The eShop artwork for Kamiko intrigued me: vibrant pixel art of a sword-wielding heroine overlooking a valley. The promise of Zelda-like action and adventure sweetened the deal. The alluring $4.99 price tag sealed it. Yes, I am a cheap date.
Final Fight One for the GBA is, at its heart, a beefed up portable conversion of a challenging and formulaic arcade game. The good news is that it’s not only incredibly addictive, but a lot of fun to boot. The bad news… well, your thumbs are going to hate you for it.
Mega Man Battle Network offers a different style of gameplay than what fans of the Blue Bomber have come to expect. This may leave some miffed and others intrigued, but when viewed as a standalone title, it’s a fun and entertaining adventure that benefits from brand recognition.