I Never Finished…Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack…Because

Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack

Another free PS Vita game that I received thanks to PS+. This was at the height of the PS Vita when Sony was really trying to push it and they actually released decent games for it. I was happy to get this one for free, so I played it right when I first downloaded it. By now you know the drill, just because I played it doesn’t mean I finished it and here’s why.

Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack is a puzzle-platformer where you play as a Blob…from space. Make sense right? Anyway, you have an insatiable appetite for anything in sight and it’s your goal to just eat everything and anything. Kinda sounds like Thanksgiving dinner.

I really enjoyed this game to the point where I finished the whole game. I thought it was a cool little game that was just perfect for the PS Vita and it’s really the type of game that I like to play on my PS Vita. There are no complaints for me in that department. So why did I finish it but not finish it? I simply couldn’t get enough of my PS Vita at the time and wanted to download every single game that was free. The only problem was I didn’t have the space for it and something had to go. Unfortunately, this one was it.

As you can see from the picture above I was able to get 11 out of the 14 trophies which means I’m only missing a mere 3 trophies for this game. Not all that bad. There’s one random trophy, one collectible trophy, and one finish every level with a gold medallion trophy. Not all that bad to actually go back and play.

Probability of this game getting played again…4 out of 5.

Since writing about the PS Vita, I’ve been thinking about powering the old girl back up and giving some older games a go. Why wait until it’s the only thing I can play right? Anyway, I really want to play this game again since I know I can get the last three trophies and mark this one as complete.

Now it’s your turn. Did you play this game on the PS Vita? Love it? Hate it? Not even bother to download it even though it was free? Let me know down in the comments section below. Now for next week, a game that I didn’t even want to play. Seriously did not want to play it, seen it was free because of PS+ and decided to skip it knowing I would have a horrible time playing. My “friend” said that we just had to play this game as we were still in this Mass Effect 3 multiplayer craze and had to break things up a bit and I said OK like I normally did. Turned out to be a big mistake and you’ll find out why next week I never finished Guardians of Middle-earth.



I Never Finished…Foosball 2012…Because (PS Vita)

Foosball 2012

This was one of those free games that I got because of PS+ once again. There was a little catch with this one though, not only was the PS Vita version of this game free, but so was the PS3 version. I figured that this was great because if I enjoyed one, I would probably enjoy the other. Like every game that ends up on this list, this one also went unfinished. Keep reading to find out why.

There basically isn’t a story to this game. It’s a sports game, so at the time there weren’t really stories with them. You picked your team and you played. It’s really as simple as that. There were different modes for this game from world tours to online mode. The world tours was my favorite because you started off easy then went to harder and harder matches. Not a bad game, especially when it was free.

I really enjoyed this game and had a fun time playing. I couldn’t find anything wrong with this game and when I wasn’t playing on my PS3, I was totally hooked on this game. Being an “old school” foosball player. Anyplace that had a foosball table or air hockey table was where I was at when I was younger, I really enjoyed this digital version of the game. So why did it go unfinished? A really stupid reason actually. My friend at the time didn’t have a PS Vita, only a PS3 and she wanted to play with someone on the PS3, so I dropped my PS Vita version of this game and played on the PS3 instead. I don’t have to tell you, but that game also became unfinished and will make its appearance on this list shortly.

As you can see, I was able to get 3 of the 12 trophies for this game. The game really isn’t that hard, but it’s just time consuming and if you’re into it all of the trophies are really possible except for one luck based one. If you play this game enough though and hone your skills, this trophy list shouldn’t be a problem. While I’m not OK with only getting 3 trophies, it’ll have to do.

Probability of this game getting played again…3 out of 5.

Even though I never picked up my PS Vita that much anymore, I have way too many games and no time to actually play each and every one of them, I would like to eventually play this game again. Since I usually use my PS Vita during hurricane blackouts, I guess we’ll have to wait until the next hurricane season to get his game installed on my Vita and play once more. Not that I’m looking forward to another hurricane or anything, believe me two in the past two years was totally enough.

So now it’s your turn. Did you also play this game on your PS Vita or did you play on the PS3? Love it? Hate it? Think it was a waste of time? Let me know in the comments section below and for next week another game I didn’t finish. Surprised right? Because at the time I was totally in love with my PS Vita, it just happens to be another PS Vita game that was also free. I’m telling you, I have a bunch of games for my PS Vita, and I probably paid for maybe two of them. Anyway, next week I’ll let you know why I never finished Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack.


