Originally released in 1987 and never officially made available outside Japan before now, Hoshi wo Miru Hito makes its international debut this year.
The mini NES is cute and all, but what if Nintendo did a fresh production run of actual NES consoles and classic games to go with it?
Dragon Quest III put the fake ending to such good use that, even playing the game for the first time in 2015, and even knowing that it’s coming, it blew me away.
In a lot of ways, Dragon Quest is a thoroughly dated game that shows its years. But it’s aso an fascinating, nostalgic, and important history lesson.