Wasn't much of a fan of the game being so anal about name recognition. Also throwing in a few really obscure Japanese games didn't help much considering this was supposed to test our childhood memory of the system and its games. I mean, who the hell is gonna know about a penguin racing game called "Antarctic Adventure" that never even made it out of Japan?
Also, to save a LOT of people some time...
Level 1: Gradius, Batman, Super Mario Bros, Contra, Excitebike, Metroid, Castlevania, The Legend of Zelda, Megaman, Punch-Out
Level 2: Bionic Commando, Ducktales, Final Fantasy, RC Pro Am, Cobra Triangle, Urban Champion, River City Ransom, Ninja Gaiden, Double Dragon, Kid Icarus
Level 3: Blaster Master, Bubble Bobble, Werewolf: The Last Warrior, Blades of Steel, Metal Gear, Kirby's Adventure, Pro Wrestling, Clu Clu Land, Adventure Island, Mappy
Level 4: City Connection, Pac Man, Rad Racer, Mach Rider, Kung Fu, Micro Machines, Bad Dudes, Baseball, Faxanadu, Jackal
Level 5: Cabal, Arkanoid, Tennis, Gumshoe, Robocop, Galaga, Battletoads, Tetris, Klax, Crystalis
Level 1: Ghosts N Goblins, Kickmaster, Rampage, Elevator Action, Spy vs Spy, Metal Storm, Duck Hunt, Bomberman, Dig Dug, Captain America and the Avengers
Level 2: Karateka, Lode Runner, Popeye, Dr Mario, Adventures of Lolo, Rygar, Maniac Mansion, Rush N Attack, Pinball, Twinbee
Level 3: The Goonies, B-Wings, Chip N Dale: Rescue Rangers, Ikari Warriors, Road Fighter, Ice Climber, Antarctic Adventure, Binary Land, Journey to Silius, SCAT
Level 4: Little Samson, Astyanax, Paperboy, Shadowgate, Mighty Final Fight, Sky Destroyer, Snow Bros, The Legend of Kage, Battle City, Circus Charlie
Level 5: Mickey Mouse, Tiny Toon Adventures, Pooyan, 1942, Balloon Fight, Donkey Kong, Hogan's Alley, Gyruss, Life Force, Shadow of the Ninja
Lol, I type "Zelda" and "LEGEND OF zelda", and the correct answer is "THE legend of zelda".
just wondering for the super mario question why couldn't the answer be super mario brothers or super mario bros
This did not have that much detail put into it. I don't really care that much, though, because it was still a pretty good quiz. I was impressed at how specific you had to get with everything. I thought you could just type in "Mario" and be done with it. At least you don't seem to care that much about capitalization. Yeah, I don't know some of these.
In that way, it's harder than you think. You do have a fairly good amount of time to give an answer. Of course, with only a picture, you can't really search online. The music was quite good. It's strange how something so simplistic looking can be so difficult.
was a cool idea... however i think it was poorly executed, got to "mike tyson's punch-out!" and had to retype it in 30 different ways before i got it. didnt know if punctuation was a factor or not. and some titles used the full name and some only used the shorter version. was too frusturating at times and ultimately gave up.