AD&D: Dragons of Flame

The Spoony One | Apr 6 2007 
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Click here for a bonus commentary track. The Heroes of the Lance return to save Krynn from the Dark Lord Verminaard and the menace of the Dragonarmies. Can the Spoony One turn back the dark tide of evil one more time? Can he survive this horrible game?

Final Fantasy VIII – Part 2

The Spoony One | Apr 5 2007 
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Some sick bastards actually wrote in asking for more Draw footage, and they had a point. You can’t understand what Final Fantasy VIII is until you’ve experienced just a fraction of that pure, transcendent pain. Watch, and fear…

Final Fantasy VIII – Part 1

The Spoony One | Apr 4 2007 
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The first in a long-running review on Final Fantasy VIII. In this chapter, I return from my extended absence to introduce you to just a few of the things that piss me off royally about the game.

The Thing

The Spoony One | Feb 25 2007 
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Click here for a bonus commentary track. This review of The Thing is brought to you by Quaker Oats. Wilford Brimley reminds you to check your blood sugar, and you check it often! Fight diabeetus!

E.T. the Extraterrestrial (Atari 2600)

The Spoony One | Feb 18 2007 
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Following two surgeries and doped-out on prescription painkillers, The Spoony One returns to face his own private Apocalypse on the Atari 2600, the argued worst game ever made, E.T. The Extraterrestrial.

Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves

The Spoony One | Jan 30 2007 
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Click here for a bonus commentary track. It doesn’t get any grander than the licensed videogame where Kevin Costner squeezed into his tights and plucked up a longbow to kick ass in the name of the proletariat! Let’s take a blast back to the past and relive the horror that is… Prince of Thieves!

Samurai Zombie Nation Review

The Spoony One | Jan 27 2007 
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Click here for a bonus commentary track. Talk about a bait-and-switch! I got suckered in by the coolest game title ever, only to find that it has nothing to do with samurai OR zombies. Instead it involves the epic struggle between a forty-foot floating head and a greased-up undead Sean Connery. I could not make…file continues…

AD&D: Heroes of the Lance Review

The Spoony One | Jan 25 2007 
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Click here for a bonus commentary track. Witness one of the most broken, pointless, and frustrating RPGs ever to blight the world: AD&D – Heroes of the Lance, a game with broken hit detection, unforgivably bad graphics, and the cheapest frigging enemies ever.