Running for longer than I have been living, The Simpsons is a television show about a 'dysfunctional' family who live in the town of Springfield. Each of the episodes give you an insight into their lives. Especially in the first few series, the episodes contain a lot of moral weight which helps forge some of the most memorable episodes whether it be through dark humour or an emotional connection.
In 1991, two years after their arcade title Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Arcade Game, Konami released The Simpsons Arcade Game. This game has always recieved a lot of praise over the years. I remember playing it once as a child and I wasn't convinced it was all that great. Going through it now with a fine comb, I cannot help but weed out some of the more pressing matters that might have been ignored back in that time.
I crush nostalgia by discussing how characters have been butchered and changed dramatically, how the story of the game doesn't appear to resemble the cartoon at all, and most importantly; is it a good game, honestly?
So sit back and enjoy a whole Saturday's editing and voice recording combined with two days' filming rolled into one review. Remember to like or dislike, favourite it if you want and don't forget there's more where this came from if YOU want to see it. I may do this for fun, but only for YOU lot. I love my viewers.