We're back with another issue of Electronic Gaming Monthly, this time from October 1993. In this issue you'll see hands-on previews from the 3DO Multiplayer as well as the Atari Jaguar. We'll also get a look at the classic...
  This Friday I'm gonna talk about a game I recently picked up called Urusei Yatsura: Lum no Wedding Bell. The game was developed by Tose and published by Jaleco in 1986. It was a Japan exclusive release. Urusei Yatsura...
Tokorosan no Mamorumo Semerumo, not easy on the tongue is it? Try saying it out loud: To-ko-ro-san no Ma-mo-ru-mo Se-me-ru-mo! Japanese sure is a different language. Anyway, this game is a Japan exclusive title released for the Famicom in...
Here's a new feature on findyourinnergeek.ca that I like to call, Magazine Monday! Every Monday on FYIG, we'll be posting scans from classic gaming magazines from years gone by, most of which have been out of print for many,...
Here's a game that many of you probably already know, however there are some significant differences in the Japanese version for Famicom. And for you who haven't heard of Battletoads before here comes an introduction to a great classic! Battletoads...
Kinnikuman: Kinniku-Sei Ōi Sōdatsuhen (キン肉マン・キン肉星王位争奪編) was released in 1987 by Bandai for the Famicom Disk System. Translated it's called Kinnikuman: Scramble for the Throne. Kinnikuman literally translates to Muscleman, and the game is based on a Japanese manga/anime series....
Karate Champ was developed by Technos Japan for Data East in 1984 as an arcade game. The game was later ported for several different systems, among them also the Famicom Disk System in 1986. As the title suggest it's a Karate game,...

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