Donkey Kong Country SNES

The LWOG Backlog: Donkey Kong Country (SNES)

Gaming has a rich history that spans multiple decades. To this end, The Last Word on Gaming Backlog is a series that looks back on titles across all generations....
Alundra

Alundra PS1 Vintage Review

For redefining puzzles, having an in-depth storyline, and enjoyable characters, the Alundra PS1 classic is a must-play for gamers looking for a challenge.
Super Mario Land 2

The LWOG Backlog: Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins (Game Boy)

Gaming has a rich history that spans multiple decades. To this end, The Last Word on Gaming Backlog is a series that looks back on titles across all generations....
Castle of Illusion for Genesis

The LWOG Backlog: Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse (Sega Genesis)

Gaming has a rich history that spans multiple decades. To this end, The Last Word on Gaming Backlog is a series that looks back on titles across all generations....
Jade Cocoon 2

Jade Cocoon 2 PS2 Vintage Review

Jade Cocoon 2; Published by Ubi Soft and developed by Genki for the Playstation One, Jade Cocoon 2 was released on December 17, 2001.
Apple Arcade’s Fantasian

Review: Apple Arcade’s Fantasian Shows Real Quality

Mobile gaming is not everyone’s’ cup of tea but Apple’s service has certainly grasped the nettle with some great games over the past year. Exit the Gungeon is a...
Metal Gear Solid for GBC

The LWOG Backlog: Metal Gear Solid (GBC)

Gaming has a rich history that spans multiple decades. To this end, The Last Word on Gaming Backlog is a series that looks back on titles across all generations....
The Legend of Dragoon

The Legend of Dragoon PS1 Vintage Review

The Legend of Dragoon; Published by Sony Entertainment and developed by Japan Studio for the Playstation One, The Legend of Dragoon is a JRPG in the same vein as Final Fantasy Seven.
Banjo-Kazooie for N64

The LWOG Backlog: Banjo-Kazooie (N64)

Gaming has a rich history that spans multiple decades. To this end, The Last Word on Gaming Backlog is a series that looks back on titles across all generations....