Vol. 4 Issue 3

Volume 4 - Issue 3

With such a space-filling logo, there's no mistaking which game made this issue's cover! Double Dragon III marked the return of the Lee brothers as they once again punched and kicked their way through bad guys - and even gaining new allies - in another quest to rescue Marion. However, nowadays most players know it more for the 2-player mode's opening intro, which misspells protagonist Billy Lee's name as 'Bimmy'!

Among the games featured in this issue was Little Nemo: The Dream Master for the NES, based on the Little Nemo film and comic strip. Players guided the titular hero through numerous levels, solving puzzles and passing obstacles with the help of various animals that could be tamed with candy. In recent years, Little Nemo has earned itself a 'hidden gem' status among players.

NES Reviews
  • Lunar Pool
  • Road Fighter
  • Adventures of Lolo 2
  • Godzilla
  • Hyper Soccer
  • Little Nemo: The Dream Master
  • Double Dragon III
  • Game Boy Reviews
  • WWF Superstars
  • Football International
  • Marble Madness
  • Double Dragon II
  • Gauntlet II
  • Pacman
  • Dr. Mario
  • Tips
  • Mission Impossible (NES)
  • Snake's Revenge (NES)
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