The 1980’s arcade classic Dragon’s Lair was updated for Gamecube and the original Xbox in 2002 as a cel-shaded 3D platformer.
Released before The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, Dragon’s Lair 3D: Return to the Lair has janky controls and incredibly cheap deaths, but an incredibly cool art style that evokes the original game.
On this episode, I look at a pairing of two things that should’ve gone perfectly together (Mega Man and Soccer) and discover the biggest mistake of my childhood.
On this episode, we take a look at the Toy Story game for the Sega Genesis, which was ostensibly a 2D sidescroller, but also an endless runner, a racing game, and a Doomclone first-person shooter?
Also, a bonus look at the Game Boy version of Toy Story!
That Was a Game, the YouTube series focusing on forgotten games related to the franchises you love, returns for an all-new season!
This time, we’re focusing on Toy Story Racer, a 3D racing game for the Game Boy Color!
On this week’s THAT WAS A GAME, we’re looking at the Game Boy Advance port of Crazy Taxi, a 3D game that the poor little GBA wasn’t strong enough to handle.
The Summer Olympics are happening right now, which means it’s time to look at the weirdest Olympic game we can find.
So are we talking about a sports game? Heck no! We found an Olympic-themed 2D sidescroller! We’re talking about Izzy’s Quest for the Olympic Rings for the Super Nintendo! Because if you don’t remember, the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta had a mascot and for no good reason at all, that mascot was given a generic 2D platformer.
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Have you ever felt like Toy Story is good and all, but what I really want to do is skateboard around Andy’s Room? Or that the perfect Lion King game would feature The Lion King’s Rafiki doing lip tricks on a dried up lakebed to the sweet dulcet tones of Ted Leo music?
Join us as we look at the most logical of skateboarding games – Disney Extreme Skate Adventure!
Here’s a game that puts three completely unrelated Disney properties into one game — Tarzan, Lion King, and Toy Story — and embeds them in a skateboarding game using the Tony Hawk 4 engine and developed by the creators of Skylanders (Toys for Bob)!