Guerilla War



Read the review here.

“They sure do not make them like this anymore, and probably never will. Guerrilla War was the type of game you would play with your friend every few weeks, just to shoot the bull and pass time, and really get into the bullet-biting action. For providing a singularly thrilling session of gameplay, and for still holding up as a great video game on its own merit, Guerrilla War gets a memorable four stars out of five.”
– from the full review, which you can read here.

Guerilla War was one of those games that grabbed you by the throat, held a gun to your face, and yelled “I AM SO MUCH FUN HAHAHA BOOM BOOM BOOM!”

… seriously though, this game is like a shot of adrenaline mixed with the smell of gunpowder mixed with the fun of a playground game of kickball.

At least, in my opinion, of course.

And that brings Nintendo Legend to 50 reviews! And in exactly one month, that is interesting. I would definitely, certainly expect the pace to slow down a bit now. But, now that the dust has settled a bit and Nintendo Legend has been around for a month, I am declaring it a success, even before I finish my little quest of finishing the American list of NES games with reviews. Thank you, everyone, who has made this possible, who provide feedback, collaboration, discussion, and other fantastic items. Please continue checking the site, reading the full reviews, spreading the word of my quest, and making this a two-way conversation.

Game on, Legends!

4 Responses to “ Guerilla War ”

  1. I agree, Guerilla War is a great game, loved it when I played it back in the day, arguably, this game is the reason I still love overhead action/shooter games today.

  2. Ooh, this is a fun one~ Fun fact: Even though it was pretty heavily implied despite the editing for the American audience, this is supposed to be about the Cuban Revolution. Player 1 and 2’s original names? Che and Fidel.

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