Nobunaga's Ambition: Lord of Darkness
When Nobunaga's Ambition was released on the original 8-Bit system several years back, it brought to most a type of gaming experience that they had never known before. In effect, the same holds true today with the latest generation of Super NES players. With the American 16-Bit market not exactly flooded with Japanese strategic military simulations or any type of military sims, it helps create a unique type of gaming that should be tried.
Nobunaga's Ambition Lord of Darkness follows and succeeds its predecessor. This is still your basic rule-the-worid while defending-your-country type sim, but it also has a cool updated package as well as some new tricks. Japanese military gamers rejoice! Koei hasn't forgotten you. Koei's newest entry into the Game Boy arena is a surprisingly fun and addictive game to play. In Stop that Roach, choose one of two characters to combat the evil roach armada. Armed only with your intelligence and a few tricks of your own. set forth on your bug-smashing journey. Along the way through the many levels, you can use items such as brooms to swat 'em, motels to trap 'em, or even candles to torch em! Stop that Roach offers a wide variety of fun, without the obnoxious smell of bug spray!