ragon Spirit was good, but you haven't played a Namco dragon-based shooting game until you've played Dragon Saber! How does this sequel hold up? Watch to find out!
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he Bullet Heaven PC-10gine continues! What you're seeing has been captured and reviewed from genuine PC Engine Duo-R hardware for 2013's special episode set!
In this episode of Bullet Heaven, Team Duo tackles the triple-genre-blended Wonder Boy III: Monster Lair (Not to be confused with Wonder Boy III: The Dragon's Trap)! It's Action Platformer meets Run-and-gun meets shmup in episode 64!
Was Freecell ever on the Turbo Grafx 16? Eh, it doesn’t matter, because there are so many other games that are so much more worthy of your time. This week, the PPR crew gathers ‘round to discuss the 16-bit underdog with its Japanese counterpart hitting 30 years of age recently. On the way, James and George argue over the true merit of Assassin’s Creed III, Toast bids for an N-Gage to cheer him over his troubled Vita, and Ser hates on the Avengers and so much more.
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It's the Season Finale of Bullet Heaven! In this episode, we take a look at the TurboGrafx-16 hit Air "Zonk", released in 1992 by Hudson. Not only did this game push the HuCard format to its technical limits, it has also been an absolute favorite of many of the few who have played it... but has it stood the test of time?
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