On this day (September 28) in Nintendo history…
Mega Man 3 was released in 1990 for the Family Computer in Japan. In this action/platform game, developed by Capcom, only Mega Man can save the day! Battle eight now Robot Masters in the third instalment of the series. In the year 200X, the notorious Dr. Wily, having reformed and now working for the forces of good, works hard in hand with Dr. Light to build a new type of peacekeeping robot. When a new set of eight Robot Masters escape the lab to wreak havoc on the world at large, only Mega Man can save the day!
Mario Clash was released in 1995 for the Virtual Boy in Japan. In this platform/action game, developed by Nintendo R&D1, inspired by Mario Bros., Mario has to clear enemies from the 40 levels of Clash House Tower. There are platforms in the foreground and background, and both Mario and enemies can move between them using the pipes. Jump on the Koopa Troopas to turn them into a shell. You can then use the shell to clear the spiked enemies that appear. Once you clear all the enemies, you move up to the next level of the Tower.
Pokémon Red was released in 1998 for the Game Boy in North America. In this role-playing game, developed by Game Freak, through exciting exploration, battles, and trades, Trainers are able to access 150 Pokémon. You begin your journey in Pallet Town as a young boy. After a dangerous brush with wild Pokémon, Professor Oak teaches you how to capture Pokémon, and then sends you on your way as a fledgling Trainer.
Pokémon Blue was released in 1998 for the Game Boy in North America. In this role-playing game, developed by Game Freak, during your journey through Kanto, you must capture Pokémon to record their information in your Pokédex, as well as become a better Trainer through competing in Gyms scattered throughout the region. Once you've proven your mettle as a Pokémon Trainer, it's time to take on the Elite Four, a crack group of trainers that will put all of your learned skills to the test. Your journey will be far from easy.Загрузка...
Pokémon Diamond was released in 2006 for the Nintendo DS in Japan. In this role-playing game, developed by Game Freak, with more than 100 new Pokémon, Touch Screen gameplay and online play over Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, this is the biggest Pokémon adventure ever! Players are challenged to explore the Sinnoh region in an incredibly deep RPG adventure. New Pokémon are everywhere! Making their debut are new Pokémon such as Mime Jr., Lucario, and Weavile, and the three starter Pokémon are new as well.
Pokémon Pearl was released in 2006 for the Nintendo DS in Japan. In this role-playing game, developed by Game Freak, players will choose from Fire-type Chimchar, Water-type Piplup, and Grass-type Turtwig to begin their adventure. One of the best aspects of Pokémon games is the ability to trade and battle with other Trainers, and Nintendo DS lets you connect with other Pokémon fans wirelessly, either locally or via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. Players can now trade and battle with other Trainers around the world!
The first wave of Fire Emblem amiibo was released in 2017 in Japan and included Chrom and Tiki.
What are you favourite memories of these games? How do you think they hold up today? Hash it out in the comments.
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