The game and the hardness aside, WTF are those enemy things? I'm gonna have nightmares.
The tinny, infinitely looping Atari Bach is the best part, which doesn't say much for it.
it's called bros, you rescue your bro. you have 100 seconds per level
SORRY BUT YOUR BROTHER IS IN ANOTHER CASTLE
|pressed peanut sweepings |
This makes the original look like a glorious fountain of animation.
-1 because I feel like I'm being too liberal with my stars lately.
Seeing that "obey authority" video the other day made me realize just how bad the situation has gotten.
I can understand where you're coming from, but I feel like it's kind of a futile - maybe even destructive - effort until the state has been properly smashed.
I *am* sometimes tempted to spite-four-star a weak video if it looks like its going to drop off the front page with a perfect rating while amazing videos with a million five star votes languish forever in four-and-a-half-star hell because of some jerk who decided he suddenly wanted to give a more thoughtful, careful rating.
Let's debate rating videos! Yay, let's have strong opinions about video games!
As Mario lay dying from his fourth stroke, he tried to remember the good times, but they only seemed like a pale fevered madness to him now.
|Caminante Nocturno |
The level-end sound makes it feel like the player has done something wrong.
I knew somebody who had an Atari computer and he had this game among others.
That's...that's all I have to add, really.
|Mike Tyson?! |
This is better than the official port Nintendo licensed to Hudson for DOS-PCs.
If you go above the top of an underground map, smoke starts coming out of your disk drive.
|Robin Kestrel |
I still have a working 800XL with a printer, a touchscreen pad, and two external floppies.
So do you think this is the best the Atari 800 could do, or did the programmer suck?
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