C64 reviews are written by another guy, who is not very good IMO.
And no offense taken here. I like the site a lot, but I totally understand if others do not. Although there are some reviews I don't agree with and I think in some cases he needs to read the instructions or at least spend more time with the game. Personally, I hope others will share similar sites here -- short easy to read reviews.
Ah, makes sense, loads of reviews in there, even if brief ones. More writers = more opinions.
Glad you're taking this rant of mine in the right way, Rick.
Yeah, I dunno why, I'm a bit touchy about that cool, misunderstood duck.
The comic came around at just the right time for me and spoke to my sensibilities in ways no other did for me (besdies Mad's lunatic satire vibes).
And yet it was unsurprising none of my friends 'got it'.
Been purchasing the compendium reissues of the short 70s series and the companion magazines.
Guardians of the Galaxy's post-credits ending had my hopes up, but given the recent discontinuation of the new Howard comics, it just seems unlikely.
But no matter, cuz it was very 70s urban woes combined with savage spoofing of culture, comic types, superheroes and distressed damsels. And of disneyfication of adult matters, which had Howard put on pants as lawsuit settlement with Donald's lawyers.
Yeah, I'm a bit uppity with all the bad attention he got, bit it also tickles me that I still care for this franchise item (though that may be more due to creator Gerber's genius insanity).
And I appreciate the opportunity to go off on the values this duck's adventures on Earth and beyond.
And as for the site, the 2600 and Intellivision reviews were what I pored into the last time I saw this.
And it very much matches my own tastes.
The small write-ups for these consoles and the accompanying image alongside remind me of the EG era, where you'd find kind words, observational strategies and general motivation to seek out these titles.
So yeah - more site recommendations like this one, please.