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|Stevie 764's Last 10 Game Comments (view last 100)||Sonic Classic Heroes||I added in screenshots 2 and 3 for the game. I wasn't sure what screenshots to assign to the game, so I put what I thought would work.||Sonic Green Snake (v3.68)||This hack is funny although it is the hack of shame. I use Gens for Sonic Rom Hacks.||Extra Mario Bros||this is a great hack, it mixes metroid and mario together and what do you get? This game.||Super Mario World - Koopa Troopa||this game is funny!||Pac-Man World||this game is ok||Tetris Attack||please||Tetris Attack||now||Tetris Attack||please tell me how to use frame advance||botanical slimming soft gel||too fun||Panel de Pon||awesome|
|Stevie 764's Last 5 Game Reviews (view last 25)||
12-22-12 01:30 PM
| Good game, but controls are crap. (Staff review #12)
Urban Champion, a game where you punch your opponents until they fall into a sewer hole, because that's what it looks like.
Instructions: The goal is to KO your opponents by repeatedly punching them to a hole in the ground where they will fall and die. Simple enough. You and your opponent get 3 lives, but if you lose them, the game ends. (No Game Over text shown... o_O) You can also have a 2 player game where you and your friend battle to see who's the Urban Champion. You have a stamina meter, which goes down when blocking, and attacking. I don't know what happens when it runs out though. There's also a time limit, too,
Graphics - 6
Not the best I would see, but if it is done well, it can be qualified as "ok". The background is just a lot of buildings and stuff. The animation of blocking and punching seems ok, also.
Sound - 5
Not very good, although people like NES soundtracks, I somehow prefer modern game soundtracks in 8-bit using the VRC6 chip famitracker that can be downloaded to do, honestly.
Addictiveness - 3
I don't prefer this game fun if I can't even KO a opponent, not even once! I tried so hard, trying to tap button combinations furiously trying to just win once, but no luck.
Difficulty - 10
This game is even harder than I thought it would even be classified as! :( If you were to hear the name of the game, you would think of it being a good game with good controls, but it's the COMPLETE OPPOSITE! I can't even get my opponent down once because of how impossible it is to know the controls, and since you can't change the difficulty which definitly sucks, that's why I never played this game ever again after first trying! It's so damn hard!!!
Story - N/A
Another game with no storyline, but this mostly happens with NES games, as in most don't really have a story, or either the story is bad, or good, I ... Read the rest of this Review
12-20-12 07:22 PM
| Mario as a doctor!? (Staff review #11)
Dr. Mario, a game where you simply clear out viruses by dropping pills of the same color.
Instructions: The goal is to drop pills and match the same color of pills and viruses together in a horizontal or vertical line to clear out viruses or other pills blocking them. It's simple, but depending on the speed, depends on how hard it will get in later levels. You can set the speed of low, medium, and high speed, which it's best to select slower speeds if you aren't fast, and select faster speeds when you are really quick or for a challenge. When starting, you only have to clear a small amount of viruses, but later on, it increases up to almost 100 on level 20. If the space of the pills overlap on the very top where they come in, the game ends. You earn points from clearing viruses from doing just one, or multiple. Scores increase higher with bigger virus combos and chains. By clearing all the viruses in the level, you move on, and every 5 levels, there's a secret bonus after completing the level that you must see yourself. There's also a 2 player mode if you really have anyone to play with, with the goal to get 3 wins before your other person does.
Graphics - 7
It is nice, especially the viruses, since they really look crazy. Mario or in this game, Dr. Mario is all good, despite the NES limits of doing only 256 pixels horizontally and vertically.
Sound - 7
The sounds are appropiate, but despite the two music tracks the game has other than the title screen and game options screen, it still is fun to listen to some music if you love Mario.
Addictiveness - 6
It is fun from the start, but as the levels go on, more viruses come in and eventually, it becomes very hard. Basicly, since it is a high score game, it may be a game that has a end. Hint, try to get to level 24 and beat it. That's the only hint you'll get to see if the game really ends.
Story - ... Read the rest of this Review
Super Mario World
11-26-12 06:47 PM
| This is super! (staff review #10)
At a rapid pace, I introduce, Mario, in a super world!
Instructions: Everybody's favorite character, Mario, must save Princess Peach after getting kidnapped by Mario's enemy, Bowser. You play through 7 worlds, with a total of 96 levels to play through. You have a set time limit in every level, except for the bonus stages after earning 100 stars. When the time limit runs out, you die, like every other game in existance does. You collect bonus stars by crossing the tape at the right time near the top. When you get 100 stars, you go to a bonus stage to earn up to 8 possible 1-ups. You get 5 lives, you can cap it at 99. Mostly for the last levels in the game, because it can help out with 99 lives. The live counter resets after resetting the game, though, like some other games. Not very common. You do earn points by stomping enemies, collecting special coins, and comboing enemies, along with time bonuses. You can cap it at 9,999,990. There's a problem, it resets too when resetting. It's easier to cap your life count and score on the Game Boy Advance port since the GBA version saves your lives and score when you save your game.
Graphics - 10
No wonder why the game is super! The graphics are amazing, especially if you were new to the SNES system. It was perfect, and I can't disagree at all. The sprites are very detailed. Although with the SNES era, more pixels had to be made. Thanks to that, the sprites became more awesome with later and more modern systems. This is what super nintendo can easily do, super things.
