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Aliens, Explosions and Lightning! 0

Contra as a shmup?  That’s exactly what S.C.A.T.: Special Cybernetic Attack Team is like.  In fact, it looks exactly like a Contra game, as the graphics looked ripped directly from Super C, and the sound effects and music are probably from that game as well.  Not that it’s a bad thing, as the visual and audio presentation in S.C.A.T. is great.  Even the lightning strikes in the background of level one look awesome.  What is the main difference from Contra?  A life bar; there are no one-bullet de...

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A Total Thrill Ride 0

N2O: Nitrous Oxide is definitely a sleeper hit for the Playstation. I first played this game in late 2001 after seeing it at Funcoland for $4.99. Reading the back of the game case, and fueled by my blind love for rail shooters, intense action and colourful Playstation games, I decided to take a chance and pick it up. Little did I know that this impulse buy would become one of my favourite games of all time.First of all, the graphics are amazing! Everything in the game is colourful, and the enemi...

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Jason Lives...and You Die 0

Friday the 13th for the NES was one of my favourite games back when I was a kid.  I used to play this game a lot in the early 90s and was both obsessed and frustrated with it at the same time.  First off, I'll admit it, without a Game Genie, I can't get anywhere in this game.  Jason is just WAY too hard in this game, and you have to beat him three times.  Even with cheats, it still takes a long time to beat him (unless you have a pitchfork).  I don't see how people could handle encounters with J...

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Space Shuttles Are Awesome! 0

Space Shuttle Project Absolute Entertainment NES - November 1991  To be honest, I was pretty much blown away by Space Shuttle Project when I played through it this past week.  I first played SSP way back in like '91 or '92 as a rental with my cousin, but we had no idea how to play the game or what to do.  However, the game has always been in the back of my head as something I'd like to revisit one day.  That opportunity finally arrived a few days ago, and after playing the game to completion, I'...

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