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Posted on Aug 12th 2017 at 08:00:00 AM by (Pam)
Posted under review, video, LucasArts, run and gun

My review today is of the cult classic Zombies Ate My Neighbors on the SNES. I didn't know until very recently that Lucas Arts, one of my favourite 90s developers who I mostly associated with PC adventure games, made this. But now that I do know, it makes sense. The game has a great sense of humor and is full of puns. Though there are a few mechanical things I find a little awkward, Zombies is a lot of fun to play, especially with a second player. During this review, I also do a quick comparison of the SNES and Genesis versions.

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My cousins and I played the heck out of this game when we were kids. Great review, and thanks for the trip down memory lane!
Awesome review Pam!  This one has been sitting on my shelf for quite a while now.  Definitely going to have to wipe the dust off of it and pop it in.
Love this classic 👍
Great review and game! Have you played the spiritual sequel Herc's Adventures?
After the Zombies-Reviews, i watched your 2017 game room tour.  always nice to see how other rf-genners game Smiley  Thanks for the tour and reminding me, to bring my silent service NES copy back to RWX 2017.
Did you try Ghoul Patrol, yet ?
Man, I remember renting this on the Genesis back in the day, and a friend renting it as well.  This game was challenging.  I still haven't come across a reasonably priced CIB copy in the wild, but I'm still on the lookout.  I do remember having a lot of fun with it, though.  Great review, Pam!

Unrelated question: what software do you use for video editing?  I like the transitions you used, that's a cool effect.
Thanks everyone!

I have not played Herc's Adventures or Ghoul Patrol.

@MetalFRO: I use Sony Vegas for editing.

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