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The LJN Defender has been sticking up for “bad” games on YouTube for about three years, and now, thanks to ROM hacker extraordinaire Pacnsacdave, he’s starring in a brand new 8 bit adventure for the Nintendo Entertainment System! After getting zapped into the TV while playing Wolverine for the NES, the LJN Defender has to make his way through the first LJN game he ever owned to return to reality. Will he be able to succeed in his quest? The LJN Defender’s fate is in your hands as you can play the game right now as a free digital download on Pacnsacdave’s website!

Here’s the page with the download link: http://pacnsacdave.weebly.com/the-ljn-defender.html

Also, for those who want a physical copy like the one I’m holding in the video, here’s the link to purchase that:

https://www.etsy.com/listing/384656004/the-ljn-defender?ref=related-0

As always, thanks for watching and I hope you enjoy the game:)

New to the series? Catch up from the very beginning with the Back To The Future for NES review by clicking this link for the chronological playlist of all the episodes
http://bit.ly/LJNPlaylist

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The LJN Defender is a series where I take on the unenviable role of sticking up for the company that has been nicknamed the “Shit Rainbow” in recent years by the AVGN and other notable critics.

LJN obtained the majority of the licenses for movie and comic properties for Nintendo consoles, such as the NES, Super Nintendo, and Game Boy. The high expectations held for video games based on beloved Marvel comics and movies lead to feelings of disappointment in kids of the ’80s and ’90s when they finally played what Beam Software, Atlus, Rare, etc. had to offer. It’s this disappointment that resulted in LJN receiving the reputation of producing crappy games to strike while the iron is hot.

This may be true, but just because a game has flaws, doesn’t mean that it can’t be fun. I grew up with these games just like many of you out there, and I enjoyed the time that I spend with them back then and to this day. That’s why I decided to create The LJN Defender. In this series, I will be voicing the opinion of the minority, those that like playing “bad” video games every now and then.

Over the course of the series, I will eventually end up covering the entire LJN catalog. Which will I be able to redeem and which are beyond redemption? Tune in to the continuing adventures of The LJN Defender to find out!

Have a retro title that you’d like to see me review or a “bad” game that you’d want to see me give a fair trial on Innocent Until Proven Guilty? Feel free to suggest one in the comments.

Also, if you want to know what video games I own, I keep track of most of my collection on Nintendo Age. Feel free to consult it when making a request:

http://nintendoage.com/index.cfm?FuseAction=Users.Games&User=CygnusDestroyer20XX

As always, thank you for watching. Your support means the world to me:)