Tuesday, January 4, 2011
Yo! Noid (1990)
I never had Domonio's Pizza until I was like 23 or 24 years old. It took until I was a goddamn adult to get the most famous pizza store other than Pizza Hut in my town. If you want my gross fat man's opinion, the pizza itself was pretty good, I'm just amazed it took it 24 years to get to my town. That's crazy, but yeah, I'm mentioning this because I'm talking about the NES game Yo! Noid, which was based around the mascot of the company from the late 80s and early 90s. Yes, it's another licensed game that the internet hates so much but guess what. I LIKE IT. yep, it's another positive review of a game people hate.
Yo! Noid isn't the only game that's was based around the Noid, there was another game for some computer system that I never owned so I never played this game so I can't say anything about it. Also this game was totally different in Japan. The entire game was totally reworked into a new game so if you enjoyed this game I think you should check out the other version, even though I haven't played it. Yo! Noid is yet another game from my favorite company Capcom. Great music, great graphics. Challenge is a bit on the annoyingly hard side thanks to the one hit kill thing, but I don't think it's that too hard, you just gotta put a bit more time into beating it than other games. The play control is pretty good too.
The only problem I have with this game is the god damn fucking shit eating annoying as hell Pizza Boss stages. In every odd stage (I think it's odd) you have to do battle with a Noid and eat more pizzas then him. You pick pizza cards and try to out do him. These stages are both annoying and god damn boring. Really incredibly tedious and they seriously take you out of the game. These are the worst boss battles on the NES just because they bother me so much. Other than this annoying thing I really enjoyed this game and I think you should give it a chance instead of listening to some youtube asshole reviewing it for laughs which they never get. NEVER GET I SAY, okay I don't want to talk about how bad most of the youtube reviewers are, so I'll shut up and say that you should give Yo! Noid a shot, it's pretty damn cheap, like $5 or so.