The 6 Most Valuable Games of All Time (Quantified By NBA Live ’95)

by Dracophile
“Just how many copies of this crappy basketball game would it take to equal the value of just one copy (and in many cases the only copy) of the most sought after games out there? Let’s find out.”

REVIEW: Kid Icarus (NES)

by Draacophile
“…most of your journey will be spent jumping from block to block trying to keep Pit from falling all while snakes rain from platforms not on the screen yet and flying one eyed monsters with noclip enabled charge at you.”

REVIEW: Bigfoot (NES)

by Dracophile
“Bigfoot takes everything awesome about monster trucks, and strips it away to nothing more than a shitty button-masher with impossible AI.”

The Skillful

by Dracophile
“He pressed some of the extra buttons on the controller and went from World 1-1 to World 2-1, 3-1, 4-1, all the way to 8-1 and he stopped. Then, he dared to press it again and something completely unexpected happened. World 9-1.”

REVIEW: Thexder (NES)

by Dracophile
“…in space I really don’t think you’re going to be encountering spinning boxes and diamonds with cages around them. If you’ve seen the movie Lawnmower Man you’d know shit like that doesn’t work.”

REVIEW: Demon Sword (NES)

by Dracophile
“Demon Sword is a game that puts all of those really cool (and I use that term very loosely) moves that you see on stupid animes such as Inuyasha into one.”

REVIEW: Nude Barbie (NES)

by Dracophile
“This game set any women’s movements back about 50 years. Barbie’s figure in this game is similar to staring at a spin art machine until you throw up. It’s that bad. The colors clash with everything, she has no fucking arms, it’s just, sad to say the least.”

REVIEW: Super Bros. 10 Kung Fu Mari (NES)

by Dracophile
“There’s a short opening sequence of him doing something at a waterfall, and then running to this old guy, and then running into certain doom which is the rest of the game.”

REVIEW: Taboo – The Sixth Sense (NES)

by Dracophile
“Taboo is another game I have in my infinite collection of vintage gaming that I haven’t gotten around to playing. The reason why? I’m too scared of opening the gates of Hell.”

REVIEW: Super Chinese (NES)

by Dracophile
“How hard can it be to make easy controls for a system that only has 2 buttons on the controller? Pretty fucking hard it seems.”