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My Favourite Classic Sonic Zones!

Today marks 31 years since the release of my all-time favourite franchise, Sonic the Hedgehog!
In honour of the Blue Blur’s special day, I’ll be sharing my favourite zones from the classic series!

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Games I’d Like To See Revived

With the trend of older games being remade, remastered and ported to the current generation of systems, it got me thinking about the games I enjoyed as a child.

I used to play Aladdin and The Lion King on the Sega Megadrive, and it was announced recently. That’s got me excited. So I’ll be talking about others I would like to see, not likely to happen, but I can dream, right? 😅 Continue reading “Games I’d Like To See Revived”

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A Game From My Childhood: Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster Busts Loose!

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Here is the shameless self-promotion segment of this post! I was given a SNES as a kid if you want to see me talk about Super Mario World. here is that post.

A dear friend tagged me in a post on Twitter where you post a screenshot of a retro game and tag 5 other people. I chose to post this game on Twitter and from that moment it served as an inspiration to write this blog post, I was struggling to think of one before that, so I guess the universe delivered!

For those who may not know, Tiny Toon Adventures was an animated series that aired from 1990 to 1992. It had 2 seasons and 98, two specials were produced in 1994, though.

The series had a few video games based on it, the one I played the most was Buster Busts Loose, I can’t remember when I received the game but I remember it fondly! I also remember it being quite difficult in some places, especially that wild west stage, as a kid it was the skipping rope sequence that troubled me! I could not get that rhythm down! The western style remix of the shows theme song was also great.
The auto-scrolling sequence on the train used to make me feel so uneasy back then, trying to avoid the nets, having to dash jump to another part of the train as the part your on comes off the track and falls off the screen, jumping on the planks of wood being thrown the Arnold the Pitbull.

It was such a fun game.

I loved the shows and video games so much as a kid I even named one of my stuffed toys after Buster Bunny, I still have the plush to this day!