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Capcom - For NES
DuckTales 2
Game Type | Game Size | Release
Action | 2 MB | June 1993
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Leave it to Capcom to breathe new life into the ailing, 8-year-old NES. As was the case with the first iteration of DuckTales, the player controls Scrooge McDuck on a wonderful little adventure in the pursuit of treasures, taking on innovative puzzles and whacking away baddies with your cane. DuckTales 2, much like Mega Man 5, vaults the power of the NES to its absolute limits, and proves that graphics aren't everything in a video game. It isn't even truly that bad in its appearance either, but this one shines bright in its splendid gameplay. A no-brainer pick-up if you haven't sold off your NES yet.


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Taito - For NES
The Jetsons
Game Type | Game Size | Release
Action | 3 MB | Dec 1992
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Far, far in the future, where your entire job consists of pressing a button (hmm), George Jetson is ordered by his boss to end the rambunctious activities of Mr. Cogswell. Strikingly similar to 1990's Rescue Rangers this licensed platformer involves tossing items and traversing obstacles. It's not a trainwreck, per se, but the NES has better options.




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Data East - For NES
Joe & Mac
Game Type | Game Size | Release
Action | 3 MB | Oct 1992
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Play as your favorite cavemen friends in the NES-ified version of the Super NES and Genesis cart. The shrinking player base of the NES notwithstanding, it is commendable for Data East to provide NES players with this title. It's not perfect, and is a tad easy for our reviewers' tastes, but it has all of the same power-ups and enemies of the big-boy 16-bit carts.




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