“That paragraph was far too long. Fittingly, so is Kid Kool.”
– from the full review, which you can read here.
If you want to hear my thoughts on the struggle to find the motivation to play this game enough to feel fulfilled enough to review it, check out episode 051 of 1 More Podcastle, pretty soon into it.
When the topic of bad NES games came up on my Facebook wall (go ahead, befriend me), Will Bloodworth said of Kid Kool: “That game is a steaming giraffe loaf.” I am not even sure what that means, yet I believe it wholeheartedly.
This is a game so bad that I almost made a suicide joke in writing about it, but thought that might be in poor taste, despite also thinking it may be appropriate as well.
This is a video game so bad that I wonder if I should have chose it for Review A Bad Game Day.
I mean: This is a bad video game.
Have I made that clear?
If you will not listen to me, listen to the Angry Video Game Nerd, because his video takedown of Kid Kool is wonderful.
I refuse to write any further informal blog-post thoughts about this piece of crap.
Read The Full Review For: Usage of metaphor, a non-traditional (non-categorical) review format, a lot more words than the blog post, and my likely in-vain attempts to portray just how bad this game is.
NES Gameplay Tips For Kid Kool: If you insist on playing a video game with a “K” in the title where a “C” should be, play a Mortal Kombat game instead.