On this episode of 3DOh No! Trae tackles the classic 1994 Electronic Arts title “Shock Wave.” Of course, since this is 3DOh No!, it’s the Japanese version he has to struggle through… and he’s rather terrible at the game.
On this episode of 3DOh No!, Trae tackles a Japanese import copy of Electronic Arts’ “Theme Park” (1995). Because even though the game was originally made in English, that’s not the version we ended up with.
Hey, we’re doing Throwback Thursday again, and therefore digging up another episode of 3DO To Go. In this episode I reviewed Pyramid Intruder, a 1995 Japanese only release by Taito. Pyramid Intruder is one part remake, one part adaptation of Sega’s LaserActive title Pyramid Patrol from 1993.
And… well… it’s not terrible? I mean, it’s not amazing, but it’s worth a look.
In this installment of 3DOh No!, Trae tries out the Japanese game “Theatre Wars: Goraku no Dendou” (1994). It’s apparently a Theatre/Theater management sim by “Hamlet” for the 3DO, and the game is just as realistic as you’d expect it to be.
With the start of our new retrogaming Let’s Play series 3DOh No!, we thought we’d bring back our old “Throwback Thursday” feature this week with another old episode of 3DO To Go. The episode we’re sharing is from the last time Vinnk randomly sent me 3DO games I didn’t understand with the Fuji Television classic… Paddock Note ’95.
This one gets way weirder than the rest of these old episodes.
Welcome to the first installment of 3DOh No!, a Let’s Play series where Trae takes a 3DO game and plays it with zero foreknowledge of what the heck it is. On this episode, he tackles the 1995 game “Montana Jones,” which is apparently based on an kid’s knock-off Indiana Jones anime series. Also the whole game is in Japanese.
And Trae doesn’t speak Japanese.
This was a terrible idea.
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