NEW BATTLE CHASERS: NIGHTWAR CHARACTER TRAILER; DELAYED ON NINTENDO SWITCH

NOTE: The author of this article is a contributor to the Kickstarter campaign for Battle Chasers: Nightwar. As the October 3rd release date approaches for Battle Chasers: Nightwar, Airship Syndicate will be releasing trailers highlighting the characters from the game with the first being made available today. The premiere character trailer focuses on wizard character, Knolan, take a…

REVIEW: TEEN TITANS 2 (GAME BOY ADVANCE)

A2M was pretty busy making Teen Titans at one point, releasing three over the course of a year starting with Teen Titans on the Game Boy Advance in October 2005, followed by a console game with the same name in May of the following year and concluding with a sequel to their first GBA game in Teen Titans 2 released in…

REVIEW: TEEN TITANS (GAME BOY ADVANCE)

There were a few DC Animated Series to video game adaptations that got their start on a handheld: Titus’ Superman came out on the Game Boy years before Superman 64; Batman: The Animated Series, also for the Game Boy, from Konami arrived before either their SNES version of The Adventures of Batman and Robin or Sega’s multiple titles of the same name and there was no…

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…