This short-lived Nintendo series never escaped the 8-bit era, but its two games—now available on Wii U—bring plenty of memorable moments (and lots of pain).
M2 caps their latest run of Sega Genesis 3D Classics with the best of the Sonic games.
Divorced from the dying days of the Wii, this cute, colorful platformer makes for perfect Nintendo comfort food.
This 2003 Game Boy Advance release feels like a fitting end to Harvest Moon's first act—one that's still intensely playable today.
While it gives the Wii U a near-complete Mario Kart collection, the once-great MKDS feels like half a game.
Konami's Gradius spinoff may not have enjoyed all the elaborate effects of other NES shooters, but it remains a treat to play even now.
Namco's Klonoa series was too good for this grim world, but at least it went out in style.
While initially propelled to success by its cartoon tie-in, this GBA trading RPG offered its own distinct merits as well.
Natsume's ninja action game isn't just a tribute to Ninja Gaiden, it's a deliberate blow to the self-esteem, too.
Age has dulled the shine of this wild shooter's graphical prowess, but not the underlying excellence of its gameplay.