A comprehensive look at the pixel goodness found in the Bonk’s Adventure series of games.
Announcing the NFG book! Back in the day.
This is one of a series of articles about sprite histories (see: Mario, Sonic, Castlevania, Bonk, and MegaMan). There’s an updated version of this page right here!
One game that gets too little press in the Wii’s launch lineup is the Japan-only release of Kororinpa from Hudson. Bottom line: It’s a great 3D Cameltry. Read the Review.
“Hudson Announces Nectaris DS”, that’s the headline I long to hear. Nectaris, released in North America as Military Madness, is fantastically popular in Japan, and it has a cult following overseas. Unlike most hex grid strategy games Nectaris focuses on strategy and tactics rather than unit stats and realism. Realism is, in fact, eschewed in […]
I’ve been working on a couple of game guides. Hudson’s Nectaris is one of the greatest hex sims ever made. I’ve put together a light guide to the basic strategic elements of the game, with more to come. For more detailed info, Base Nectaris offers more on the series than any other site I’ve seen. […]
Hudson, now a division of Konami and past purveyors of all things PC Engine, have released everyone’s favourite future military sim Nectaris for Vodafone cellular phones in Japan. Check it out. This is in addition to several NES and PC Engine releases like Adventure Island, Star Soldier, Lode Runner and Bomberman. NTT DoCoMo’s i-mode on […]