Blogging live to you and yours! It's your boy TWOTALL4UFOOL! Now most of you know where I stand on emulation! To make it short and sweet I believe it is ok as long as it is not current generation games! But one thing that makes me mad is when I see ads from some random … Continue reading Don’t Buy Pirated Games!
Blogging live to you and yours! It's your boy TWOTALL4UFOOL! So for my recent retro game review I played the game using a GPD XD GamePad. I've had this thing a little over a year now. Since I'm on the go a bit more these days I find myself using it a bit more. So … Continue reading Product Review: GPD XD GamePad
Players: 2 Co-op: Yes Genre: Action-Adventure/Beat 'Em Up Release Date: 12/11/1992 ESRB Rating: E Developer: Konami Publisher: Konami Platform Reviewed On: GPD XD (RetroArch Core: Genesis Plus GX ) Additional Platforms: Sega Genesis/Mega Drive Initial Thoughts: In my youth I thought I had played every Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game growing up. But since I was on team Nintendo (and later Super Nintendo) I forgot … Continue reading Retro Game Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Hyperstone Heist
Blogging live to you and yours! It's your boy TWOTALL4UFOOL! 2019 is shaping up for a great year in video games. But this blog wouldn't be what it is I feel without the Retro Game Reviews I do for you guys. I have an idea of games I want to do for 2019. I usually … Continue reading Retro Games To Review For 2019
Blogging live to you and yours! It's your boy TWOTAL4UFOOL! A lot of us love to play retro games. I've realized since watching a bunch of different channels on YouTube and reading many different blog sites, and blog posts that there is still a market for playing retro games. It's a lot bigger than I … Continue reading How Do You Play Retro Games?: Original Hardware vs. Emulation
Blogging live to you and yours! It's your boy TWOTALL4UFOOL! Last Saturday there was an event near my home in Southern California I had the pleasure of going to. It was called The Retro City Festival. You can check out their website by clicking here. It was their 2nd annual one. And I had myself … Continue reading Retro City Festival 2019 Review
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=88ACUOvfDEw#action=share I know I asked this question last month. But I feel I need to ask it again. Now that the games have been announced. If you want to see the list click here and take a look for yourselves. I was impressed that they made the right decisions on some of the games but they … Continue reading PS1 Classic Games Released? Are you still going to buy it?
Players: 1 Co-op: No Genre: Educational Release Date: 06/01/1993 ESRB Rating: E Developer: Software Creations, Radical Entertainment (NES Version) Publisher: The Software Toolsworks, Inc. Platform Reviewed On: PC (RetroArch Core: SNES9x_2010) Additional Platforms: Nintendo Entertainment System, Super Nintendo Entertainment System, MS-DOS Initial Thoughts: I played this game long ago as a kid. Some of you out there reading this were probably babies when … Continue reading Retro Game Review: Mario Is Missing!
Players: 1 Co-op: No Genre: Action, Adventure Release Date: 08/30/1994 ESRB Rating: E Developer: Hudson Entertainment, Inc. Publisher: Hudson Entertainment, Inc. Platform Reviewed On: PC (RetroArch Core: SNES9x_2010) Additional Platforms: Super Nintendo Entertainment System Initial Thoughts: Funny story about why I decided to review this game. My wife had turned on the movie An American Tail for my daughter a few months back. And it … Continue reading Retro Game Review: An American Tail: Fievel Goes West
Players: 1 Co-op: No Genre: Shooter Release Date: 08/25/1989 ESRB Rating: E Developer: Enigma Variations Ltd |Ocean | Ocean Software Ltd. Publisher: Data East Corporation Platform Reviewed On: Nvidia Shield Android TV (Retroarch core: Nestopia) Additional Platforms: Nintendo Entertainment System, Arcade, and various other platforms with different developers. Initial Thoughts: In the late 1980's and early 90's RoboCop was huge. Now even though the movie was … Continue reading Retro Game Review: RoboCop