Sound - 8
The music is nice and relaxing, but sometimes, some soundtracks are a little haunt making, especially the ghost houses spread around most of the worlds. The sound effects are good. Mario's jump sound is more polished, but it gets repetitive. There are many sounds that I find nice, but do I have to keep talking about this every time?
Addictiveness - 8
11-24-12 04:28 PM
| The amazing game. :) (Staff review #9)
A Kirby game that not only showed kirby's real color of pink, but also had lots of technology at the time of the year 1993 near the end of the NES time to make awesome music, lots of stages, and lots more. :)
Instructions: You play as the popular loved pink puff ball named Kirby, who travels through 6 worlds obtaining pieces of the shattered star rod to give dreams to dream land again. You start with 4 lives (mainly 5 of you count the 00 on the life counter) and can only take 6 hits before you die. You can gain extra lives from finding 1-up icons, and playing bonus games. This however resets back to 4 lives after resetting the game. You can have 99 lives cap, 9,999,990 points cap, and you can have several copy abilities to get from swallowing certain enemies. When you swallow enemies, you get abilities depending on what enemy you swallowed. The story is also explained in great detail if you wait on the title screen for a few moments.
Graphics - 8
Amazing NES graphics, I have to say. The backgrounds are well made and some interest me, such as the mountain background. The main part comes from sprites. They are all beyond perfect for NES limitations. The animations are great, too.
Sound - 10
Pretty much the best the NES can do for music. It is the music people back in the 2000's and late 1990's probably may have listen to as a Kirby fan. I don't know exactly about that. Too long back to think correctly.
Addictiveness - 10
This what a game would be, fun. But back in 1993, this was a hotseller for the Kirby series. It is very fun and if you ever find a copy now, they are rare to find since it was barely 19 years since it came out on NES. You can nowadays play it on vizzed here. (the link above this review where it says "Play Kirby's Adventure online") It is super fun and you should play it. You can also play it on the new Kirby game for the Wii, "Kirby's Dream Colle... Read the rest of this Review
11-22-12 12:31 PM
| THIS IS CRAP!!! (Staff review #8)
If you saw my Genesis review of this game, you'll know what to expect from this horrible port. If not, take a look at it.
Note that both Master System and Game Gear ports are the exact same, except for a screen size difference.
Sonic Spinball, a game that was very fun for it's time, despite it being only 4 levels that don't stop increasing difficulty so fast. The Genesis version had to be the best of all the ports. When the Game Gear / Master System versions came out, SEGA failed to make it live up to the Genesis and made different level layouts.
Instructions: Obviously, you play as sonic, and he has to stop robotnik with his pinball abilites. You collect the chaos emeralds in each level. In levels 1 and 2, there's only 3 emeralds. In levels 3 and 4, there's 5. There's 4 levels, and in the portable versions, you can use continues, either 3, 5, or 7. You can get more by finding secret places in the levels, but it shall not be spoiled in any way. You also find extra lives and a special code in secret spots. That can't be spoiled not even 1 bit. There are bonus stages after every level except for the level, but instead of pinball bonus rounds to earn jackpots when winning, it's a crappy bonus round where you have to either collect rings or bumpers to advance in the bonus stage until the end with a set time limit.
Graphics - 6
Same old graphics. It gets way too old, but it's only 8-bit, give it a chance. Not very perfect, but it does make things stand out ok. The textures are ok. There are less colors used than the Genesis, though. The character sprites and enemies look the same 8-bit graphics every time, except for the first 2 sonic Game Gear games. The colors in all ports of Sonic Spinball stand out good. The sprites are ok, and the same with the background and other stuff.
Sound - 4
It's crappy sound. This port has completly different music than the Genesis, whi... Read the rest of this Review
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|Action 52 (nes), Action 52 (nes), Action 52 (nes), Action 52 (nes), Action 52 (nes), Action 52 (nes), Super Mario Frustration (forever) (nes), Pac-Man (Tengen) (nes), Pac-Man (Tengen) (nes), Super Mario Bros (nes), Super Mario Bros (nes), Super Mario Bros (nes), Super Mario Bros (nes), Nightmare On Elm Street (nes), Kirby Super Star (snes), Pac-Man (Tengen) (nes), Pac-Man (Tengen) (nes), Battletoads (nes), Battletoads (nes), Sonic and Knuckles & Sonic 3 (gen), Sonic and Knuckles & Sonic 3 (gen), Sonic and Knuckles & Sonic 3 (gen), Sonic and Knuckles & Sonic 3 (gen), Battletoads (nes), Battletoads (nes), Battletoads (nes), Battletoads (nes), Kirby Super Star (snes), Kirby Super Star (snes), Super Mario Bros 3 (nes), Super Mario Bros 3 (nes), Super Mario Bros 3 (nes), Super Mario Bros 3 (nes), Super Mario Bros 3 (nes), Super Mario Bros 3 (nes), Super Mario Bros 3 (nes), Super Mario Bros 3 (nes), Super Mario Bros 3 (nes), Action 52 (nes), Super Mario Bros 3 (nes), Nightmare On Elm Street (nes), Nightmare On Elm Street (nes), Nightmare On Elm Street (nes), Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (gen), Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (gen), Nightmare On Elm Street (nes), Nightmare On Elm Street (nes), Tetris DX (gbc), Tetris DX (gbc), Tetris DX (gbc),|
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