Capcom made some great NES games and Duck Tales is no exception. Though it should be added that they all generally used the Mega Man engine, proving that engine whoring was alive and well in the eighties too. The Moon Theme is a really well composed piece of music. It starts of relatively mellow, but soon builds into an exuberant celebratory beat. Well worth a listen if you haven't heard it before.
Updated 11-20-2011 at 11:40 PM by meu2
Duh-dah duh-dah duh-dah duh duh duh duh dah. The Mule theme tune certainly falls into the simple but catchy beat category (though not as simple to write down in duhs and dahs it would seem).
That's mini reviews of games, not reviews of mini games.
Mario & Luigi - Bowser's Inside Story (NDS)
Bowser's Inside Story is the third game in the Mario & Luigi series and the follow up the early DS title Partners in Time. The game sticks closely to the action RPG template laid down in the earlier titles, with the hook this time being that you can now play as Bowser. Controlling Bowser is a more streamlined experience compared to controlling the babies in Partners in Time and
Updated 07-06-2010 at 04:18 AM by meu2
...The Pitt manages to transform a real life dump (Pittsburgh) into an absolute hellhole. For a Bethesda game, itís graphically amazing. You can almost feel the intense misery of the people there. It begins a lot like Operation Anchorage with your pip boy picking up a new radio signal. You have to go investigate the origin of the signal and when you do you find a man who
Next Wednesday is St. Patrick's Day, which the Irish national holiday. As such I will need time to, em, "prepare" for the event. The Top 30 Classic Game Music Tracks countdown will be taking a short break in order to facilitate this. In the mean time why not enjoy some fine Irish comedy.
For those inclined why not raise a glass of your favourite tipple on the day. Anyway, I'm off to kiss the blarney stone.