Ripoff Video Games

Myriad, bought their inventory, slapped their own sticker on the front, and started selling them again. For this reason, the Myriad version is even more rare. Its price in auctions is usually much higher than the Caltron version, even though, technically, they are both the same exact game. Myriad didn’t make any programming changes whatsoever; even the title screen still says Caltron on it. That sticker on the front, let me tell you, that is one expensive sticker. With that bit of trivia, you’re probably wondering, what does this have…

Voice Acting In Games

This was in the early days of games that included this much voice acting… and it really, really shows. 6 – Fatal Fury Special (Neo Geo/Arcade) • Tung Fu Rue brings us one of the greatest win quotes ever to be seen in a fighting game to Fatal Fury Special. • “Your fists of evil are about meet my steel wall of niceness.” • Is that a threat? Because a steel wall of niceness really doesn’t sound all that imposing. What does he do in battle with the steel wall…

Wisdom Tree Games

In the beginning, a game company called Wisdom Tree began producing unlicensed games for the NES. Wisdom Tree said, “Let there be shit,” and there was shit. Yeah, you know what I’m talking about: Bible games, like Bible Buffet, where you’re blowing off a snowman’s head, which has nothing to do with the Bible; Super Noah’s Ark 3D, where you’re slingshotting pissed-off animals; Sunday Funday, where you’re killing random people on your way to church; and all those ridiculous CD-i games. [game voice] Yippee! Yippee! Whoops! Yippee! I’ve already talked…