Reggie brings a stack of Reproduction & Hacked versions of classic games that are a nice alternative for some collectors. Oh yeah, and a little PS1 game called Final Fantasy 7 remade for the original 8bit NES!
Hothead Joe (Hack)
Mega Man Ultra (Hack)
Wily & Right’s Rockboard That’s Paradise!! (Repro)
Iron Commando (Repro)
Summer of Carnival ’92: RECCA (Repro)
VS. Super Mario Bros (Repro)
The Firemen (Repro)
Do-Re-Mi Fantasy (Repro)
Rainbow Cotton (Repro/Bootleg)
Twinkle Star Sprites (Repro/Bootleg)
Esper Dream 2 LONG CART (Repro)
Final Fantasy 7 (Hack)
Metal Jesus: Metal Jesus here, and I am back again with Reggie.
Reggie: And we’re going to finish up with the repro vid. I’m so sorry that it took so long, but I brought an extra for you guys, so let’s get started.
Metal Jesus: All right dude, so what do you have for me today?
Reggie is back to show more Reproductions, Home-brew original & Hacked games for retro consoles!
Halo 2600 (2600)
Space Rocks (2600)
Mother 3 (GBA)
Monster World IV (Genesis)
Nightmare Busters (SNES)
Twinkle Tale (Genesis)
Juno First (2600)
Crisis Force (NES)
Game Panic (2600)
Road Warriors (2600)
Reggie brings over a stack of NES & SNES home-brews, reproductions & hacked games including one that stars him! These games are very cool and created in limited numbers by fans.
Star Fox 2 (SNES)
Clock Tower (SNES)
Moon Crystal (NES)
Fix-it Felix jr (Genesis)
Magical Pop’n (SNES)
Megaman & Bass (SNES)
BS ShockMan (SNES)
Zelda The Legend of Link (NES)
Flying Hero (SNES)
Reggie’s Radical Adventures (NES)
Sony’s Playstation 1 ruled the second half of the 1990s and there were hundreds of great games for the console. However, some hidden gems are still out there for serious collectors. Part 2 of my Hidden Gems series with Reggie. Thanks to DillionEntertainment for the green screen backgrounds.
Reggie comes by to talk about one of his favorite handhelds: the NEO GEO Pocket Color. This competitor to the Gameboy Color didn’t make much of a splash, but it has a hardcore dedicated fan base today and some great games for it.
Do you own this little handheld? And what games do you recommend?