I Never Finished…Darksiders…Because


This was yet another one of those free PS+ games. I have to say that I really had no interest in playing this game at all, but this came out at a time where for about a week or so PSN had this weird blackout on certain consoles, and I was one of those consoles, and my friend at the time said that this game was so amazing that I just had to play it. Anyway, with nothing else to play (total lie, had a bunch of things to play), I decided to play this game. Now here it is on my I never finished list. Keep reading to find out why.

In this game you play as War. War is one of the four horsemen of the apocalypse who has unfortunately brought the apocalypse to Earth a little sooner then he should have because the seventh seal hasn’t been broken and the other horsemen aren’t there with him. Someone has set War up and this will be his journey to not only find who set him up but also redeem himself.

To be honest, even though this game had an interesting plot I found it to be completely boring. I played the first couple of missions, maybe since there’s not much I could remember about the game, and then gave up. Not because the game was hard or anything but just because I really couldn’t get into it no matter how hard I tried. Sometimes there are games that no matter how good someone else might think they are, they just aren’t to you and aren’t your type of game. I mean this game had all the means to be my kind of game, but it just wasn’t which was why I never finished it.

As you can see from the picture above I was able to get a totally sad 4 out of 43 trophies for this game. OUCH. Being a trophy hunter and not liking a game you’re playing sometimes is hard. Do you power through and get all of the trophies or do you just call it a day and say whatever? With this game I just called it a day as I got some trophies for completing missions and some random trophies as well.

Probability of this game getting played again…2 out of 5.

I’ve admitted to this in the past that sometimes I’ve been too quick to actually judge a game and have done so wrongfully. This might be one of those games and I could see myself playing this game one day far far far into the future where I didn’t have anything else to play.

Now it’s your turn. Did you love this game? Hate it? Actually finish the game and can tell me that it’s worth giving it another try sooner than I want to? Let me know down I the comments section below and for next week, another PS Vita game that I got for free. I also got it for free on the PS3, but decided to play it on the PS Vita first. Spoiler alert though, I also never finished it on the PS3. Anyway, next week I’ll let you know why I never finished Foosball 2012.


I Never Finished…Jet Set Radio…Because

Jet Set Radio

Trying to make good use out of my newly purchased PS Vita, I was trying to play anything and everything possible for this system because I paid a decent amount of money for it and the games were free so I might as well take advantage of them. Jet Set Radio was my next free game that I downloaded and it’s also the next game that’s on this list. Keep reading to find out why I never finished it.

Originally released for the Dreamcast, if you can believe it, the PS Vita version was a remaster of the original. Basically what you did I this game was rollerblade around town and graffiti whatever you could in the amount of time given. That’s basically it, at least I think it is because I could never even get past the tutorial.

So yeah, basically I couldn’t get past the tutorial and gave up on the game. I really hate admitting that because I’m a good gamer. I swear I am! Anyway, I felt like the controls on the PS Vita were wonky and I really couldn’t do what they were asking me to do so after failing the tutorial over and over and over again I just said the hell with it and basically gave up. There’s not much more to it.

Unlike other games I didn’t finish, I was at least able to get 2 out of the 9 trophies this game has to offer. There’s a little pat on the back for myself. If I could have gotten passed the tutorial I would have had three trophies. Even if I did pass the tutorial I’m not sure I would have finished this game. Anyway, I’ll take my two trophies and move on especially since the rest of the trophies range from rare to ultra-rare.

Probability of this game getting played again…0 out of 5.

I really have no desire to ever play this game again. I mean come on I couldn’t even get passed the tutorial stage! That really sucks and it’s kind of a kick in the ass so this one can stay in my PS Vita library and just sit there. This is a lesson learned though because it made me realize that if you can’t even beat the tutorial, you really have no business playing at all.

Now it’s your turn. Did you play this game on the PS Vita because you got it for free or did you pay the full $9.99 for this game. Did you get passed the tutorial? Or even better, did you play this on the Dreamcast? Let me know in the comments section below as next week I’ll take another quick trip down memory lane with my PS3 and let you know why I never finished another game on there. It was a free game, but one that I just had to play (at least that’s what someone told me). My I never finished…because blogs usually start like this, so I’ll let you know why I never finished Darksiders.


