Have you been craving the hottest takes on gaming’s best titles? Games that are on the bleeding edge of technology that change you fundamentally as a person after you play them? Games you can’t shake from your mind no matter how hard you try? Well you won’t find that here. Today we have an episode that was lost in the back of the shelf somewhere that was recently unearthed by Kamille for your enjoyment.
This episode features Aero the Acrobat. You remember that unforgettable, lovable ball of fun right? Right?! Well one thing that’s for sure… after being subjected to this game, we’ll never forget him. Anyway, Aero the Acrobat was released in 1993 on an unsuspecting audience on the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis platforms. It was the creation of the now defunct Iguana Entertainment and published by Sunsoft. The music was composed by Rick Fox. No, not that Rick Fox, this Rick Fox.
Hear the gang talk about how fair and forgiving the game is, what they liked and didn’t like about the game overall, what they thought of the different levels and the structure and mechanics this game offers. There’s some light spoiler talk mixed in there somewhere if you mind spoilers for this game but there’s not much as a lot of the story is either detailed in the instruction manual, or meant to be inferred from the game itself.
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