Check out Josh Hayes, a name Charlie uses for journalism on the internet so that he can say silly personal things without the fear of them being exposed openly. That and to hide from people he knew who he don't want to find him, not no way, not no how.
Rolling Thunder is just such an awesome name. I don't think it has anything to do with the game at all though. Did anyone besides me play this game? Its on nintendo and had an arcade version, but I remember that nintendo one. The game just has this really fun color scheme to it. Minimal fun to be had with Rolling Thunder.
I love showing off awesome cover art. That thing is just plain out epic, isn't it?
In the game your a gun toting secret agent of some sort running left to right fighting hooded bad guys. You can duck in and out of doors collecting health or a machine gun and you can jump twelve feet in the air to the top part of the screen.
A fun little fact I thought I would share: This was one of those nes cartridges that was oddly shaped. It wasn't until a few years ago that I learned what that meant. Aparantly some companies released unlicensed games without the consent of Nintendo.
A nice quick to pick up and play game. I might write about the sequels in a future article, but they're all about the same. Rolling Thunder stands out for me because of the cartridge. Took me longer to find a picture of the box than I spent playing the game this morning. Ain't that something?
Do you guys want shorter or longer articles? Are daily updates too much? Do I need more pictures? Should I start talking about less obscure games and more games and more towards the mainstream? I might got a few pre-nes games on my list to talk about, but would anyone care to hear my thoughts about colecovision?