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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.
Jet Bin Fever
After watching part of this I decided to fire it up on my mamecab and played it through, it took about 50 "quarters" to beat with my girlfriend playing too. Even getting the references it got pretty dull beating up the same three guys over and over. So, Dreamland was a really nice break.

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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