Retro Reviews

Check out our latest Retro system game reviews. While the industry continues releasing new consoles, always more advanced and powerful, some of us cannot spend a single day without remembering the former glory of amazing consoles and computers such as the SNES, the Game Boy, the Amiga and plenty of other never-to-be-forgotten systems. The way-back machine.

  • 6.3

    Tetris (Game Boy)

    it's fucking tetris
    Reviewed by Stealphie, Apr 28, 2020 10 comments
  • 9.8

    Klonoa 2: Lunatea's Veil

    Before getting to the review, I strongly recommend reading my review of this game’s predecessor, Klonoa: Door to Phantomile, for continuity's sake and all (Here’s that review:...
    Reviewed by HylianBran, Jan 17, 2020 11 comments
  • 6

    Super Mario Bros. (Re-review)

    My name is Stealphie and this time i'm re-reviewing Super Mario Bros., some of yall got pissed off because i gave Super Mario Bros. a 4 before. i replayed the game completely with a "this is a good...
    Reviewed by Stealphie, Jan 16, 2020 12 comments
  • 4

    Super Mario Bros.

    Hello, I'm Stealphie and this time i'm reviewing one of the most iconic video games in gaming history. Super Mario Bros. for the NES!
    Reviewed by Stealphie, Jan 14, 2020 29 comments
  • 9.3

    Klonoa: Door to Phantomile

    Before I get to the review proper, I want to say that this probably isn’t the most objective review. The Klonoa franchise is one of, if not might favorite, and this game is one of my favorites of...
    Reviewed by HylianBran, Jan 14, 2020 4 comments
  • 8.5

    Sonic Advance 3

    Sonic Advance 3 is the third entry in the critically acclaimed Sonic Advance trilogy. Nintendojo gave the game a 93/100 (on Metacritic), stating “The value of this cartridge will keep you playing...
    Reviewed by HylianBran, Jan 12, 2020 4 comments
  • 8

    New Super Mario Bros.

    Hello, this time i'm reviewing New Super Mario Bros. for Nintendo's DS. Keep in mind, this is basically a port with some changes of the New Super Mario Bros. review on my blog.
    Reviewed by Stealphie, Jan 9, 2020 3 comments
  • 7.5

    Sonic Advance

    Sonic Advance is a 2D platformer released for the Nintendo Gameboy Advance in 2001 and 2002 for Japan and all other regions respectively. Despite what the credits may imply, the game was primarily...
    Reviewed by HylianBran, Dec 25, 2019 3 comments
  • 3.5

    Elite Beat Agents (Only Impressions)

    Elite Beat Agents is a rhythm game by Nintendo.
    Reviewed by QuazaRayy, Dec 9, 2019 0 comments
  • 7.5

    Mario Kart DS

    Mario Kart DS is the first 3D handheld Mario Kart and the second handheld Mario Kart (first one being Super Circuit on the GBA). It introduces so much onto the table, so let's jump in!
    Reviewed by QuazaRayy, Oct 12, 2019 4 comments
  • 7

    Little Medusa Official Review

    Back with their retro games homage is Mega Cat Studios with Little Medusa, or what they call the spiritual successor of Kickle Cubicle. Take control of Artemizia, heir to the Olympian Greek throne, as...
    Reviewed by Prans Dunn, Sep 8, 2018 11 comments
  • 7.5

    Creepy Brawlers Official Review

    While I’ve recently reviewed newly-published cartridges for retro consoles, they contained decades-old games. Creepy Brawlers is a game you wouldn’t have heard of during the NES’s official...
    Reviewed by Prans Dunn, Jul 28, 2018 7 comments
  • 8.5

    Super Mario Bros. 3

    Since playing it on the Gameboy Advance in my childhood, I've loved Super Mario Bros. 3. It is an improvement to its predecessors, thanks to its much broader range of power-ups and environments.
    Reviewed by Daisy May, Jul 21, 2018 0 comments
  • 7

    Data East Classic Collection Official Review

    Another day another SNES cartridge review! No, this is not the early 90s but really 2018 where we’ll take a look at another new SNES multicart published by Retro-Bit and packing games develped by...
    Reviewed by Prans Dunn, Jun 17, 2018 9 comments
  • 5.1

    Wonder Boy

    Ever played a game with a cave man? Well here is one of them... as a boy.
    Reviewed by Lavar Pittman, May 10, 2018 1 comment