October 8, 1999
- Added reviews for The Legend Of Zelda: Link's Awakening DX and Ken Griffey Jr.'s Slugfest.
- News on the Game Boy Advance: it will be a horizontally-designed system, with 4 buttons(A, B, X, and Y, most likely), plus SELECT and START, and it will have two speakers, presumably not the same low-quality MIDI-based system used in GBC. Up to 65,000 colors will be displayed at once, it is a 32 bit system, and it will have a resolution of 240 X 160 instead of 160 X 144. It will be a much larger screen(a wide view in ratios much like modern computer monitors), and significantly more detailed. And with 4 buttons instead of 2, expect much better fighting and sports games, plus graphically superior RPG's and platform games. Here's the best news: it will be backwards compatable with all pre-existing Game Boy and Game Boy Color titles.
September 29, 1999
- Added a review for Duke Nukem.
- More news on the upcoming Legend Of Zelda trilogy: The Mysterious Acorn will be interconnected with the other two games. You can start the trilogy from any game, although The Mysterious Acorn will be the first released. Probably by Game Link cable, the plots of the three games will change depending on the order you play them in. The games will each be based on a different part of the Triforce. The Mysterious Acorn will be about the recovery of the Triforce Of Power.
September 26, 1999
- Added a review for Shadowgate Classic.
- The newest game in the Legend Of Zelda series, The Mysterious Acorn, will be out on GBC in Japan in December. We should see it in the states by early 2000. There are other Zelda games on the way for the GBC too, including two other original games and the ports of the NES games.
September 25, 1999
- Added reviews for Donkey Kong and R-Type DX.
- Nintendo is working on a new system called the Game Boy Advanced, which will have backwards compatability through emulation(I don't know what the hell that really means, other than maybe downloading the games through its internet connection).
- Games set to come out soon include a massively-revamped Asteroids and the-brace yourselves- 3D Resident Evil! Resident Evil will contain two entire missions. The screenshots look unbelievable.
July 9, 1999
- Added a review for Super Mario Bros. Deluxe.
July 6, 1999
- Added a review for Metroid II.
- Deja Vu, the classic detective/puzzle game for the NES, will be rereleased this fall on Game Boy Color in North America, packaged with its sequel on the same Game Pak. It joins fellow NES classics Crystalis and Castlevania II on Nintendo's fall release for GBC. Like the possibly upcoming Dragon Warrior DX, players should keep in mind that in Deja Vu DX, two great games are sold for the price of one. Don't pass this one up.
June 29, 1999
- I would like to thank Turok18
for the update yesterday, and for fixing the framed version.
- I added GS codes for 6 more games! Bust-A-Move
4, A Bug's Life,
GB, Boomer Advernture, and
- Plus! New Layout for the GS Page!
June 28, 1999
- Well, this update is being made by me,
Turok18, the site's new Chief Updater,
for lack of a better description.
- Remember the Dragon Warrior series? Known as Dragon Quest in Japan, the
series was Nintendo's first, and arguably best, forray into RPG's. Dragon
Quest I and II will be released on one Game Boy Color cartridge in Japan
on September 23. They will also be released in Europe later, meaning that
the Dragon Warrior DX game will likely make it to North America.
Have a Comment/Review/Code? Send it to