I Never Finished…Uncharted: Golden Abyss…Because

Uncharted: Golden Abyss

Ah, my first ever Playstation Vita game. It took me a while to get on the whole PS Vita bandwagon, but with the amount of free games that PS+ was offering each month, it felt like a waste not to. Now, I did miss out on some PS Vita free games, but when I seen this one released for free, that was when I knew I had to get a PS Vita. Being the Uncharted fan that I was, this was the first game that I chose to play on my Vita. Like many others though it ended up unfinished. Keep reading to find out why.

This is the fourth game in the Uncharted series, but is set up as a prequel that takes place before the events of Uncarted: Drake’s Fortune. You’ll play as a young Nathan Drake as he does what he does best which is adventuring and finding ancient artifacts while pissing someone off so much, this time Jason Dante, that they send people to kill you. There are of course the standard twists and turns at every end when it comes to an Uncharted game. For being the first game in the series to make it to the PS Vita, it was very much like any other version of Uncharted.

While I did play this game from start to finish, I never did go back and get all of the trophies. I did enjoy the story as it was the typical Uncharted story, but I could never find a reason to go back and replay it all over again and get every single trophy. I did however like how this game used both the rear touch pad as well as the touch screen throughout the game and it showed that this game was definitely made for the PS Vita. The game ran well and everything making me totally surprised since the only handheld games I had owned were a Game Boy and a Nintendo 3DS. This made me totally not regret my decision to by a PS Vita and made me happy that I did actually buy one even though now a days it just sits there collecting dust until there’s a hurricane and there’s now power. There might not be any power, but at least I can still game!

As you can see from the picture above, I was only able to get a sad 12 out of the 56 trophies this game has to offer. The game has the standard Uncharted trophies that include killing a certain amount of enemies with a certain gun, playing on every difficulty, collecting all the treasures, and etc. You get my point. It’s hard work to get this rare Uncharted platinum and I couldn’t justify putting the time into it.

Probability of this game getting played again…1 out of 5.

I really don’t get to use my Vita all that much, even though I should, anymore so the probability of me actually playing this game again is very low. Not to mention that my PS Vita is always full even though I have a new memory card but just didn’t want to install it. I’m lazy like that. Anyway, even though I enjoyed the story, I wasn’t really a huge fan of this game and rank it really low in my top Uncharted games list.

Now it’s your turn. What did you think about this game? Did this make you run out and buy a PS Vita like I did? Maybe you skipped this one and didn’t buy a PS Vita and never plan to. Let me know down in the comments section below and now for next week, another free PS Vita game. Just to warn you there are going to be a lot of these because I figured if I spent all this money on a system, I was going to use it and I was going to play as many free games as possible. Next week I’ll let you know why I never finished Jet Set Radio.


I Never Finished…NBA Jam: On Fire Edition…Because

NBA Jame On Fire Edition

This was one of those PS+ free games, and usually I would have passed his one up because I’m not really into Basketball or Basketball games. It’s just not a sport that I like or like playing, but I decided to pick this one up for some nostalgic reasons because like many people I played the original NBA Jam on my Sega Genesis. At the time, NBA Jam was the game to play on the Sega Genesis and I was pretty badass at it, but unfortunately, I never finished this game. Keep reading to find out why.

Fond Memories – So I have these really fond memories of playing NBA Jam on my Sega Genesis because there was no online multiplayer and even though I enjoyed playing against the computer, I enjoyed it even more when a family member was around and we would play competitively. I remember being at family functions and we would have NBA Jam competitions where it started off with two people and then whoever won would stay and go up against someone else until they lost. We would spend hours doing this and those are some of the best memories that I have of growing up.

This NBA Jam was different than the one I played on the Sega Genesis. Of course it was different, it was supposed to be different and that’s not a bad thing. This game is actually a pretty decent re-make of a game that I loved and it added in a bunch of new stuff that wasn’t in the original game which was much more simple. There were tours now, quick play, and of course multiplayer. While I enjoyed playing alone, it was the online multiplayer that I didn’t like. Mostly because at the time my online partner really sucked at this game and she knew it. I wasn’t the greatest either, but still. It felt like we were more in competition with each other than the other team which made us lose. Like all the time. Anyway, I gave up on this game shortly after and it now sits on my PS3 system with all the other downloaded games.

