Despite owning and playing the game for nearly 30 years, it took this Let’s Play for Trevor to realize this game wasn’t just called Double Dragon.
After putting it off for a bit, Trevor finally sits down with Mega Man 2: a game he has not enjoyed since revisiting it as an adult a few years back. How many Robot Masters can he get through in 30 minutes?
Another one of the most notoriously difficult games of the NES, Trevor sits down with Ninja Gaiden for the first time.
Conveniently timed here in Super Bowl season, Trevor sits down with the NES classic Tecmo Bowl in a Let’s Play that doubles as his prediction for who will win the Big Game. Will it ben Miami (aka Tampa Bay) or Washington (aka Kansas City)?
Once again, not reading the instruction booklet beforehand may have been a bad idea for Trevor.
The era of NES sequels begins with Super Mario Bros. 2 while Trevor reflects back on playing the game growing up.
As Trevor reaches the second half of his time with the NES Classic, he shares his Pac-Man memories as he tries for a high score.
Can Trevor land a high score in Galaga?
For today’s episode on the classic game The Legend of Zelda, Trevor discovered a trick to Let’s Plays: record one with all the bad stuff first, and then throw that away and start over once the rust is gone.