2017 HAS BEEN THE BIGGEST YEAR FOR COMIC BOOK GAMES EVER AND THERE’S SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE

2017 has been one of the best years for video games ever, housing a steady stream of high quality new releases since January and the launch of multiple consoles: From the console/hybrid Switch, the 4K capable Xbox One X and the SNES Classic Edition that finally brought Star Fox 2 to market after its unceremonious cancellation over…

REVIEW: DUCKTALES: REMASTERED (Wii U)

Sing it with me now: DuckTales, Wii U! The PS3/Xbox 360/Wii era of consoles brought us many retro revivals, whether it was from classic games on Nintendo’s Virtual Console service, long-lost arcade classics like Konami’s X-Men and The Simpsons or full on reimaginings such as Ubisoft’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time Re-Shelled. One of the most surprising remakes that was…

REVIEW: DUCKTALES 2 (NES/PS4/GAME BOY)

NOTE: Not played on the original NES, but on the PS4 version from the Disney Afternoon Collection. Capcom is no stranger to sequels: Mega Man had six entries alone on the NES and your head would probably start spinning trying to recall all the sequels, spin-offs, remasters and adjective themed updates for the Street Fighter franchise. One side of…

REVIEW: DUCKTALES (NES/GAME BOY)

In 1952, writer/artist Carl Barks introduced the world to Uncle Scrooge, an obscenely wealthy adventurer from the city of Duckburg. The character debuted in a Donald Duck story, but became so popular that he became the star of his own book for many decades and those exploits were eventually adapted into the beloved animated series, DuckTales. Like…

RANKING THE GAMES OF THE DISNEY AFTERNOON COLLECTION

Each of the six games showcased in the Disney Afternoon Collection are well worth playing but there are some that you’ll want to spend more time with than others. It’s all a matter of taste and some may like certain games more than others, but if you’re playing any or all of these games for the first…

REVIEW: DISNEY AFTERNOON COLLECTION (PS4)

As someone who grew up in the NES era, some of the game’s my eyes were immediately drawn to while either when purchasing or renting a game were those purple bordered Capcom ones, especially those with a Disney license attached to them. Nowadays a game based on a beloved Disney property is normally a match…

COMIC GAMERS ASSEMBLE CHALLENGES YOU!!!

That’s right, I’m calling everyone out! Actually, I’m calling everyone to arms, but with a catch. This website has grown so much over the past year, LITERALLY up a couple of hundred percent wise from 2012-2013 combined, and by Googling a lot of reviews for titles I’ve reviewed here, this page will show up as…