The Lone Ranger

The Lone Ranger

Towards the end of the NES life Konami released licensed games targeted at western gamers rather than sequels to their intellectual properties.  Tiny Toon Adventures, Mission Impossible, and Bucky O’Hare were among this crop but they even had obscure licenses...
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Hook

Hook

Movie licensed video games were on average absolutely dreadful during the 8 and 16-bit era.  Sure you could blame this on the films publishers chose to create tie-ins to; I don’t think anyone expected Beethoven’s 2nd to light up the...
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Happily Ever After

Happily Ever After

As much as we all loved Disney’s animated films during the early 90s there is a brief window that no one ever talks about.  In the mid-80s Filmation, the fine creators of such classics as He-Man and Fat Albert decided...
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Batman

Batman

Movie licensed video games are bad.  Even at a young age I knew this was a fact.  After suffering through the likes of ET for the Atari 2600, Back to the Future, and especially Rambo it didn’t take long for...
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Castle of Illusion starring Mickey Mouse

Castle of Illusion starring Mickey Mouse

Capcom usually gets the majority of the praise when the discussing Disney licensed titles.  And rightfully so I might add.  At a time where LJN and Ocean basically treated any license they bought like garbage Capcom showed that if you...
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