Cornshaq Presents Play It Through Uncut – Monster Party (NES)

Never heard of this game? Not surprised, the game is essentially a cult game, and for a cult game it doesn’t have much of that necessary crowd of mass fandom. Don’t get me wrong, this game has quite a lot of fans, but in general, it is basically a forgotten gem more than it is a classic with a large, dedicated group of fans, which is a shame.

This game shines with its satire and humor; the game is absolutely ridden with it, including obscure bosses — you fight an onion ring in the game as one of the bosses, among other unique surprises. Monster Party is also pretty demented, just take a look at it! What game had this type of imagery at the time? This was way before horror became a typical video game genre. That box art alone is made of nightmares when you’re young.

Unfortunately it just didn’t catch on to many people, despite it being a solid sidescroller with some nice backgrounds, enemies, concepts and a surreal story that made it very different in a sea of Mario clones at the time.

It isn’t free of flaws, however. That maze level is one of the worst levels in video game history; Corn practiced a lot to get the proper path down, and luckily you don’t have to bare witness to the horrible background music in the level all alone. Monster Party is pretty rare to find quality videos of, so give this one a watch, you’ll impress your friends with your knowledge and experience involving this game, a game so many never have even heard of. We’ve got you covered.

2 Responses to “Cornshaq Presents Play It Through Uncut – Monster Party (NES)”

  1. That was so funny, well done.

  2. its amazing blog thanks alot my friend

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