Boo!! Happy Halloween from Wii Are Fanboys. I know its not Halloween just quite yet, but what I usually like to do in the weeks leading up to Halloween is to play lots of Halloween themed video games to get me into a spine-tingling mood. So without further ado, here is my list of recommendations for an extremely ghoulish time this year.
Category Archives: Box Art
How arrogant of me. How utterly arrogant. All these years I had always assumed I knew mostly everything there was to ever know about the Nintendo Gameboy. I was wrong. About a month ago, I discovered a rare Gameboy peripheral that I’d never seen before or ever knew existed until now – the Konami Hyperboy. How could I have not known about this for all these years is beyond me. It’s a peripheral that was released by Konami in 1991 (never released in the US) that turns your Gameboy into a tabletop arcade. I had always viewed the Gameboy itself as a hybrid system; a cross between an NES and a Game & Watch. With this peripheral, it pushes the Gameboy more into the Game & Watch tabletop territory, which is what I love about it. This has got to be the coolest GameBoy peripheral ever made.
So the Kirby box art is kind of ugly, and the game it’s self is looking a bit flat, but the game looks like it plays like the classic Kirby that I long for. I honestly feel like Epic Yarn has more depth in the levels then Return To Dream Land and it’s flat.
The first level.
But I do have some good things to say about Kirby’s Return To Dreamland…
On a recent podcast, Brad and Adam talked about some gameboy games that they would like to see on the 3DS virtual console service. To complement that, here is my list of some personal favorites that I would like to eventually see on the service as well.
I officially find myself enjoying both the thinner 3DS games and even the way many of the games keep to a similar design scheme in reguards to the square image present on the spine on the case and overall simplicity of main case layout. This may be my favorite game case, even with the holes.