As you can see from the picture above I was only able to get 3 out of the 12 trophies for this game. The trophies are a mixture of what the game wants you to do basically and while they aren’t really that hard to get, they require a lot of play time and a lot of grinding in order to do so. Grinding is not a thing that I’m a fan of so I was only able to get three of them. And if you’re curious, no one of the three trophies that I did get was not the trophy that requires you to watch the game credits. This is probably the easiest trophy in the entire game and I didn’t even get it.

Probability of this game getting played again…1 out of 5.

As much as I loved my Sega Genesis days of playing this game, unfortunately those days are over. I really can’t see myself playing this game again for any reason really. I know I could easily get the watching the credits trophy, but I just don’t even feel like doing that. Of course that might always change, but for now this remains one of those games that I probably won’t ever finish.

Now it’s your turn. Were you a fellow NBA Jam Sega Genesis player? What did you think of the PS3 version? Was playing on the PS3 your first time playing an NBA Jam game? Let me know down in the comments section below. Now for next week, another game I didn’t finish. SURPRISE! This is an important game though because it was my first PS Vita game. As you know before this PS+ was only giving away free games for the PS3. Then it started to include the PS Vita. I figured that if it was going to do that, then I might as well get a PS Vita because if not it was like I was wasting my PS+ subscription and not getting the most out of it. Makes sense right? Anyway, next week my first PS Vita game that went unfinished, like many to come after it, and it’s Uncharted: Golden Abyss.


I Never Finished…Feeding Frenzy 2…Because

Feeding Frenzy 2

This was one of those games that came on disc with another game, particularly Bejeweled 3. I figured since I was already playing Bejeweled that I might as well play this one as well since it was on the same disc and I did pay for all three games on the disc. Funny thing is though that I never did play Zuma, maybe it was because I couldn’t even finish this game. Keep reading to find out why.

This game is about a fish, played by you. You start out as a small fish and you have to eat other fish, that are smaller than you, in order to grow. Once you grow you can eat bigger fish, that are still smaller than you, in order to keep growing. And…that’s about it. So it’s a game about being a fish and eating other fish. You also have obstacles to dodge like bigger fish trying to eat you and some other stuff, but this is the basic concept of the game.

Let’s cut to the chase on why I never finished this game. It’s because five minutes in it made me wonder what the hell I was doing. Was this actually a video game that people enjoyed? What was the point of it? These were questions that I could not answer and that justified me shutting off the game and never turning it back on again. There also might have been a little competition of anything you can do I can do better thrown in there because someone else on my friends list was playing it and I was like “psh, if they can do it so can I.” Competition is a weird thing. Sometimes it’s great and sometimes it just downright sucks. Quick story, I once knew someone who as long as they got 1% higher than me in any game that we were both playing, they were extremely happy and would immediately stop playing that game. It didn’t matter if they liked the game or not, the goal was to get 1% higher than me in trophies. So yeah, this was one of those games and it made me realize that competition isn’t always worth it. So this game ended up never being finished and I learned a lesson.

There are a total of 12 trophies for this game and as you can see from the picture all the way at the top that I was able to get 0 of these trophies. One more game with a big goose egg when it comes to the number of trophies. Another stain on my profile. The sad part is that the trophies for this game are really simple too and basically range from Common to Rare which isn’t even that hard to do as long as you put some time into it. All of the trophies require a bunch of grinding and unless you’re having fun doing the grinding, let’s face it grinding sucks.

Probability of this game getting played again…2 out of 5.

I gave this game a decent rating on the probability scale because it’s something that could be done if I really wanted it to, and that day might come where I’m tired of looking at the 0% stain on my trophy profile causing me to just hunker down and play this game for the hell of it no matter how bored I am. This of course won’t be fun and it might not ever happen, but it’s a possibility.

Feeding Frenzy 2

Now it’s your turn. What did you think about this game? Did you love it? Hate it? Finish it? Never finish it like me? At least get 1% of the trophies? Let me know in the comments section below and now for next week because this blog is never going to be over, it’s a free game thanks to PS+. I have a lot of great memories playing this game originally on my Sega Genesis before there was an online multiplayer. With this game I had plenty of people to play with and I was kind of badass at it. Next week, you’ll get a personal story on my experience with the Sega Genesis version and I’ll tell you why I never finished the PlayStation 3 version of NBA Jam: On Fire Edition.


