This pseudo driving game that is still a bunch of fun came out in September of 1987 and I gotta say I'm worried about the Kid from yesterday.
In September of 1987 Nintendo decided to sell us a game to capitalize on the fact that every single kid wants to be a spy at some point. Thing about this game is, I have zero memories of it. Never paying it or even seeing it in a friend's basement. Plus with the release of a movie in the 2000s it is being forgotten.
Mega Man 3 from September 28th, 1990 is an amazing title and one that is on every single Nintendo collector's wall in today's world. Even if you don't like this title, you should, you own it for the history.
In September of 1990 a super cool storyline was turned into a mediocre video game that has been remembered for the title way more than the gameplay.
September 26th, 1986 is a banner day in the history of gaming. The great and all mighty Castlevania started to raise electric bills across this nation as kids pushed the red light on for first time and not even close to the last.
Ultimate Basketball came out in September of 1990 and it was pretty good. It got lost in the shuffle of a million other basketball games but it was worth playing at the time. If you don't have it or simply have zero interest in this one then check out the Bulls, they're playing for 30 in 30 today.
If you enjoy your arcade games at home then come September 24th, 1987 you were one happy camper because Defender 2 came to basements across America.
Not only is this game fantastic and the previous one fantastic but the ad campaign wrote the commercial directly for why I love the original NES so much. Thank you for this game in my basement starting in September, 1990
On a random day in September of 1988 we received the gift of yet another Wheel of Fortune game. As I've said before, game show games are always fun but how many of these are needed?
On September 21st, 1993 Nintendo tried to make some more money off of the phenomenon that was Tetris by putting out a sequel that had different colors, even though it rules the Gameboy format, and added ...bombs. Yep, bombs. Just what we want in a strategy game, bombs.