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rePlayed: Adventures in the Magic Kingdom for the NES

In Adventures in the Magic Kingdom for the NES you control a very anonymous kid who helps Mickey Mouse find the Golden Key lost by the clumsy Goofy inside the Magic Kingdom. To get to the Golden Key, you must first acquire six silver keys to unlock Cinderella’s Castle. To obtain the keys you complete […]

rePlayed: NBA Jam Tournament Edition for the Super Nintendo

NBA Jam Tournament Edition is the sequel to the original NBA Jam. The game had an updated roster and many hidden characters — a staple of the NBA Jam franchise. Additionally, Tournament Edition included additional SuperJam power-ups, more detailed player attributes, player substitutions after each quarter, injuries and a new soundtrack. It was overall an […]

rePlayed: X-Men for the Genesis

X-Men was one of the key Genesis titles that fans of that console had in the arsenal against the Super Nintendo fan boys. If you did not own a Genesis, you had to constantly hear about how good X-Men was. I was lucky enough to own both systems, so I got to play and enjoy […]

rePlayed: BattleTanx for Nintendo 64

Although BattleTanx for the Nintendo 64 earned average to mediocre scores from the video game media, the game earned its rightful place alongside Goldeneye, Mario Kart 64, Super Smash Bros, and San Francisco Rush in the Nintendo 64 owners multiplayer wall of fame. If you think that’s good company, you’d be right. Why We Loved […]

rePlayed: Little Nemo The Dream Master for the Nintendo

Released on the NES in 1990 by Capcom, Little Nemo: The Dream Master is a game in which the hero, Little Nemo, must make its way into Nightmare land to rescue Morpheus, the king of Slumberland. The game offers eight levels. In each level you had to collect a certain number of keys in order […]