I Never Finished…Anomaly Warzone Earth…Because

Anomaly Warzone Earth

Another freebie from PS+, this game was a little unexpected surprise that I played during the holiday time of 2012 into 2013. It was an unexpected surprise because I actually liked the game and I liked it enough that I actually completed the whole single player campaign. Key words here are single player. Anyway, there is a reason that this game ended up on this list, so keep reading to find out why.

Alien spacecraft have landed in major cities around the globe, and it’s up to you, leader of the 14th platoon, to investigate these spacecrafts. You’ll travel to cities like futuristic Baghdad and Tokyo to do so. You’ll also have to neutralize and eliminate any threat to the area in this real-time strategy tower defense game.

I don’t know if I’ve said this before, but I really enjoy tower defense games. It’s just something about them that makes them fun no matter what it’s for really. There are so many different strategies to use depending on what tower you place where and there are so many possible outcomes. This keeps the game interesting and creative at the same time. Maybe a certain strategy didn’t work the first time, you can always change it up the second time to see what works and what doesn’t. The possibilities are endless. This is the main reason why I enjoyed this game. The story was sort of bland for this game, but that’s what happens with tower defense games. So like I said earlier, I finished the main single player campaign, but I was unable to complete the rest of the game. Two reasons really, first is because the raids are really hard and second because there are some co-op trophies and there’s no online co-op. Yes, I know if I have no one to play with I could hook up two controllers and just use one, but this is extremely difficult. I’ve tried multiple times without success, so I gave up.

As you can see from the picture above, I was able to get 9 of the 14 trophies for this game. Not bad if you ask me since the average completion for this game is 12% and I am way above that with 57%. Still the game isn’t complete though and while I’m missing the two co-op trophies, I’m also missing the two raid trophies, and one random trophy. With the exception of the random trophy, the other ones are a lot harder than you think.

Probability of this game getting played again…5 out of 5.

I know I gave this one a high ranking on my probability meter, but I really did enjoy this game and could see myself easily getting back into it. Not too sure if I would be able to get all of the trophies for this game or not since I still don’t have a co-op partner, but I could always try again to do it solo with the two controllers hooked up at once. Anyway, if I could fit a game into my schedule, it would be this one.

Now it’s your turn. What did you think about this game? Did you enjoy it as much as I did? Did you ever finish it? Or maybe you haven’t even heard of this game. Let me know in the comments section below and for next week, a truly stupid game. Well not stupid, but a stupid choice of game on my part. This just goes to show you that if you pick up a game disc that has more than one game on it that you don’t have to play them all. Next week I’ll let you know why I never finished Feeding Frenzy 2.


I Never Finished…The Simpsons Arcade Game…Because

The Simpsons Arcade Game

This game I remember playing originally at Nathan’s Arcade Section. In my younger days, my dad would surprise me with a trip to the arcade at least once a month, twice if I was lucky, and hand me a fistful of quarters. This was like gold to me and every single time I would run to the Simpsons Arcade Game hoping that no one else was playing it. Even then I didn’t want to play with some random person. That must relate to why I don’t like playing multiplayer all that much now. Anyway, I had seen this game on PSN and was tempted because I spent so many quarters on this game but passed it up until a friend asked me to play it with her so that we both had a nostalgia moment since she also played the arcade version. Unfortunately, it ended up on this list so keep reading to find out why.

In The Simpsons Arcade Game you get to play as a member of The Simpsons family including Bart, my personal favorite, Lisa, Homer, and Marge. It’s your job to rescue Maggie who has been kidnapped by Smithers. The Simpsons just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time and while Smithers was robbing a bank, a diamond accidently ended up in Maggie’s mouth resulting in Smithers kidnapping her. The family will have to fight its way through various different levels in order to rescue Maggie and bring her home.

I really enjoyed this game, probably as much as I enjoyed it while playing the original Arcade game. It’s a fun, action packed 2D side scroller that has you beating up enemy after enemy in order to save Maggie. While on the Arcade mode, I was never able to make it to the end no matter how hard I tried, I finally made it to the end on the PSN version. I have to say it was well worth the wait that after all those years I was finally able to see the end of this game. Even though I finished it, I still never really finished it and by that I mean I never got all the trophies for this game. So like I said, a friend of mine wanted me to play with her so I did, but I ended up getting ditched and this game ended up being forgotten about as I moved on because I had no one to play with. While I did enjoy playing it, it was meant to play with someone else and when that disappeared so did my enjoyment for the game.

