|twinkieafternoon - 2009-12-12 |
He's firing, but the ammo indicator isn't changing.
Also, he got shot, but his morale didn't drop.
|snothouse - 2009-12-12 |
Charlie was close in the hedge maze, I could feel it.
|Frank Rizzo - 2009-12-12 |
pew pew pew...
|a flaming monkey - 2009-12-12 |
I can understand preserving these games for historical posterity... but actually playing them... It boggles the mind
|manfred - 2009-12-12 |
you weren't there, man
|boggy84 - 2009-12-12 |
Best game based on an Oliver Stone movie until the release of Magical JFK Densetsu.
|ztc - 2009-12-12 |
Ha, Ocean Software were responsible for some terrible things.
|EVILdogshu - 2009-12-12 |
I had this for the C64. The gameplay and graphics were exactly the same. I really *wanted* to like the game, maybe because I didn't have many infantry shooters. But no, I don't think I ever got out of that maze. Mostly because I didn't know the cheats like this guy apparently did.
PS Airborne Ranger FTW
|Camonk - 2009-12-12 |
The description makes me think we should have a holiday called Garbage Day, where we all get off work and get to just watch Garbage Day over and over.
|baleen - 2009-12-12 |
|ez - 2009-12-12 |
I remember a friend having this. Even back then you couldn't force yourself to play this for more than 5 or 10 minutes. The Rambo game was possibly worse.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2009-12-12 |
Serious-sounding music on the NES.
|memedumpster - 2009-12-12 |
The piss you off game of the year!
|Jet Bin Fever - 2009-12-12 |
In the 80s Nintendo tried to pass off that "OFFICIALLY LICENSED BY NINTENDO OF AMERICA" as a seal of quality... good try guys, good try.
Remember that company Tengen that made games for the Nintendo but fought the licensing rules the whole way? Their versions of Rolling Thunder, Shinobi, and Afterburner were far superior in every respect to the versions licensed by Nintendo.
They finally got sued over their superior version of Tetris and I believe that had to shut down soon afterwards.
True heroes all.
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