Nintendo Game Boy


Bionic Commando: Elite Forces: Kind of like Bionic Commando's mentally-defective little brother. He's sweet-tempered and means well, but it's really gross how he chews on the furniture and hits you in the crotch without meaning to.

Crystalis: An NES classic becomes a crippled and kind of lousy Game Boy Color game.

Ghosts 'n Goblins: Back in the early days of gaming, people didn't know right from wrong. They actually thought cruel emotional abuse was fun. Good thing we know better now, huh?

The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening: What is it about Nintendo that allows them to use the "It was all a dreeeeeaaaam!" trope and not come off as horribly annoying?

The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages/Oracle of Seasons: Proof that it is possible for a third party to make a good Zelda.

Mega Man in Dr. Wily's Revenge: If Wumpwoast is to be believed, this game is totally more awesome than the original Mega Man from which it was pretty much copied wholesale. But can he be trusted?

Mega Man II: Wumpwoast calls Mega Man's second Game Boy outing the black sheep of the family. Funny, I always thought that was the PC game. No, wait, that was the black pariah. Never mind.

Mega Man III: What happens when everyone cares except for your play-testers? You create a game that's equal parts beautiful and irritating.

Mega Man IV: A Mega Man game as good as Mega Man 2 and 3? That you've never played? That redeems the lackluster Mega Man 4 and 5? Surprise! It's actually not too good to be true.

Mega Man V: Dr. Wily re-created the Death Star, added a skull-shaped forward laser, and threatened the Earth to the sum of one miiillion dollars. But the classic 8-bit Mega Man series would never return.

Metal Gear: Ghost Babel: Big break for our pal Sharkey as Marionette Owl. We're all very proud of him.