Retro Gaming With the Good, the Bad, and the Downright HorribleIt was the new dawn of entertainment, and kids were drifting away from the dangerous streets to the safe confines of the living room. Mind numbing stupidity had replaced creative thinking, and video game consoles ruled supreme.
Nintendo Entertainment System was on the top of the console wars, and multiple software companies vied for a slice of the consumer gaming pie. NES was built on a solid platform of Mario and company, but film studios saw opportunity and smelled cash with tie-in sales of video games based on movies. Though nothing compared to the interactive and graphic enhanced offerings today, the NES games offered gamers an option to play - somewhat - within the movies they loved... THE LIST