It is hard to believe that it has been fifteen years since the first Toy Story was shown in cinemas across the world. Another aspect of fifteen years ago is the fact that license games hadn’t completely become a dirty word, particularly with Disney games of classic films for the Super Nintendo and Sega Mega … Continue reading
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Developer: Intelligent Systems, Nintendo Publisher: Nintendo Year: 1994, 2007 (Wii), 2013 (Wii-U) Genre: Action-Adventure, Platform Formats: SNES, Virtual Console (tested*) Players: 1 Metroid Series ® & © Nintendo The Last Metroid is in Captivity… The galaxy is at peace… Rare is a game that can potentially give you the creeps and feelings of dread before … Continue reading
Developer/Publisher – Ubisoft Montpellier/Ubisoft Year – 2011 Genre – Platformer Formats – 3DS, PC, PSV, PS3(tested), Xbox 360, Wii Players – 1-4 Rayman Origins © Ubisoft Review copy was courtesy of Ubisoft Rayman had been missing in action for a while now, with Ubisoft instead sending a seemingly never-ending wave of their rabbit-like rabbids in … Continue reading
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Developer/Publisher – Retro Studios / Nintendo Year – 2010 Genre – Platform Formats – Wii Players – 1-2 Donkey Kong Country Returns ® & © Nintendo Review copy provided by Nintendo Released relatively late in the Super Nintendo’s lifetime, the original Donkey Kong Country gave SNES owners something to brag about back in 1994. With … Continue reading
Developer/Publisher – Disney Interactive Year – 2010 Genre – Platform Formats – DS Players – 1 Alice in Wonderland ® & © Disney Review copy provided by Disney Another film, another game to accompany it, this is kind of the way the mantra goes. Once in a while however a licensed game comes along that … Continue reading
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