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Review - Felix the Cat (Switch) | WayTooManyGames

WTMG's Leo Faria: "As good as this NES game is, there’s the issue with how little content this collection has to offer. No extras included: you have access to three games, with save states, filters, that’s basically it. They are more fun than the sheer amount of crap featured in Limited Run’s previous Jurassic Park collection, but it’s still not a lot for the pricetag. This is what makes this a tough recommendation. I was really impressed with how good Felix the Cat on NES is, and it’s now one of my favorite hidden gems on that system. It’s still a lot of money being asked for one excellent ROM, its Japanese counterpart, and a Game Boy port that’s basically a novelty item. I’d say that, if you have some cashback credits in your eShop account, Felix the Cat is really fun and worth your time. If not, maybe wait for a discount."

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Felix the Cat Review -- Gamerhub UK

Does this retro bag still have magic in it?

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Retroman22d ago

If it had remastered like Contra Operation Galuga. I would have bought it.

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Review - Felix the Cat (PlayStation 5) | GameHype

The Cat’s out of the Bag Felix the Cat is back on PlayStation with two upscaled versions of the NES and Gameboy versions of the game featuring himself as he ventures to rescue his girlfriend Kitty from the Professor. This collection of 2 games comes with a Save Game and a rewind feature. Author: Aaron Moger for Game Hype UK.

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Retroman22d ago

No one in their Right mind will buy Nes version graphics for ps5 Felix the Cat game......seriously???

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Felix the Cat review - Games Asylum

Games Asylum: "Now here’s a collection that’s equal parts fascinating and puzzling. Hudson Soft’s 8-bit Felix the Cat platformers are rarely mentioned, with the NES version being a reasonably late arrival on the system. One of the last NES games to feature on the cover of Nintendo Power, no less. The Game Boy version is expensive nowadays too, despite launching when the handheld was in its prime. As such, these are two titles that many have unlikely heard of, let alone played, making them ideal for a re-release. The fact that Konami and Limited Run had to secure the license from DreamWorks also makes this a special case, with licensed retro re-releases being on the rarer side of things. Often it’s too much hassle, or the rights have been lost to time."

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