The last part of our giant test of the Famicom games we got in a recent unboxing.
Continuing the trawl through the pile of Famicom games that we received during a Japanese unboxing.
We received a whole bunch of Famicom games in a recent unboxing, so let’s test them all.
The European version of Deep Fear was one of the last releases on the Sega Saturn. As such it commands some seriously high prices on the second-hand market due to it’s supposed rarity.
Nuon decided to enter the entertainment industry in a slightly different way to the likes of Nintendo or Sega. Instead of making their own console and licensing third party games they, instead, made a chip and licensed that to electronics companies.
The plan was for the chip to appear in all manner of electronics, including Microwave ovens and DVD Players.
In the end it only showed up in a couple of DVD Players,
Super Huey is an early flight simulator where you take the controls of a helicopter. A curious mix of Apache, Choplifter and Battlezone.
Magical Chase is considered the rarest game available on the PC Engine, it often attracts prices of up to $1000 at auction. We take a look at it to see if it’s any good.
We play the vertical shoot-em-up, Sonic Wings 3, on SNK’s cut price CD alternative to the AES.
We take a look at the PC classic game, Prince of Persian, in it’s console iteration on the Mega CD
Re-enthused We play Cinemaware’s epic strategy action game, Defender of the Crown, on the CD32