Teddybear wrote:To be technical, there is an Imagic tennis game called Tournament Tennis that I'd take any day over the Realsports Tennis games.
Would love to see a review of this too. I think the Critic was planning one at some point, and I guess got sidetracked? It's quite a decent little game for what it is.
Teddybear wrote:I am no Colecovision expert (in fact it may be my least favorite console) and have no idea how close the VGC is to reviewing the complete original Coleco releases
I'm unsure as well. I keep a list of unreviewed games going here
but the ColecoVision is a tough one to track, with a lot of edutainment and even a couple super-rare games made for businesses. Maybe I'll try adding the CV to that thread.
In any event it would appear that Fathom is the other unreviewed Imagic game (besides Moonsweeper and Tournament Tennis).
Teddybear wrote:H.E.R.O. (best version of all IMO)
One on One (Bird and Dr. J look like gingerbread men playing hoops)
Mr. Do's Castle (much superior to the 5200 version - this game is fun and very challenging)
And to add to this, in terms of publishers:
H.E.R.O. = one of three unreviewed Activision games for the CV; Decathlon and Zenji are the others
One on One = the only unreviewed Micro Fun game left
Mr. Do's Castle = the only unreviewed Parker Bros. game left
Gust Buster and Election '84 (Campaign '84) = two of the five unreviewed games from Sunrise; the others are Mountain King, Quest for Quintana Roo, and Rolloverture
There are also some pretty cool-looking games the Critic hasn't touched from Telegames, like Boulder Dash and the intriguing Alcazar.