As you can see from the pictures above, I was able to get 5 out of the 12 trophies for this game. It’s not bad and all I really have to do is finish the game in under 30 minutes, play with all 4 characters, play with three other people, and some difficulty specific trophies. Not that many trophies and it probably could easily be accomplished in one day if I really tried.

Probability of this game getting played again…5 out of 5.

I know my backlog is huge, but I’ve been feeling a little nostalgic lately and I think it’s time to get back to this game and finally finish it because I know that I could. I also think it would be fun seeing that it’s been 5 years from when I originally downloaded it to start all over again and see how well I can actually do and if I can actually complete it to 100%.

Now it’s your turn. What did you think about this game? Did you also play the original arcade version before switching to the PSN version? Are you like me and didn’t finish this game? Maybe you’re looking for a multiplayer partner. If the servers are still active let me know and I’m willing to tag along and play a few games. Now for next week, a game that I really liked and the only thing that’s holding me back from the 100% is 4 trophies. Ugh! Anyway, next week I’ll let you know why I never finished Anomaly Warzone Earth.


I Never Finished…Retro City Rampage…Because

Retro City Rampage

I picked up this game for free during the holiday time of 2012. Still unemployed after 3 years, I was basically giving up all hope that I would ever find a job which was why I decided I would go back to school. Since it was winter break, I was trying to fit in as many games as possible because that’s what you do when you’re in your late 20’s at the time and have just re-started going to school to try to get a job. Anyway, Retro City Rampage was free and because it was the holiday time my friends were off doing what they did with their families. I never did finish this game though, keep reading to find out why.

Taking place in the great year of 1985, I say great year because it was the year I was born, you play as “The Player.” Very original. You’re a thug for hire and during a bank heist that goes wrong you find a mysterious telephone booth. This booth will fling you into the future where you’ll meet a rip off of Doc Brown who thinks that you’re a hero. You’ll have to help Doc fix his time traveling car in order to get back to 1985. This will get you in all kinds of trouble, plus it throws in a bunch of 80’s references just for good measure. So think, Back to the Future meets Grand Theft Auto.

I used to not really want to say this about games, but I’ve become more comfortable with it now especially when games are horrible so I’ll go ahead and say it. I hated this game. HATED IT. I thought it was the worst game I ever played as I couldn’t find anything that was at least redeeming about this game. I played for maybe half an hour trying to not only figure this game out but get around the city it throws you in before throwing in the towel because I just couldn’t anymore. Good thing I was still heavy into Mass Effect 3 MP at the time and I had much better things to do like work on my leaderboard standings.

As you can see from the picture above I was able to get 1 trophy out of 14. It’s the most common trophy in the game with a percentage of 96.16% of players getting this trophy and it’s the one for committing a crime and getting the police’s attention. To the 3.84% of players who did not get this trophy, how did you not get this? It’s basically the first thing you do in the game. Seriously. Anyway, all of the other trophies range from common to rare to ultra rare and are for things you have to do in the game as well as some stupid stuff thrown in there just to piss the player off.

Probability of this game getting played again…0 out of 5.

Did you read before where I said I hated this game? Yeah, that means that there is a 0% possibility that I will ever play this game again. Even if this was the last game on the face of the earth that I could play, I wouldn’t play it. That doesn’t mean that it’s currently not sitting on my system just for me to scowl at as I pass it by because it totally is.

Now it’s your turn. Were you one of the many people who were suckered into this game because it was free? Did you end up hating it like I did? Maybe you genuinely enjoyed it and thought it was a great game. Let me know your thoughts in the comments section below. Now for next week, another game during the holiday time. This was a “I’m tired of being with my family and miss hanging out with you, so can you pick up this game for us to play” type of thing. This was when I was still buying games to please other people. Looking back I just shake my head for being so…stupid. Anyway I was pretty familiar with this game because I had spent a lot of quarters playing in my younger days and thought what the hell. Unfortunately, I never finished it and next week I’ll let you know why I never finished The Simpsons Arcade Game.