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If you give a genre enough trope, maybe it’ll hang itself.

If you give a genre enough trope, maybe it’ll hang itself.

Take anything but that treasure; that’s Two-Eyed Willy’s.

Take anything but that treasure; that’s Two-Eyed Willy’s.

Double Dragon V: The Shadow Falls — teaching us how to properly secure our science class skeleton models.

Double Dragon V: The Shadow Falls — teaching us how to properly secure our science class skeleton models.

Quattro Adventure's Super Robin Hood contemplates how to handle this noseless brigand and his semi-automatic, no-reloading-necessary crossbow.

Quattro Adventure's Super Robin Hood contemplates how to handle this noseless brigand and his semi-automatic, no-reloading-necessary crossbow.

This is why isometric view can’t have nice things.

This is why isometric view can’t have nice things.

If Kuro’s Vision of Power involves claiming that tasty bottle of maple syrup, he’ll first have to overcome the pointiest log cabin in the universe!

(I am, of course, kidding.  For some reason Wizards and Warriors III — Kuro: Visions of Power begins in a town, and I couldn’t be bothered to leave it to get an in-game screenshot…but more game plots should revolve around the location & retrieval delicious breakfast condiments, that’s all I’m sayin’).

If Kuro’s Vision of Power involves claiming that tasty bottle of maple syrup, he’ll first have to overcome the pointiest log cabin in the universe!

(I am, of course, kidding. For some reason Wizards and Warriors III — Kuro: Visions of Power begins in a town, and I couldn’t be bothered to leave it to get an in-game screenshot…but more game plots should revolve around the location & retrieval delicious breakfast condiments, that’s all I’m sayin’).

It started as a Terminator 2 reference…then it just started to get weird.

It started as a Terminator 2 reference…then it just started to get weird.

Amagon jumps side-saddle.

Amagon jumps side-saddle.

Kuros learns about the birds and the bees and the werewolf going “RAR IMMA MONSTA!”

Kuros learns about the birds and the bees and the werewolf going “RAR IMMA MONSTA!”

This may be the most Japanese screen in the entirety of the NES library.

This may be the most Japanese screen in the entirety of the NES library.