|The Mothership |
I'd forgotten about Dreamland. what a dumb fun game. Also this was impossible to beat without spending a fucking bundle, even at the 5 cent arcades nowadays it'll cost you a couple bucks to get through.
I just realized, you could swap a few graphics around and turn this into a "King of Kong" game, where you are Steve Wiebe trying to get your Donkey Kong motherboard back from Billy Mitchell.
Not to be grouchy with my rating, but there is a full length run-through of the game with four players, which is superior in every way. So -3 stars for the three other players this video lacks.
Ah hell, I can't give this video anything under a 5 for finding out that Marge has the Life in Hell bunny ears under that blue bee-hive.
I beat this game once. That was a good day.
This game was way better than Hit & Run.
I loved this game so much. Its a shame they never ported it over to a console.
Actually, you can download it for Xbox Live and Playstation Network now.
I have a PS3. I'll have to do that.
This was probably the first licensed video game that truly replicated the feel and spirit of its license, rather than just copy-pasting popular cartoon characters into a generic platformer.
One of the highlights of my childhood was a birthday I had at Chuck E. Cheese where the games were turned to free play for one hour. I ignored every other arcade game and just marathoned my way through this game with my brother.
Since it was my birthday, I got to force him to play as Lisa the whole time. This was hilarious when I was 7.
Good times for video games, back when Konami actually gave a fuck about making games.
|Caminante Nocturno |
I wonder how much money I ended up giving this game...
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