review here.

Well that about wraps it up for this installment friends! There should be more reader reviews coming soon, including a Grandia 2 review, some PSX reviews, and some obscure retro reviews. Oh the humanity! Later!

Date Updated:
August 31st, 2000

Time Updated:
1:05 PM


Sensei Phoenix

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